The standing orders given by the government does not provide power to terminate employees under the reasons that the employee is a supervisor or citing performance issues through appraisal. In Karnataka, the IT Sector got an exemption from this standing order. This exemption was obtained in the year 2014 and was valid till 2019 and recently the Karnataka Government has extended this exemption for another five years till 2024. This is the main difference we see between two different verdicts on this issue.
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Imagine a situation where this proposal is finalized and in such scenario, it requires 20000 employees to form a union. This proposal will bury all possibilities of forming union in IT sector. This is not only applicable for IT sector but for all other giant corporates. The intention of this change, which is very clear, is to stop registering labour unions in any of the new companies.
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The central government is converting labour laws into codes. Violation of a code will not be punishable as in the case of law. If violation does not attract punishment, imagine how corporates will behave. With their corporate power, they are violating law itself. If we talk about code, they will bury the rights of employees once for all
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There is a famous comedy in a Tamil Movie, by actor Vivek, involving a scoundrel named Minor Kunju who raped a girl in a village. Despite the affected girl’s complaint in the village panchayat, the panchayat would let the accused off and order the scoundrel to pay certain amount of money to village temple as …
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we had a tough but interesting year of 2018. We know that this is just a start but definitely we foresee this is a good start. We are sure our union will grow faster in this year 2019 and definitely corporates by their action will make more and more IT employees to realise the need for unionization.
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