Labour & Employment Law

  1. Labour cases, Central Govt. & State Government Employees issues
  2. Labour law has traditionally encompassed the relationships among unions, employers, and employees.
  3. Labour laws grant employees in certain sectors the right to unionize and allow employers and employees to engage in certain workplace-related activities.
  4. For example: strike sand lockouts, in order to further their demands for changes in the employer-employee relationship.
  5. Employment law is defined more broadly as the negotiated relationships between employers and employees. Although employment lawyers deal with many of the same parties as labor lawyers (i.e., workers and companies), they conventionally address issues that fall outside the framework of union-management relations and collective bargaining.
  6. As a result, the extent to which statutes or regulations concern to unions and union-workers usually determines whether or not they are regarded as components of “labor law” or “employment law.”