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guide for employers and employees to West Pakistan industrial disputes ordinance, 1968

M. A. Shahani

guide for employers and employees to West Pakistan industrial disputes ordinance, 1968

[as amended up to 30-9-1968] with commentaries

by M. A. Shahani

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Published by Karachi Labour Publications in Karachi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • West Pakistan.
    • Subjects:
    • Labor disputes -- West Pakistan.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby M. A. Shahani. Foreword by Ghulam Hyder K. S. Pir.
      ContributionsWest Pakistan.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 131 p.
      Number of Pages131
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4392839M
      LC Control Number78930068

      If dispute settlement proceedings before the Conciliator fail and no settlement is reached, and if the parties have not agreed to refer their dispute to an arbitrator, the workers retain the right under section 31 of the Industrial Relations Ordinance , to go on strike providing due notice to their employer within seven days, and the. Corporation(s)-see West Pakistan Industrial Development Corporation (Transfer of Projects and Companies) Act, XXVIII. Corporation(s) West Pakistan Small Industries Corporation (Dissolution) Act, III. Corporation employees (Special Powers) Ordinance, XIII. Corps-see Frontier Corps Ordinance, XXVI. Strikes and dispute settlement. Contemporary wage theories. Grievances and arbitration. Emerging issues in benefits. Factors affecting wage determination. Impact of collective bargaining on the economy. The report should follow the following format: Title page. Acknowledgements. An abstract (one page summary of the paper) Table of contents.


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guide for employers and employees to West Pakistan industrial disputes ordinance, 1968 by M. A. Shahani Download PDF EPUB FB2

ORDERS) ORDINANCE, (W.P. Ordinance VI of ) [8 March ] An Ordinance to amend and consolidate the law relating to industrial employment in the Province of West Pakistan. Preamble.– WHEREAS it is expedient to amend and consolidate the law relating to industrial employment in the Province of West Pakistan;File Size: KB.

(1) This Ordinance may be called 2[xx] Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance, (2) It extends to the whole of the 3[Pakistan] (3) It shall come into force at once.

(4) It applies to— 4[(a) every industrial establishment or Commercial establishment wherein twenty orFile Size: KB. The West Pakistan Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance, provides a list of acts and omissions, which, if committed by an employee, amount to misconduct and can be cause for dismissal.

employer, but in essence it represented the differences between the employers and the employees as groups or even between different employee groups. he next legislation came in the form of the West Pakistan Industrial Disputes Ordinance ofwhich repealed, in its application to West Pakistan, the Industrial Disputes Ordinance, of Updated: Thursday Janu / AlKhamis Muhar / Bruhaspathivara Paat PM Course Contents: 1.

The West Pakistan Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance, Book Recommended: 1. Labour Code of Pakistan by M. Shafi and P. Shafi. Charge Sheet on the base of “Misconduct: Following the Charge Sheet on the base of.

[1] This Ordinance was promulgated by the Governor of West Pakistan on 8th March, ; approved by the Provincial Assembly of West Pakistan, with amendments, on 8th May,under clause (3) of Article 79 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan (); assented to by 1968 book Governor of West Pakistan on 18th May, ; and, published in the West Pakistan Gazette (Extraordinary.

The West Pakistan Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance The West Pakistan Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance (the “Standing Orders”) applies to all industrial and commercial establishments in Pakistan wherein twenty or more workmen are employed, directly or through any other person, whether on behalf of himself or another.

West Pakistan Industrial & Commercial Employment (S.O.) Ordinance, Provides the framework and guidelines for the service rules of industrial and commercial workforce Punjab Fair Price Shops Ordinance, Provides criteria for the establishment of fair price shops at industrial units where or more workers are employed.

THE GAZETTE OF PAKISTAN, EXTRA., J [PART I Number year the S No. VI 6 No. or Ordinance No. XI of Short title The West Pakistan Indus- trial and Commercial Em.

(Standing Orders)The ProrlLs (W Participation) Act. Workers' Chlldrcn (Educatm) Ordinance. (1) In the Schedule. in Standlng in clause for. Employers may now force them to work two shifts at a time, up to 10pm. A new category of ‘contract worker’ has been added to the Standing Orders Ordinance.

These workers will not be entitled. The application, brief of benefits extended to the workmen and the obligations on the employer under these laws are explained here-under: Comprehensive List of Labour Laws. Employees’ Old Age Benefits Act, Provincial Employees’ Social Security Ordinance, The Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance,   Through the Finance Act of various provisions of the Workmen Compensation Act,the West Pakistan Industrial and Commercial Employees (Standing Orders) Ordinance,the Companies’ Profit Workers’ Participation Act,the Minimum Wages for Unskilled Workers Ordinance, and the Act of were amended through the.

The Provincial Employees Social Security Ordinance, (including its Provincial variants) is applicable to the permanent, daily wages, contract and even contractor employees of industrial, commercial and other establishments employing 5 or more workers whose wages are up to (limit raised to in Punjab); however an.

meaning of the Pakistan Penal Code, (XLV of ). Penalties and procedure(1) An employer, who modifies the Standing Orders as applicable to his industrial establishment or commercial establishment, otherwise than in accordance with section 3, shall be punishable with fine which.

Republic of Pakistan,in the application of the West Pakistan Land Revenue Rules,to the Province of the Punjab, the words “West Pakistan” are to be construed as “Punjab”. ** By the Punjab Laws (Adaptation) Order, (Pb. A.O. 1 of ), the words “West Pakistan” occurring in the long title.

recommendations for the amendments in the West Pakistan Industrial & Commercial Employment (Standing Order) Ordinance, Comparative table is as under EXISTING PROVISION. (1) (2) (3) The services of a workman shall not be terminated, nor shall a workman be removed, retrenched, discharged or dismissed from service, except by an order in.

Through the Finance Act ofvarious provisions of the Workmen Compensation Actthe West Pakistan Industrial and Commercial Employees (Standing Orders) Ordinancethe Companies’ Profit Workers’ Participation Actthe Minimum Wages for Unskilled Workers Ordinance and the Act of were amended to broaden the scope.

West Pakistan Shops and Establishment Ordinance This act provides for the wages, leaves, holidays, working hours, overtime, and maintenance leave for employees.

it applied to all shops and establishments. Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance This Act held the field till the promulgation of the Industrial Dispute Ordinance (IDO) enforced by the first martial law regime.

The next piece of legislation was the West Pakistan Industrial Disputes Ordinance that repealed the IDO. The said legislation was replaced within a short time by the Industrial Relations Ordinance (IRO. Updated: Thursday Janu / AlKhamis Muhar / Bruhaspathivara Paat PM Course Contents: 1.

The Industrial Relations Ordinance, (as amended upto date). Book Recommended: 1. Labour Code of Pakistan by Muhammad Shafi and Pervez Shafi.

Before the enactment of this law there were already laws available regarding the regularization of trade unions.

THE WEST PAKISTAN SHOPS AND ESTABLISHMENTS ORDINANCE, (WEST PAKISTAN ORDINANCE OF ) [3rd July, ] AN ORDINANCE to amend and consolidate the law relating to the hours and other conditions of work and employment of persons employed in shops and commercial industrial and other establishments in West Pakistan and matters.

West Pakistan Maternity Benefits Ordinance, The law is applicable to women workers employed in an establishment i.e. an organization whether industrial, commercial or otherwise. This law requires an establishment to grant maternity benefits to women workers.

The main statute governing termination of employment in Pakistan is Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders), Other relevant legislation in the field includes Industrial Relations Act,Provincial Industrial Relations Acts, and Shops and Establishments Ordinance, Here is the list of relevant legislation.

included the unfair labor practices, both on the part of Employers and Employees. The Industrial Disputes Act was replaced with Industrial Disputes Ordinance by a military ruler, Ayub Khan. The legislation withdrew the right of strike in an indirect manner.

The workers could not go on a strike without giving due notice to the. West Pakistan Shops and Establishments Ordinance, 3. West Pakistan Shops and Establishments Rules, **** SOCIAL SECURITY LEGISLATION **** 1.

Sindh Employees` Social Security Act 1a. Provincial Employees` Social Security (PESS) Ordinance, 2. PESS (Contribution) Rules, 3. PESS (Contributions) Regulations, 4.

the definition of employer who is employed in an establishment or industry for remuneration or reward either directly or through a contractor, whether the terms of employment be express or implied, and for the purpose of any proceeding under this Ordinance in relation to an industrial dispute includes.

• Employee’s Cost of Living (Relief) Act, • West Pakistan Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Order) Ordinance, • West Pakistan Maternity Benefit Ordinance, • West Pakistan Maternity Benefit Rules, • Minimum Wages for Unskilled Workers Ordinance, • Minimum Wages Ordinance, West Pakistan industrial & commercial employment (standing orders) ordinance, with commentary This edition published in by Bureau of Labour Publications in Karachi.

West Pakistan Maternity Benefit Ordinance, The West Pakistan Maternity Ordinance, (the “Ordinance”) is applicable on all establishments whether industrial, commercial or otherwise.

Every woman employed in an establishment is entitled to a maximum of twelve weeks of maternity leave which shall be fully paid by the employer. 33[A. Raising of industrial dispute by federation: 34[(1) Notwithstanding anything contained in this Ordinance, a federation of industry-wise trade unions or federation at the national level may, if it is a collective bargaining agent raise an industrial dispute affecting all employers or workers of the establishments represented by that.

The Railways (Transport of Goods) (West Pakistan Amendment) Ordinance, (Last updated on ) IV: The Industrial Dispute (West Pakistan Amendment) Ordinance, (Last updated on ) V: The Provincial Industrial Development Corporation (West Pakistan Amendment) Act, (Last updated on The provisions of secti 15, 16 and 17 shall not apply in relation to employees employed in commercial establishments as defined in clause (b) of section 2 of the West Pakistan Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance, (West Pakistan Ordinance VI of ).

Termination of employment.—. employer is required to get all his permanent workmen employed by him insured against natural death and disability /injury. industrial relations ordinance formation of trade unions of workmen legal rights and obligations of the trade unions procedure for raising industrial disputes and settlement workman defined under i.r.o/ira Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance, This statute provides several rights and benefits to the working class.

Section 2(i) of the Ordinance defines a workman as ‘any person employed in any industrial or commercial establishment to do any skilled or unskilled, manual or clerical work for hire or reward. trade unionism to help form industrial union feder-ations, at national level to deal with victimisation cases and unfair labour practices.

These measures were largely implemented through amendments to the IRO, the West Pakistan ICEO, the Enactment of Workers’ Children Education Ordinancethe Employees Old-Age Benefits Actand. Other labor-related laws and regulations include "The West Pakistan Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance, " applicable to 20 or more establishments, "Industrial Relations Act, "EmployeesCostofLiving (Relief) Act, " stipulating the payment of living expenses, and other laws concerning payment of wages.

If dispute settlement proceedings before the Conciliator fail and no settlement is reached, and if the parties have not agreed to refer their dispute to an arbitrator, the workers retain the right under section 31 of the Industrial Relations Ordinanceto go on strike providing due notice to their employer within seven days, and the.

For instance, if the West Pakistan Shops and Establishments Ordinance (Shops and Establishments Ordinance) applies, a permanent employee cannot be terminated at will, and for termination a month's notice or payment in lieu of this notice has to be given to the employee.

The provisions of secti 15, 16 and 17 shall not apply in relation to employees employed in commercial establishments as defined in clause (b) of section 2 of the West Pakistan Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance, (West Pakistan Ordinance VI of ).

An ordinance was enacted in regarding the relationship between employee and employer as well as employment contract. This ordinance was named Industrial and Commercial Employment which applies to all commercial and industrial establishments around the country. Group Members: Mr.

Mohsin Malik Mr. Nasrullah Miss. Sana Miss. Wajia Presentation Topic: Industrial Relations system in Pakistan Introduction: The industrial relations system refers to a regulatory framework and a mechanism that governs workplace relations.

It is defined as “the interaction between employers and employees or their representatives and the mechanism by which the standards and.Payment of wages act, and West Pakistan industrial and commercial employment (standing orders) ordinance.

applicable to all contractors. Providing funds for workers’ housing under the workers’ welfare fund ordinance, Free education up to matriculation for one child per-worker by the employer.Statutory rights under the provisions of West Pakistan Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance, and West Pakistan Shop and Establishment Ordinance and Rules regarding working terms, holidays, attendance, leave, group insurance, bonus, stoppage of work, dismissal and termination of employment, redundancy and.