Retrenchment in Labour Law - An Analysis

Continuous Service under the Industrial Dispute Act, 1947 – Labour Law

Retrenchment in Labour Law - An Analysis

Definition under Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

As per Section 25B of the Industrial Disputes Act of 1947, a workman is said to render continuous service, if he has worked continuously for at least one year without any interruption. Thereby, he shall be eligible for compensation. Importantly, such interruption should not be affected by reasons such as an accident, legal strikes, authorized leave, sickness and termination of work due to the fault of the employer.

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