Labour Law

The Invisible Workforce: Navigating the Legal and Ethical Challenges of Ghost Work in India

I Introduction The gig economy’s fast expansion has resulted in the rise of new types of employment, such as “ghost work,” which refers to the practice of outsourcing work to anonymous, often invisible employees via online platforms. In India, where the gig economy is growing, ghost employment is becoming more common, and businesses are exploiting technology …

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Analyzing ‘Quiet quitting’ and ‘Moonlighting’ in light of labor laws in India

Quiet quitting is basically wherein the employee performs the bare minimum of the task specifically assigned and later shrugs off responsibilities beyond that. The concept of great resignation gained momentum in the year 2021, and as the job markets started opening globally, ever since then, the buzz phrase at workplaces is now being replaced with …

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Laying-off Employees – Governance Under The Indian Law

ABSTRACT Lay-off under Indian law can be understood as a temporary suspension of an employee whose name has been registered in the muster roll of his industrial establishment and who has not been retrenched due to lack of coal, power, or raw materials, the accumulation of stocks, the breakdown of machinery, a natural disaster, or …

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