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Payment Of Gratuity: Employer Has A Right To Withhold Gratuity During Pendency Of The Disciplinary Proceedings

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA A. Conduct, Discipline and Appeal Rules, 1978 – Rule 34.3 – Payment of gratuity – Employer has a right to withhold gratuity during pendency of the disciplinary proceedings. (Para 28) B. Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 – Section 4(6) – Conduct, Discipline and Appeal Rules, 1978 – Rules 27, 34.2 and …

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Gratuity Payable On Resignation From Employment After 5 Years Of Continuous Service: supreme court

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Intemperate language no offence under sexual harassment act: Madras HC

The Madras High Court has observed a solitary allegation of intemperate language against a woman employee does not constitute an offence under the law on sexual harassment at workplace and the act cannot be allowed to be misused with exaggerated or non-existent charges. Granting relief to a senior central government official who was accused of …

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Employees’ contribution to EPF and ESIC deposited beyond the due date prescribed under section 36(1)(va) would not be eligible for deduction even if deposited before the due date of filing the return of income tax under section 139(1): Madras High Court

Employees‘ contribution to EPF and ESIC deposited beyond the due date prescribed under section 36(1)(va) would not be eligible for deduction even if deposited before the due date of filing the return of income tax under section 139(1): Madras High Court short overview: Employees’ contribution to EPF and ESIC deposited beyond the due date prescribed under section 36(1)(va) would not be eligible for deduction even if deposited before the due date of filing the return of income tax under section 139(1). Therefore appeal of Revenue was allowed. Issue arose under consideration as to …

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