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Justice V R Krishna Iyer is one of the most prominent judges in the Supreme Court of India and his contributions to labour jurisprudence are legendary. This book analyzes the most important judgements delivered by Justice Iyer from the perspective of social justice. Arranging the judgements contextually and in accordance with the subject and within the framework of prevailing industrial laws, the authors examine key aspects of industrial relations in India and provide a clear understanding of the linkage between labour issues and the philosophy of the Constitution as perceived by Justice Iyer.

Foreword - Justice V R Krishna Iyer Introduction Industrial Jurisprudence Threshold Part Issues under the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 Collective Bargaining Agreement Issues Maharashtra (Recognition of Trade Unions and Prevention of Unfair Labour Practices) Act, 1972 The Government's Power of Reference of Industrial Disputes Industrial Adjudication The Concept Voluntary Arbitration as a Mechanism for Dispute Settlement Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946 Change of Service Conditions Restrictions on the Freedom of the Employer Disciplinary Proceedings Lay-Off and Retrenchment Labour Employed through Middlemen Their Rights Wages and Monetary Benefits Social Security and Welfare

This book and hellip;is essentially meant for lawyers and judges dealing with labour law and hellip;the basic aim and hellip;is to impart an understanding of the very linkage between labour issues and constitutional philosophy as perceived by Justice V R Krishna Iyer. Organiser It is a must for students, trade unionists, academicians, lawyers, judges and more particularly, the judges of the Supreme Court, where we are noticing a wind of change, and to the people in public life. It will be a ready reference for further studies on any topic in industrial jurisprudence. Economic and Political Weekly Social Justice and Labour Jurisprudence is a labour of love, a paean of praise, and a faithful recording of Krishna Iyer and rsquo;s work. Its collection of interpretations and judgements, steeped in Iyer and rsquo;s egalitarianism and humanitarian philosophy, is no doubt valuable in itself. Himal South Asian
I Sharath Babu is Reader at the Post-Graduate Department of Studies in Law, Karnataka University, Dharwad. He was Fellow, Centre for Labour Studies, National Law School of India University, Bangalore from 2004 to 2006. He has a Ph.D in the area of norms related to fixation and quantification of the minimum wages for sweated labour under the Minimum Wages Act of 1948. He was appointed Chief Investigator by the Ministry of Labour, Government of Karnataka in 2004 to study the contract labour system in Karnataka, for which he submitted a comprehensive report in 2005. He prepared and presented a model for the Unorganized Sector Workers (Regulation of Employment, Welfare and Social Security) Bill, 2005 (for the Ministry of Labour, Government of India) in collaboration with the National Centre for Labour. He has published a number of research papers in various journals on the subject of minimum wages, contract labour claims and on issues pertaining to workers in the unorganised sector. Rashmi Shetty is Associate Country Director Secretariat at ActionAid India, New Delhi. She obtained a masteras degree in Law (Public Law and Policy) from the National Law School of India University, Bangalore. She worked as Visiting Faculty in the National Law School of India University, Bangalore, and taught labour laws from 2002 to 2004. She also worked as Research Officer in the Centre for Labour Studies, National Law School of India University, Bangalore from 2004 to 2005. She was a part of the study group on the Contract Labour System in Karnataka, constituted by the Ministry of Labour, Government of Karnataka.