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Certified Labour Law Analyst

VS-1157
Certified Labour Law Analyst
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Certification Code Certification Code Certification Code Certification Code VS-1157
Vskills certification for Labour Law Analyst assesses the candidate as per the companys
need for compliance to labour laws and assistance in labour cases !he certification tests
the candidates on "arious areas in industrial relations basics# trade unions# employers
federation# collecti"e bar$ainin$# employee $rie"ances# discipline# industrial conflict# %L&#
labour welfare and social security

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!his Course is intended for professionals and $raduates wantin$ to e)cel in their chosen
areas %t is also well suited for those who are already workin$ and would like to take
certification for further career pro$ression

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competiti"e ,ob market# broaden their employment opportunities by displayin$ their
ad"anced skills# and result in hi$her earnin$ potential

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-ob seekers lookin$ to find employment in le$al or human resources departments of
"arious companies# students $enerally wantin$ to impro"e their skill set and make their CV
stron$er and e)istin$ employees lookin$ for a better role can pro"e their employers the
"alue of their skills throu$h this certification
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!able of Contents !able of Contents !able of Contents !able of Contents

1 1 1 1 %ndian %ndustrial ;elations %ndian %ndustrial ;elations %ndian %ndustrial ;elations %ndian %ndustrial ;elations
1.1 Industrial Relations in the Post- Independence Period
1.2 Problems of Trade Unionism in India
1.3 Labour Legislation
1.4 Workers Participation
1.5 Future of Industrial Relations in India

6 6 6 6 %ndustrial ;elations %ndustrial ;elations %ndustrial ;elations %ndustrial ;elations
2.1 Actors in Industrial Relations
2.2 Theories in Industrial Relations
2.3 Key Concepts in Industrial Relations
2.4 Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations

< < < < !he %ndian %ndustrial 'orker !he %ndian %ndustrial 'orker !he %ndian %ndustrial 'orker !he %ndian %ndustrial 'orker
3.1 Background
3.2 Education, Skill and Adjustments
3.3 Absenteeism
3.4 Aspirations
3.5 The Influence of Trade Unions
3.6 Profile of the New Worker

? ? ? ? !rade @nions !rade @nions !rade @nions !rade @nions
4.1 Historical Evolution of Trade Unions in India
4.2 White-Collar Unions
4.3 Agricultural Labour
4.4 Unionisation
4.5 National Level Federations
4.6 Local Units
4.7 Growth of Trade Unions
4.8 Recognition of a Union
4.9 The Trade Union (Amendment) Act,2001

5 5 5 5 *mployers :ederation *mployers :ederation *mployers :ederation *mployers :ederation
5.1 Legal Forms of Organisation

0 0 0 0 'a$es and %ndustrial ;elations 'a$es and %ndustrial ;elations 'a$es and %ndustrial ;elations 'a$es and %ndustrial ;elations
6.1 Legal Framework for Wage Payments in India

7 7 7 7 Collecti"e Aar$ainin$ Collecti"e Aar$ainin$ Collecti"e Aar$ainin$ Collecti"e Aar$ainin$
7.1 The Concept
7.2 Collective Bargaining Process
7.3 Trends and Conclusions
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B B B B *mployee Crie"ances *mployee Crie"ances *mployee Crie"ances *mployee Crie"ances
8.1 Approaches to the Grievance Machinery
8.2 The Grievance Procedure
8.3 Grievance and Industrial Relations

D D D D .iscipline .iscipline .iscipline .iscipline
9.1 Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946

11 11 11 11 %ndustrial Conflict %ndustrial Conflict %ndustrial Conflict %ndustrial Conflict
10.1 Nature of Conflict and its Manifestations
10.2 Statutory and Non-Statutory Measures
10.3 Other Statutory Measures
10.4 Methodology and Findings

11 11 11 11 Labour 'elfare and Social Security Labour 'elfare and Social Security Labour 'elfare and Social Security Labour 'elfare and Social Security
11.1 Labour Welfare
11.2 Evolution of Social Security Measures
11.3 Formation of ILO
11.4 Labour Welfare and Social Security: Some Concerns and Issues
11.5 Problems of Enforcement

16 16 16 16 'orkers 5articipation in 4ana$ement 'orkers 5articipation in 4ana$ement 'orkers 5articipation in 4ana$ement 'orkers 5articipation in 4ana$ement
12.1 The Participation of Workers in Management Bill, 1990
12.2 West Germany and Yugoslavia Experience

1< 1< 1< 1< Central Aoard of 'orkers *ducation Scheme Central Aoard of 'orkers *ducation Scheme Central Aoard of 'orkers *ducation Scheme Central Aoard of 'orkers *ducation Scheme
13.1 Rationale
13.2 Workers Education Scheme in India
13.3 The Scheme

1? 1? 1? 1? !echnolo$y and %ndustrial ;elations !echnolo$y and %ndustrial ;elations !echnolo$y and %ndustrial ;elations !echnolo$y and %ndustrial ;elations
14.1 Concept of Technological Change
14.2 Impact of Technological Change
14.3 Appropriate Technology
14.4 IT and ITeS

15 15 15 15 %ndia and the %L& %ndia and the %L& %ndia and the %L& %ndia and the %L&
15.1 Ratification Procedures of ILO Standards
15.2 ILO Recommendations and Indias Ratification

10 10 10 10 'orker .e"elopment 'orker .e"elopment 'orker .e"elopment 'orker .e"elopment
16.1 Strategic Industrial Relations



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Sample Euestions Sample Euestions Sample Euestions Sample Euestions
1 1 1 1 A labor arbitrator+s award may be o"erturned by a court if/ A labor arbitrator+s award may be o"erturned by a court if/ A labor arbitrator+s award may be o"erturned by a court if/ A labor arbitrator+s award may be o"erturned by a court if/
A %t does not draw its essence from the collecti"e bar$ainin$ a$reement
A %t contains factual and le$al errors
C %t reinstates a recidi"ist dru$ abusin$ employee
. !he arbitrator credits the testimony of a known per,urer

6 66 6 %t discriminates in its bar$ainin$ position between certain identified $roups of %t discriminates in its bar$ainin$ position between certain identified $roups of %t discriminates in its bar$ainin$ position between certain identified $roups of %t discriminates in its bar$ainin$ position between certain identified $roups of
employees it represents employees it represents employees it represents employees it represents
A %t discriminates in its bar$ainin$ position between certain identified $roups of employees
it represents
A %t refuses to arbitrate a $rie"ance brou$ht by a represented employee because it has
concluded it cannot win
C %t refuses to in"esti$ate a $rie"ance because the $rie"ant has not yet be$un payin$ dues to
the union
. %t settles a dischar$e $rie"ance for reinstatement but only partial back pay

< << < %f %f %f %f w ww worker refuses to attend the meetin$ Fe is orker refuses to attend the meetin$ Fe is orker refuses to attend the meetin$ Fe is orker refuses to attend the meetin$ Fe is
A protected by Section B7a9 719
A protected by Section B7a97<9
C not protected by the 2L;A
. permitted to e)press disa$reement with employer+s "iew under Section B7c9

? ?? ? !he 2ational Labor ;elations Act was ori$inally passed by Con$ress !he 2ational Labor ;elations Act was ori$inally passed by Con$ress !he 2ational Labor ;elations Act was ori$inally passed by Con$ress !he 2ational Labor ;elations Act was ori$inally passed by Con$ress
A !o help create ,obs followin$ the return of soldiers after 'orld 'ar %%
A %n reaction to the loss of ,obs as a result of the Creat .epression of 1D6D
C !o assist unions in their ability to or$ani>e workers
. !o punish lar$e corporations for their support of the ;epublicans
5 55 5 'hich 'hich 'hich 'hich is is is is unlawful for the employer to do unlawful for the employer to do unlawful for the employer to do unlawful for the employer to do# if t # if t # if t # if the ni$ht he ni$ht he ni$ht he ni$ht shift employees ha"e all shift employees ha"e all shift employees ha"e all shift employees ha"e all
si$ned a petition sayin$ they are not satisfied with union si$ned a petition sayin$ they are not satisfied with union si$ned a petition sayin$ they are not satisfied with union si$ned a petition sayin$ they are not satisfied with union leadership leadership leadership leadership to mana$ement( to mana$ement( to mana$ement( to mana$ement(
A ;efer the employees to the 2L;A for ad"ice
A ;efer the employees to the bar association of its state for ad"ice
C !ake a poll of the employees by a show of hands as to which employees wish to ha"e
the union represents them
. ;efer the employees to their union


Answers: 1 (A), 2 (C), 3 (C), 4 (C), 5 (C)