Aug 08,2020 | 05 min read

Illegal Termination of An Employee During Covid-19 By Kishan Dutt, Retired Judge

COVID19 has led to instances where employees have had to quit their jobs illegally without being offered plausible reasons for the same by companies and institutions. These illegal terminations have taken place all over the country with the poor performance of the employees being cited as a possible reason but this far from true. At the same time, when the guarantee of employment could well be linked to the stability of the nation during a worldwide pandemic, lay-offs of such a massive scale can push the limits of the people to a great extent. Payment of wages continues to be an issue of grave concern for employees across the spectrum as well during these uncertain times. This article gives an insight into this existing imbroglio that has engulfed the different sectors of the economy <<Read More>>

Due Process in Terminating an Employee in India - India Briefing News


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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


KISHAN DUTT RETD JUDGE

About Advocate Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retd Judge 20 years service as Judge in different capacities. Read and prepared Head Notes for more than 10,000 judgments of different High Courts and Supreme Court. Head Notes published by various Law Publishers. Now preparing Head notes for www.scconline.com. Worked in different capacities and dealt with several categories of cases. Having practical knowledge of law in practice and drafting and counselling.

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