THE TRADE UNIONS ACT, ACT NO. 16 OF *1. [25th March, ] An Act to provide for the registration of Trade Unions and in certain respects to. Name: Trade Unions Act (No. Adopted on: Ministry of Labour and Employment, India PDF of Act with amendments up to Act 51 of . It is hereby enacted as follows: CHAPTER I - PRELIMINARY. 1. Short title, extent and commencement (1) This Act may be called the Trade Unions Act,
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THE TRADE UNION ACT. 1. This Act may be cited as the Trade Union Act. 2. In this Act-. Cap. Law. 55 of 22 of ,. 1 of 1 st Sch. June , by Act. 3 of the Indian Trade-Unions Act (38 of ) the word ‗ Indian' has been omitted and now it stands The Trade-Union Act Trade union act, 1. (University Of Mumbai) (Borivali education Society'S) M. P. V. VALIA COLLEGE OF COMMERCE Sy baf ; 2.
Rival unions sometimes obstructing the normal conduct of trade union activities on different appeals. Inter-Union Rivalry A union does oppose a strike by a rival on various grounds — strike being unnecessary, uncalled for, against the interest of the workers and being anti-national. Such conditions are created where an anti-union employer gets a chance to paint he trade union in the darkest colours and to play one against the other.
The policy of divide and rule becomes convenient to him. He partly settle one and push the other. In regard to Union Rivalries, the National Commission on Labour recommended the following which, in its opinion, would reduce inter-union rivalries: Building of internal leadership within the unions in order to eliminate party politics and outsiders.
Improving the system of union recognition. Encouraging union security 5.
Empowering the Labour Courts to settle Inter- union disputes, if the concerned central organization is unable to resolve these. Problems of Leadership After independence, every political party have patronized a particular union and provided it much desired support. It is painful that even today most Indian Trade Unions are in the clutches of outside leaders. These leaders of trade union are persons who are professional leaders such as Politicians, Lawyers, Social Workers, Doctors and the like.
These leaders are totally strangers for the workers and their trade unions. Problems of Leadership In their whole life-time, they neither meet the rank and file nor visit the workplaces and as such have not even slightest idea of their real problems. There are notable reasons for the growth of outside leadership. Problems of Leadership - The illiterate and narrow-visioned of rank and file workers are not matched with the professional and diplomatic managerial leaders.
Hence, they invariably fail to discuss the various issues on the bargaining table at the same wavelength with managers.
This generates a feeling of helplessness and hopelessness among them. Hence, they are compelled to search for more effective and dynamic persons to give tough fight to the management, thus automatically paves the way for entry of outside leaders in the union. Problems of Leadership - The managerial hierarchy is dominated by the upper strata of society which have both the power and resources; whereas workers hail from lower classes.
The very social status difference coupled with illiteracy creates a psychological block among them which in turn restrain their free interaction among them, that becomes more crucial when important issues are to be discussed. So the trade unions to work out their problems with management often seek outside leaders. Problems of Leadership - The resource-ridden union often search for resourceful persons who can lead and guide them. These outsiders leaders not only help the unions to fight for their cause but also prevent the workers from cruelty of management.
The vaccum thus created is invariably filled by the outside leaders who render free services to union. Problems of Leadership The outside leaders largely look after the affairs of so many unions of different plants at a time. Under these circumstances, they fail to pay attention to the problems of even one union properly. Further, they do not have any contact with the rank and file union.
As a result, outside leaders fail to project the problems of the union before management or government. They are using tactics for getting the necessary favour for those unions in which they are interested. The National Commission on Labour gave a good deal of thought to the issue whether outside leadership should be retained.
It makes the following recommendations to deal with the problem of outside leadership. This will enable them to participate in decision making and managing the union affairs effectively. Download file.
Trade Unions Act,1926: Bare Act
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Need an account? Proportion of office-bearers to be connected with the industry.
Amalgamation of Trade Unions. Notice of change of name or amalgamation.
Effects of change of name and of amalgamation. The statement shall be prepared in such form and shall comprise such particulars as may be prescribed. Power of Industrial Court to decide certain disputes.
Trade Union Act 1926 Current Affairs - 2019
Maintenance of list of approved unions. Certain unions deemed to be approved unions. Application for and entry in the approved list. Conditions of entry in the approved list. Approved union to continue to be so far altered local area for sometime. Removal from approved list. Rights of officer of approved unions. Other powers of Registrar. Dispute as to officer of registered Trade Union.
The decision of the Industrial Court shall be final and shall not be called in question in any court of law. Appointment of Registrars. Mode of registration. Application for registration. Provisions to be contained in the rules of a Trade Union.
Power to call for further particulars and to require alteration of name. Certificate of registration. Cancellation of registration. Registered office.
Trade Unions Act, 1926
Notice of any change in the address of the head office shall be given within fourteen days of such change to the Registrar in writing, and the changed address shall be recorded in the register referred to in section 8. Incorporation of registered Trade Unions.Cancellation of registration [sec. Protection of action under the Act. The decision of the Industrial Court in such appeal shall be final.
Are you sure you want to Yes No. A notice of amalgamation signed by the secretary and at least 7 members of each amalgamating union, should be sent to the registrar, and the amalgamation shall be in operation after the Registrar registers the notice. Notice of change in the officers of the trade union.