Tag Archives: Labour Law

Legal Claims on Work-related Injuries


Guest Post by: Eric Tress Eric@TheRosenfeldFoundation.com

Getting injured at work is never a welcome occurrence. It may cause you to miss work for days or even weeks as you recuperate. If the injury is severe, it could put you out of work altogether. 

As if the hospital bills and possible loss of wages are not enough, work-related injuries can also trigger a lot of emotional and mental distress. There is a small consolation in knowing that workers compensation exists to alleviate such stress.

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(UN)HAPPY MAY DAY


International Workers Day is just another holiday for socialist and bad memories for capitalists; no care for labours – labour of unorganised sector which constitute majority of Indian Labour.

Unorganised labour and stray dogs are comparable – they should job (bark) when work – pressure come (thief) come and get some stale food thrown to them. They have no owner, brand, organisation, identity, address, region, religion, caste, or life. They are not stakeholders for corporate governance events and not responsibility for responsible business

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