Madras High Court rejected the argument that compensation has been already paid to the petitioner, thus the question of providing employment to the surviving daughter will not arise, as the petitioner is relying upon the provision of a Special Act.
HIV/AIDS patients have a right of equal treatment everywhere and they cannot be denied job opportunity or discriminated against in employment matters.
Supreme Court held that the Punjab and Haryana High Court was not right in setting aside the judgment of the First Appellate Court and restoring the judgment of the Trial Court, granting the respondent compassionate appointment in Bank of Baroda.
Madras High Court said that whether it is contractual employment, temporary engagements or otherwise, the procedure to be adopted by Banks must be transparent and in compliance with the mandates of the Constitution.
Given the existence of the unambiguous provision, Supreme Court held that the services rendered by primary teachers while in the service of the Zilla Parishad deserves to be counted towards their seniority after the transfer and merger of their services into the Pune Municipal Corporation
The Delhi High Court held that the engagement of BSNL VRS-2019 retirees in any Central Public Sector Enterprises/Government department on contractual/consultancy basis, for which the retired employees on superannuation in due course were eligible for consideration, was not in violation of Clause 8 (iii) of BSNL Voluntary Retirement Scheme-2019.
Whether or not an employee should be permitted to retire in accordance with the Scheme in the event that the Scheme itself provides for retirement to become effective upon completion of the notice period. The VRS that was implemented by the Department is, in essence, an expression of the Department’s aim to prune the overstaffed positions.
Gender diverse persons continue to face barriers in accessing equal employment opportunities, especially in the formal sector, due to the operation of gender stereotypes.
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