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Thoroughly revised 2018 edition, is highly useful for its application-oriented approach to effective management. It contains over 100 ready drafts of appointment letters of various categories, agreements for outsourcing of activities like canteen, security, house keeping, annual maintenance etc. show-cause notices, holding of enquiries, letters/notices of dismissal, discharge and retrenchment etc. It facilitates to take out ready draft for charge-sheets, warnings for various misconducts, notices, office orders etc. etc.  Devised by an experienced lawyer (over 50 years) and senior labour law consultant, this HRD Referencer with Ready Drafted Employment related specimen drafts for every day use will not only save time but consultancy cost also.

The important labour enactments like Contract Labour (R&A) Act, Industrial Disputes Act, Payment of Gratuity Act, Bonus Act, Employees’ Compensation Act, Payment of Wages Act, Employees’ Provident Funds & Miscellaneous Provisions Act, Employees’ State Insurance Act and Factories Act etc. have been summarised to serve as ready-reckoner to know the implications at a glance. It is acknowledged as an essential management tool for any HRD executive or Director of any Company of any size since it provides excellent administrative insight.



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There may be instances when you need to have extra copies of this unique resource of information.  Hence we have made the HRD & LABOUR LAW REFERENCER available for purchase separately.  Book your copy online, today!  Stock is limited, hence will be available on first-come-first-served basis.


This REFERENCER provides standard letter and documents which will help business of all types and sizes to handle industrial relations successfully. It addresses awkward situations that can arise and answers employers’ questions such as :

  • What should be the contents of Appointment Letters to different categories?
  • If business is bad, can an employer retrench the surplus staff?
  • How should an employer deal with employees absent from work or late comers?
  • What should be the language of letter of warning for various derelictions?
  • What precautions are necessary for drafting agreements with independent contractors?
  • Which are the essential particulars for a charge-sheet so that it is not rendered vague? etc. etc.

All major areas of the employment relationship are covered like draft of notice, office orders, policy for sexual harassment, etc.  All important labour enactments like Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition), Employees’ Provident Funds & Miscellaneous Provisions, ESI, Gratuity, Bonus, Industrial Disputes, Sexual Harassment of women at Workplace (PP&R) Acts, etc. are summarized so that one could see the salient features at a glance.