Details on Works Committee Procedure of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

According to the Industrial Disputes Act of India, every employer should form a works committee if they have more than 100 employees in the organization. The committee has an equal number of workmen (employees) and individuals representing employers and aims to reduce the material differences between both parties.

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        Rishabh Ranjan

        Hi Jayabal,

        in India, there is no statutory requirement to have a workers’ representative on the board of an Indian company, although some government-owned companies have workers’ representatives on their board of directors.

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