Rules and Procedure of Quasi-judicial Function Domestic Enquiry

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The current book on Domestic Enquiry covers, defines and describes all relevant topics in required detail. Case Laws have been mentioned selectively to emphasize the points wherever required. Specimen copies of  Delegation of Authority, Charge-sheet, Dismissal and Discharge Letters etc. have also been given. The book will be of good use to Managers, Administrators, Legal Professionals & Management Students specializing in Human Resources and Personnel & Industrial Relations.DOMESTICS ENQUIRY : A QUASI-JUDICIAL FUNCTIONTHEORIES OF NATURAL JUSTICE (JUS NATURALE)IMPORTANT TERMS RELATED TO DOMESTIC ENQUIRYROLE OF ENQUIRY OFFICER, PRESENTING OFFICER AND PUNISHING AUTHORITYEVIDENCES AND WITNESSES IN DOMESTIC ENQUIRYPROCEDURE OF DOMESTIC ENQUIRYREINSTATEMENT AND COMPENSATIONPROVISIONS OF ACTS APPLICABLE TO DOMESTIC ENQUIRY

 

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About the author

Mr. Vivek Krishna is an expert in labour matters. He has fifteen years of experience in HR. He has worked for reputed companies like

Telcon,

TATA-HITACHI joint venture,

NPHL,

Ceratizit, Austrian Multi-National,

Adhunik Group Company,

SML.

He was in leadership role in all his assignments. Mr. Vivek Krishna holds a Post Graduate Diploma degree in Personnel Management &

Industrial Relations from Xavier Institute of Social Service, Ranchi. He has passed LL.B. from Ranchi University, Ranchi.

Mr. Vivek Krishna is the founder and CEO of Legal Business Consultancy which primarily caters to Labour matters and Legal Obligations for the Companies operating in Jharkhand and Bihar. Mr. Vivek Krishna has conducted many domestic enquiries as Enquiry Officer. He has utilized the knowledge so gained in writing the current book which will be beneficial for professionals in Administrative, Managerial and Legal field. 

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Zorba Books
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Published on
Aug 18, 2017
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Pages
216
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ISBN
9789386407627
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English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Business Law
Business & Economics / Human Resources & Personnel Management
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