Labor, Employment & Service

The most frequent legal concerns that affect business are those related to labor and employment such as non-payment of salaries, unexplained deductions,

Labor and Employment issues are the most common legal issues that arise in a business. The most common issues are unpaid salaries, unexplained deductions, lay-offs and retrenchments, harassment at workplace
including sexual harassment, non-conducive and inhumane work environment, toxic work culture, gaslighting, illegal terminations etc. With lobalization Indian Companies are hiring a lot of overseas talents and on the other side foreign companies are establishing their presence in India and this to meet this the Government of India has proposed a Labor Code seeking a balance between the old and the new.LexarLegal has helped its clients successfully navigate various regulatory compliances across various industry sectors with reference to employer-employee relationship, business objectives and industry practices to ensure a positive work culture.

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Industrial Relations
Industrial Disputes
Disciplinary Proceedings
Policy Drafting
Data Protection
Workplace safety
Labor Disputes
Third Party Agreements
Employee Relations
Compliance Audit
Employment standards
Employment Disputes
Discrimination & Harassment


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