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Monographs & Publications
Revised Minimum Rates of Wages Under the Wages Board
This is the latest update on certain trades coming under Wages Boards which have been revised and gazetted by the Ministry.
Handbook of Industrial Relations 2012 (Available Now)
Price : Members LKR 2200.00 / Non members LKR 3200.00
This edition, as in the case of previous editions, has taken into account whatever developments in the field of labour law up to date. Apart from what has been brought in anew, we have, as done for each revised edition, re-adjusted texts where necessary for the convenience of the reader.
The Handbook is ideal for use not only for employers but also for administrators, HR/ IR practitioners, students or any person connected with the field of Labour Law / Industrial Relations.
Leave, Holidays and Overtime in the Private Sector
Monograph No: 1 (5th Edition)
Price : Members LKR 450.00 / Non members LKR 600.00
This 5th Edition has included decisions of all Wages Boards up to 2005 and covers all aspects relating to leave, holidays & overtime under the Shop & Office Employees’ Act, Wages Board’s Ordinance and decisions made there under by the respective Wages Boards. It also deals with legislations such as the Factories Ordinance, the Employment of Women, Young Persons & Children’s Act in relation to working hours & overtime.
Disciplinary Action & Disciplinary Procedures in the Private Sector
Monograph No:2 (3rd Edition)
Price : Members LKR 400.00 / Non members LKR 500.00
This updated revised edition retains the substantive content of the original publication, but has taken into account relevant changes to legislation impacting on disciplinary action since 1982. The Monograph clearly outlines the principles relating to disciplinary action and procedures in the private sector and gives a comprehensive account of the different steps employers could follow in a disciplinary situation.
The Contract of Employment (Revised Edition - 1998)
Monograph No: 4
Price : Members LKR 975.00 / Non members LKR 1200.00
This is a revision of the original Monograph published by Mr.S.R. de Silva in 1983. The revision is based on judicial interpretation since the original work was published. The text has remained in its original form and the changes are those which were necessitated as a result of developments in the law.
The Law of Superannuation Benefits in the Private Sector
Monograph No: 5
Price : Members LKR 425.00 / Non members LKR 500.00
This is the 2nd Edition of the Monograph No.5. This covers the law relating to EPF, ETF & Gratuity taking into Account the amendments to the respective pieces of legislation & reflects the legal position as at 31st July, 2001
Monograph No: 7
Price : Members LKR 275.00 / Non members LKR 350.00
The subject covered is the question of transfer of employees and the legal issues involved.
Law of Dismissal - (2004 Edition) ( OUT OF STOCK )
Monograph No: 8
Price : Members Rs.650.00 / Non members Rs. 850.00
This revised edition has taken into account relevant changes to legislation since 1995 & new judicial decisions which impact on the law relevant to dismissal.
Involvement of Workers in Enterprise Management
Price : Members Rs.200.00 / Nonmembers Rs. 250.00
The publication covers papers submitted by Mr.E.Mizutani, ILO Consultant, at an EFC-ILO Seminar held in Colombo on the 4th and 5th May,1987. It also contains the report of the participants.
Disciplinary Action & Procedures in the Principal Employment Sector & their Judicial Review ( OUT OF STOCK )
Price : Members LKR 250.00 / Non members LKR 325.00
Mr.J V N de Rosairo, former Assistant Secretary-General has, in this Monograph, covered the procedures & rules involved in the taking of disciplinary action in Sri Lanka, with special emphasis being placed on the public sector.
Aspects of, and Trends in Human Resource Development ( OUT OF STOCK )
Price : Members LKR 200.00 / Non members LKR 250.00
Collection of papers & case studies presented at a Seminar organized by the Bureau for Employers’ activities of the ILO & the regional office of the ILO (Asia & Pacific) on Aspects & Trends in Human Resource Development.
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