The Labour Law And Collective Negotiations

Each client employing more than one employee is certainly aware that he needs quality and immediate legal support in the field of labour law. Our lawyers can provide operative consultancy in the whole area of labour law, which includes drafting of labour and managerial contracts, internal employment guidelines, training of personal managers and settlement of disputes relating to work injuries and occupational diseases.

The Indian labour law refers to the system of laws which governs and ensures just conditions of workers at workplace and protecting them from any kind of injustice or oppression that they might face by the senior officials or other colleagues. India is a federal form of government and Labour lies under the Concurrent List, which means that its jurisdiction lies under both the central and state governments. Advice from labour law consultant will help us understand the structure better. In the Indian Labour law system, labourers are distinguished into ‘organised’ and ‘unorganised’ sectors and are thus governed by different bodies in the country. Those workers who fall under neither of the categories lie under the jurisdiction of Contract laws of the country. The Industrial Disputes Act 1948 revolutionised the workplace laws and brought about immense amount of changes in the way a company is supposed to function and treat its employees. The workers under the unorganised sector go with their problems to the Directorate General Labour Welfare in the country.

Labor & Employment :
Unique among firms with labor and employment practices, Seyfarth organizes, Labour Law Consultants its more than 400 labor and employment lawyers in 12 team-based practice groups. The structure allows our teams to provide cost-effective client service to the broadest possible spectrum of employers.

Our organizational structure allows Seyfarth to respond to the needs of publicly and privately held businesses ranging from the largest Fortune 100 companies to the smallest start-ups, as well as not-for-profit organizations of all sizes. In addition, unlike many labor and employment practices at other firms, Seyfarth’s Labor & Employment Department has depth in virtually all aspects of workplace law.

In litigation, our firm defends employers in single-plaintiff lawsuits and in massive, multi-district discrimination, ERISA/employee benefits, and wage and hour class and collective actions under the FLSA and state laws.

We also provide subject-matter counseling to solve workplace challenges covering the entire range of labor and employment issues, such as: hiring, testing, and FCRA compliance; workforce reductions; ADA, FMLA and state leave management; wage and hour exempt status, independent contractor and pay practices audits; eDiscovery systems and processes; and anti-harassment and other employment law training.

Business opportunity :
Rather than interrupting users' attention in order to market to them, the business opportunity available to social media in capturing people’s attention and channeling this attention to an appropriate vendor when it presents itself as a genuine desire to buy.

Previously, it was very difficult and expensive for business to market themselves on anything other than a mass, or broadcast basis. Targeting messages to individuals, at any kind of effective scale, was all but impossible. But social media has changed that. By using social media channels to target according to users' attention, business and other organisations can make their messages far more relevant and appropriate to individual consumers.

For businesses to suddenly shift commercial focus from the mass attention of a broad audience to the particular attention of individuals, however, requires a complete change of corporate mindset. Inside media and marketing organisations, content production, distribution and marketing have traditionally occupied different - and usually warring - silos. Because of the intimate connection between the content and the opportunity to create a lead, however, attention marketing necessarily collapses these silos and brings them together.

Attention marketing :
Attention marketing is the term, coined by internet entrepreneur Steve Jelley to describe a particular business model that has evolved around the growth of social media on the internet. It was popularized by the book Purple Cow: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable by Seth Godin.

The phenomenon is an extension of marketing, which describes the generation of consumer interest or inquiry into products or services of a business. Traditionally, businesses have generated customers using the techniques of Internet marketing, such as search engine marketing (SEM), search engine optimisation (SEO), banner ads on specific websites, email marketing, and mobile advertising.

Social media companies such as Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest, by contrast, do not rely on these tools to generate user attention. User-generated content makes up the majority content on these sites; users therefore view content on the sites according to what interests them most. This behaviour collapses the traditional barriers between content, distribution and marketing, as any activity on a social media site effectively achieves all these three functions simultaneously.

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