Wage Agreement X

(9) On the other hand, Shri K.K. Shrivastava, an experienced lawyer for the defendants, claims that NCWA-IX was signed and is in force on 31.01.2012 and that it is binding on all employees working in the eight subsidiaries of Coal India Limited, since the signatories to the agreement are the representatives of the trade unions affiliated to the Central Trade Organisation, and all workers in the coal industry are members of these five trade unions operating in the coal industry. arbonnière. The establishment of the Bipartite Joint Committee for the Coal Industry to negotiate the National Coal Wage Agreement IX was in accordance with the notification issued by the Government of India, so that the above-mentioned National Coal Wage Agreement binds the parties to the Agreement within the meaning of Article 18(1) of the Identification Act and clause 9.3.3. NCWA-VI and, therefore, the petitioner is not entitled to paid employment, and his case of salaried employment was rightly dismissed by the respondent SECL and, as such, the application merits rejection at cost. The period of the 10th collective agreement for CIL and SCCL is from 01.07.2016 to 30.06.2021 (i.e. for 5 years). Following the 10th collective agreement, instructions were given on the payment of the revised october 2017 wages payable in November 2017. For the implementation of other provisions of the agreement, 12 implementing instructions have been given to date. `41. In English law, the `purpose for sex` test has been designed in such a way that women are not treated less well according to sexist criteria that would favour the other sex and that women are not deliberately chosen for less favourable treatment because of their sex.

It is on this test “but for sex”, it seems that in the case of Nergesh Meerza, the three-judge bank of this court did not find the lower retirement age of flight obligations of flight attendants as discrimination based solely on sex. It turned out that the male and female crew members are different executives with different conditions of service. The service regime, based on agreements and comparisons, which set a lower age of departure for flight attendants, has not been repealed. . . .