Bombay High Court allows employers to deduct wages of absentee employees in areas where restrictions are relaxed
The petition was filed in Bombay High Court against the order of the government which states that workers would be paid their monthly wages. The court discussed the issue and decided to not interfere in the order as the matter related to same issue is pending before the court. But the court said that areas where lockdown is lifted, the employers can deduct wages if worker s are absent.
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