Industrial Dispute-Settlement arrived outside the conciliation proceedings

A settlement arrived at outside the conciliation proceedings has a limited application in the sense that it merely joins the parties to the agreement, whereas a settlement arrived at in the course of the conciliation proceedings binds all the parties to the Industrial Dispute not only parties to the settlement, but All such persons employed in the establishment. Further a settlement arrived in the course of conciliation proceedings with the recognized majority union would be binding on all the workers of the establishment, even to a minority union, who may have objected to the same. Hawkins Cookers Mazdoor Union and others v. Conciliation Officer, 2013 (5) AWC 4841

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