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Moonlighting: No blanket ban in India though several laws frown upon it

The Factories Act is one such, but its provisions don't apply to firms that don't run a factory; many states have their own laws on the matter

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Moonlight | Wipro | Law

Bhavini Mishra  |  New Delhi 



labour law
Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central Rules, 1946, state that a workman cannot by doing dual employment work against the interest of an industrial establishment

recently fired 300 in India, saying they were moonlighting. The firm's action brings to the fore the question of where we stand in relation to laws governing dual .

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First Published: Fri, September 23 2022. 20:19 IST

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