Wednesday, 25 April, 2018
Update
   Self-styled Godman Asaram Bapu sentenced to life imprisonment until death   Robbery at Quepem market, four shops looted; Police and Dog Squad at site, estimated loss not known; investigation on   Demolition drive underway at Mapusa with Police protection, 40 shops build over nallah to be demolished.   HC dismisses SWPL expansion plea   HSSCE results to be declared on April 28   Sanguem PSI’s video kicking boy goes viral; gets transfer   Margao RP meet: Cong undecided on support   @ Price 20 for 3, it’s not the right time for limes!   Casino case: Mickky pleads for discharge

22 Goa-based firms get govt notices

17th April 2018, 02:39 Hrs


the goan I network

PANAJI 

The Labour and Employment Department on Monday issued notices to 22 private companies with units in Goa for contravening the Supreme Court guidelines on recruitment drives. These companies had hosted a job fair in Sawantwadi recently. 

Labour Minister Rohan Khaunte disclosed that, “show cause notices have  been issued to 22 private companies with units in Goa, which hosted  recruitment drives in Sawantwadi in contravention with the Supreme  Court guidelines of 1995 for compulsory notification of vacancies and  for contravening the Employment Exchange Act.

These companies include big names such as Cipla, Manipal, Bluecross, Bosche, Coca Cola, Zuari Engineering, Hindustan, Chowgule, Sai Services, CMM, Sun Pharma, DMA-Goa, Pai Kane, Alcon Victor Group, Deltin Droup, Bogmallo, Mercedes, Taj Court, Mukhtar, Counto Automobiles, Sriram Transport, Link Properties and Magsons group have been issued show cause notices. “The companies have been asked to reply within seven days,” Khaunte said.  

Related news

Goa to be startup capital: Prabhu

Union minister says State to be promoted as investment destination n To be marketed globally in association with foreign airlines n Global event on cards in November Read more

Quash decisions post Assembly session, Cong tells Governor

Questions legitimacy of CAC, terms it ‘unconstitutional’ Read more

Top News

ANOTHER SELF-PROCLAIMED GODMAN IN JAIL

Asaram Bapu sentenced to life-imprisonment until death Read more

Four shops looted at Quepem Market

Estimated loss unknown, police investigation on. Read more

Demolition drive at Mapusa

40 shops build illegally on nallah to be demolished Read more

HC dismisses SWPL expansion plea

Says SWPL can approach National Green Tribunal against decision of MoEF Read more