Kamani Metals & Alloys Ltd. v. Their Workmen (SC 1967)

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  • Facts? – manufacturing products of non-ferrous metals and alloys – claim that no change of circumstances justifying a revision of wages, pay scales and dearness allowance
  • What should be the factors for making a determination of wages?
  • The concepts of “living wage”, “fair wage” and “minimum wage” are important.
  • Minimum – bare subsistence
  • Fair – provide a standard family with food, shelter, clothing, medical care and education of children appropriate to the workman. It is linked to the earning capacity and the workload.
  • Living – a wage which is sufficient to provide not only the essentials but a fair measure of frugal comfort with an ability to provide for old age and evil days. It is a goal of labour welfare movement, but not the norm.

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