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MyAdvo has a wide network expert employment and labour lawyers in Kolkata. You can connect to the best employment and advocate according to your case, need, requirement, budget and location, simply by selecting your city! 

Get expert legal advice from employment and labour lawyers through 24*7 support service from MyAdvo’s case managers. Talk to our case manager at +919027217218 to hire the best employment and labour advocates in Kolkata to file or defend an employment and labour case in Kolkata.

MyAdvo has a wide network expert employment and labour lawyers in Kolkata. You can connect to the best employment and advocate according to your case, need, requirement, budget and location, simply by selecting your city! 

Get expert legal advice from employment and labour lawyers through 24*7 support service from MyAdvo’s case managers. Talk to our case manager at +919027217218 to hire the best employment and labour advocates in Kolkata to file or defend an employment and labour case in Kolkata.
 

The aggregate cost to file an employment case in Kolkata for matters like unpaid salary, wrongful termination, workplace harassment, union disputes, etc. vary from case to case.
Through MyAdvo, you can reduce your legal bill and hire the best employment and labour lawyer in Kolkata. 

Employment matters relating to labour disputes like unpaid or inadequate salary, undue termination, hostile behaviour at workplace etc. can be referred to the Office of Labour Commissioner of Kolkata area. CGIT-cum-Labour Court located at Kolkata, West Bengal hears appeals from the Labour Commissioner.
 

Employment and labour laws of India are very vast which cover every industry, factory, MNC, corporate company etc. that has been incorporated in India but it does not govern the unorganised sector.

Every employee is known by the term “workman” under the law. Before filing a case against your lawyer, you have to make sure that a legal notice has been sent to your lawyer, which enlists your grievances that have not been redressed. If the employer is hostile towards such intimation then you can simply fire a lawyer and submit your case in the form of plaint to the Labour Commissioner of your area.

The court will summon the employer to present their case at the date of hearing. Hire a employment and labour lawyers who is not only familiar with employment laws applicable to your case but is experienced in litigation to make sure that your case is presented appropriately.
To understand the in depth process of employment case and to know which documents are required to be presented at the court while hearing, talk to our case manager at +919027217218.