Can an employer refuse to pay his employees’ wages during the Covid-19 pandemic?

Employees are stuck. Employers refuse to pay their employees’ wages during the Covid-19 pandemic. Employees want to work – but are prevented from working. They are broke. Can Employers refuse to pay their wages? The answer is, ‘No’. But the real question is, ‘Why?’ This short video explains it.

I wrote an essay on this earlier: see here.

This is a video representation. I trust you will enjoy it.





[I gratefully acknowledge:

(1). Mr. VK Raj for his advice on Industrial Law,

(2). Mr. Nur Jeevan Guna for his editing; and

(3). Miss Nadiyshyaa Vinodhan for her assistance in the filming and editing work on this episode.]

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