News & Media 26th Sep 2022

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

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PV Ramana Murthy Head– Employment and Labor Laws | Mumbai

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In light of recent events which drew attention on moonlighting, several laws have been referred to as grounds to allow/disallow the concept of moonlighting . Moonlighting refers to working on a second job, despite having a full-time job. On the account of three hundred employees being fired by an IT company, people have divided views on the topic.

Business Standard has authored an article on Moonlighting saying, ‘there is no blanket ban in India yet several laws frown upon it’, in which Economic Laws Practice (ELP) ’s Partner Dr P.V. Ramana Murthy has been quoted.

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