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Wednesday, December 04, 2019

The Rajasthan Shops And Commercial Establishment Rules -Ammedment


The State Government of Rajasthan on November 26, 2019, has notified the Rajasthan Shops and Commercial Establishment (Amendment) Rules, 2019. They shall come into force from the date of their final publication in the Official Gazette.
The following amendments in the Rajasthan Shops and Commercial Establishments Rules, 1959 were made as under:
The existing table of Rule 3 which specifies the application for registration and grant of registration certificate has been substituted, namely:
S. No.
Maximum Number of employees employed on any day
 Amount of fees in Rs.
1.
0-10 employees
5000/-
2.
11 to 50 employees
20000/-
3.
51 to 100 employees
50000/-
4.
101 and above employees
150000/-
The validity of the certificate may be extended forever, after depositing one-time fees as prescribed above. 
Under Rule 4 which specifies the manner of registering establishment and form of registration certificate:
a)      Sub-rule (2) has been deleted
b)      In sub-rule (3) the word ‘return’ has been substituted by the word by the word ‘statement and the expression ‘under clause (1) and (2) in rule 3’ has been deleted.
•  Rule 6 which talks about the renewal of Certificate has been deleted,
•  Under Rule 8 which specifies the Procedure on death or disability of certificate holder: The existing expression ‘rule 6’ has been substituted by ‘rule 5’ and the expression ‘for the unexpired portion of the original certificate’ has been deleted.
•  Under Rule 10 which specifies the fees for payment, the existing word ‘renewals’ in sub-rule (1) and ‘renewal’ in sub-rule (2) has been deleted.
  Amendment in Forms:
a)      Form3 which is related to issue of registration certificate: renewal portion has been deleted
b)      Form 5 which is an Application for Renewal of Registration Certificate, has been deleted.
[Notification No. G.S.R.43]

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Friday, November 15, 2019

Jharkhand Minimum Wages 1st Oct 2019



The Government of Jharkhand vide Notification NO-2/MW-2071/2010 L&T-1836 has released the Minimum Wages variable dearness allowance effective from 1st October 2019.


👉 Notification:- The Jharkhand Minimum Wages Notification 1st Oct 2019



Monday, September 30, 2019

Gujarat Minimum Wages 1st Oct 2019 to 31st Mar 2020






As per the notification on Dt. 30-09-2019 regarding. The State Government as declared the fresh basic rates of Salary/Wages for the period from Dt. 01-10-2019 to 31-03-2020 for 46 business in Zone - I & Zone - II. The same may please be paid during the above period.



English Notification:- Gujarat Minimum Wages 1st Oct-2019 to 31st Mar 2020




Friday, September 27, 2019

Maharashtra State assembly Election to be held on 21st Oct 2019



1.According to the democratic pattern of our country, all citizens who were registered over 18 years It is up to 100 % to vote in the election. Taking into account this issue, the People's Representation and the Act, 1949
According to Rule 135 (b) of (Part-2), the voter is entitled to vote on the day of voting. Payment can be made to pay, or reasonable discounts on working hours at some locations. Give in. Some of my past choices have been that organizations, establishments, etc. Paid goodbye Or do not offer discounts. This leaves many voters disenfranchised, which
Very dangerous for democracy.

2. As per the order issued by the Election Commission of India in 288 Assembly constituencies in Maharashtra. The election will be held on 21st October 2019. All the voters in this election belong to them
The following orders are given to ensure that the voting right is done properly:
I) Workers /officials/employees who are voting in the polling area for election. Everyone who is outside of the general election area shall be entitled to vote on the day of the election.
Payment should be made to pay.

II) Not to mention all the establishments, factories, shops and shops belonging to this industry, energy and labor department.
Applicable residences (eg establishments in private companies, all shops and other establishments, residential hotels,
Eating houses, other houses, theaters, businesses, industrial establishments or other establishments as well as information and technology
Company, Show Pag Sutter, Moms, Retail.)

III) Exceptionally, in the case of workers, officers, employees, etc., the full day will not be paid. So, workers in the polling area have only two to three hours instead of free time to vote. Can be discounted. Regarding the matter, he had earlier informed the concerned district officials and district election officials. Permission will be required. In any case, voters need at least two to three hours to vote Establishment owners will be required to take account of the receipt of compensation.

IV) All establishments, factories, industries, industries, industries and labor as mentioned above Shops, etc. Remember that the above instructions are strictly adhered to by the owners/management Be careful. Voters vote not to receive the appropriate discount or exemption for voting In case of failure to arrive, appropriate action will be taken.



Wednesday, September 25, 2019

The Tripura Ease Of Compliance To Maintain Registers Under Various Labour Laws Rules,2019




Government of Tripura vide notification no No.F.21(98)-LAB/ENF/Labour Laws/2017/7062 has released the Tripura Ease of Compliance To Maintain Registers Under Various Labour Laws Rules,2019. 

As per the notification and the new rule, various registers to be maintained under the provisions of the 

  • Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970, The Interstate Migrant Workman (Regulation of Employment & Conditions of Service) Act, 1979, 
  • The Minimum Wages Act, 1948, 
  • Building and Other Constructions Workers’ (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1996 have been combined under Forms A,B,C,D respectively. 

These registers can also be maintained electronically provided that layout and presentation of the register may be adjusted without changing the integrity, serial number and- contents of the columns of the register. 

For more details please refer to the notification attached herewith


Notification:- 

The Tripura Ease Of Compliance To Maintain Registers Under Various Labour Laws Rules, 2019



Monday, September 09, 2019

ESIC Average daily wages increase from Rs 137 to Rs 176

Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 95 of the Employees' State Insurance Act, 1948, the Central Government, after consultation with the Employees' State Insurance Corporation, hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Employees' State Insurance (Central) Rules, 1950, namely:—

 1. (1) These rules may be called the Employees' State Insurance (Central) Amendment Rules, 2019. 

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette. 2. In the Employees' State Insurance (Central) Rules, 1950, in rule 52, for the words “rupees one hundred thirty seven”, the words “rupees one hundred seventy six” shall be substituted.


From the above ammedment if any average daily wages is less then equal to Rs 176 No ESIC contribution is to be deducted from the Employee. Employer Contribution will have to be contributed.


Official Gazette :- Esic Average daily wages Official gazeete from Rs 137 to Rs 176 

Friday, August 09, 2019

Telangana Shops Permitted To Remain Open 365 Days A Year Extended To Three Years


Government of Telangana vide notification no G.O.Ms.No. 24, in reference to previous notification G.O.Ms.No.51, L.E.T. & F. (Lab) Department dated 16th June 2016, has further exempted all establishments to keep open on all the days of the year in Telangana State for a further period of three (3) years with effect from 16.06.2019 and subject to conditions mentioned in notification fulfilled by the establishments failing which exemption granted will be liable for cancellation.

Conditions:- 

(i) The working hours of the employees shall be 8 hours per day and 48 hours in
a week. Record of over time will be maintained in the Wages Register
separately in respect of the employees who worked beyond normal working
hours.

(ii) Every employee will be allowed to avail a Weekly Holiday as per the list
exhibited (Form 24) at the main entrance of the shop on rotation basis.

(iii) If the employees are found working on any Holiday or after normal duty hours
without proper indent of Over Time, the exemption granted will be liable for
cancellation.

(iv) Working hours of the shop shall be between 9.00 A.M. to 11.00 P.M.

(v) In case of Women employees who are required to work beyond 8:30 P.M.,
transport arrangements are to be made to the women employees. A notice
to this effect in Telugu and English shall be exhibited at the main entrance
of the shop indicating the availability of transport.

(vi) All employees are to be provided with Appointment Letters and copy of the
same will be furnished to the jurisdiction Inspector and acknowledgement
shall be preserved in the shop for inspection at any time.

(vii) Visit Book shall be maintained exhibiting a copy of the exemption for
verification by the Inspector for compliance with the conditions on
exemption.

(viii) The exemption is valid for three (3) years only and subject to compliance
with the conditions of exemption and also compliance with the welfare
provisions applicable under various Labour Laws.

(ix) The wages for the employees shall be credited to their saving bank
Accounts.

(x) EPF & ESI deductions shall be implemented in respect of the eligible
employees.

Tuesday, August 06, 2019

Maharashtra New Minimum Wages 1st July 2019 to 31st Dec 2019

Maharashtra Special Allowance has been declared from 1st July 2019 to 31st Dec 2019  the same was published yesterday i.e. on 5th Aug 2019.

In my earlier blog i had share the new Basic wages of Shop & Establishment & i had mentioned that New Special allowance will be revised w.e.f. from 24th July 2019 & the same has been declared 

 In the Month of July 2019 we need to calculate the salary in two phase   in regards to Shop & establishment if already paid then we need to pay arrears in the month of August 2019 & accordingly Bonus will also be affected.

          1. 1st July 2019 to 23rd July 2019 ( Old Rate)
   
MINIMUM WAGES FOR - Shops & Commercial Establishment
MIN. WAGES FOR  01.07.2019  TO  23.07.2019

BASIC
SPL. ALLW
SUB-TOT
HRA
TOTAL
UNSKILLED
5000
4482
9482
474
9956
SEMI-SKILLED
5400
4482
9882
494
10376
SKILLED
5800
4482
10282
514
10796

HRA @ 5% on Basic + Spl. Allw and applicable only
if you are engaging 50 or more than 50 Employees as per 

The maharashtra workmen's minimum house rent allowance act,1983

 

2. 24th July 2019 to 31st July 2019  ( New Rate)


MINIMUM WAGES FOR - Shops & Commercial Establishment
MIN. WAGES FOR  24.07.2019  TO  31.12.2019    w.e.f. 24-July-2019

BASIC
SPL. ALLW
SUB-TOT
HRA
TOTAL
UNSKILLED
10021
390
10411
521
10932
SEMI-SKILLED
10856
390
11246
562
11808
SKILLED
11632
390
12022
601
12623
HRA @ 5% on Basic + Spl. Allw and applicable only
if you are engaging 50 or more than 50 Employees as per 

The maharashtra workmen's minimum house rent allowance act,1983



Original Notification Maharashtra Minimum Wages 1.07.2019 to 31.12.2019

Detail Zone wise English    Minimum-Wages Maharashtra-English-01-07-2019





Friday, July 26, 2019

Maharashtra New Minimum Wages under Shop & Establishment Clarification & Advise

Dear all,

As per my yesterdays blog  maharashtra-minimum-wages-increase Final Notification where in we had uploaded the final notification of the revised basic of Shop & establishment in this regards i have been receiving  calls & emails in regards to what is the final Minimum Wages to be taken in to consideration.

In regards to the above queries i would like to draw your attention that whenever the minimum wages are revised a new Basic wages is declared & in regard to same it was finalised after 9 years now a new Special allowance will be declared on 5th Aug 2019 effective 1st July 2019

Based on the above the New Minimum Wages will be  ( New Basic+New Special allowance + HRA( 5 % Minimum as per Maharashtra Minimum Hra Act if Employee count is more then equal to 50) 

I would advise that once the new special allowance will be declared on 5th of  Aug 2019 after that only make all the changes in the salary structure etc & give the difference of the same as arrears in Aug 2019 salary.

if any query pls drop me email on prakash@pcsmgmt.com


Thursday, July 25, 2019

Maharashtra Minimum wages increase under Shop & Establishment Effective 24th July 2019 -Final Notification


Pls refer to my yesterday blog where in we had given the information of Maharashtra Minimum wages increase under Shop & Establishment Effective 24th July 2019  & the same has been notified the respective copy of the notification is  appended below 

Sr No
Class of Employees
Zone 1
Zone II
Zone III
1
Skilled
11632
11036
10440
2
Semi-Skilled
10856
10260
9664
3
Unskilled
10021
9425
8828

Notification :- Maharashtra Minimum wages ( Basic Salary Revision) 1st July 2019

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Maharashtra Minimum wages increase under Shop & Establishment Effective 24th July 2019



Mumbai: Labor Welfare Minister Dr Kishore has decided to increase the minimum wage of workers working in shops and establishments in the state Taken by Sanjay Koote. This increase is about to double. The increase was pending for the last nine years. About one crore workers will benefit from over one million shops and establishments in the state.
The minimum wage of employment is rescheduled every five years under Section 03 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, with the advice of the Maharashtra Minimum Wage Advisory Board. However, for the last nine years, minimum wages have not been rescheduled for technical reasons. Minister of LaborKutte's pursuit has made it possible for the working class to get minimum wage. 
It includes all the municipal boundaries of the state of Maharashtra and 20 km from the municipal area. Industrial area and camp area upto 5,800 to 11,632, 5,400 to 10,856, semi-skilled workers to 10,856, 5,500 to 10,021 to unskilled workers and 11,036 to 5,0100 and 4,960 to 6,450 and 10,260 to skilled workers in municipal corporation. Excluding the corporation, the remaining area of ​​Maharashtra state has 5,200 to 10,440 skilled workers and 4,800 to semi-skilled workers. Up to 9,664, unskilled workers have been increased from 4,400 to 8,828. The notification in this regard has been implemented from July 24, 2019.
Awaiting for Notification without Notification pls dont Make any changes in the Salary Structure once we get the respective circular  then  only make the changes