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Friday, October 30, 2020

Introduction Of Auto Renewal System In The State Of Haryana

 

The State Government of Haryana vide Order no 9439 has introduced the auto-renewal of the licenses under rule 29 of The Haryana Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Rules,1975 read with section 13 (31 of The Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, 1970 and under rule 14 of The Haryana Inter-State Migrant Workmen Rules, 1981 read with section 9 (3), 35 (2) (d) of The inter-State Migrant Workmen (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act,1979. 

As per the notification, the auto-renewal has been approved subject to the following conditions:- 

(1) The duration of renewal of licenses procured via auto-renewal online system would remain the same as being provided at present as per the Act, which is one year. 

(2) The provision of auto-renewal will be applicable only in cases where there is no change in the desired fields i.e. name of occupier, name, and address of the factory or establishment, maximum no. of workers except the year/years, etc. from the previous licenses. Whenever there is a change in any condition or the requirement in the previous license then in such case the process of online application for renewal will be followed. 

(3) The fees for auto-renewal have to be deposited by e-GRAS through the website of the Labour Department i.e. https://hrylabour.gov.in/. If the requisite fees are not deposited via e-GRAS and any other method like treasury challan or e-challan is adopted then the usual method of online renewal will be followed


Notification 

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Introduction Of Auto Renewal System In The State Of Haryana.pdf



Telangana Government introduces new online platform for ease of compliance of factories

 The State Government of Telangana has introduced the approval of new factory plans and existing factory revised plans through online mode and sending messages to the Factory Management on the status of approvals. 

1. Approval of new Factory plans and existing factory revised plans through online and sending messages to the Factory Management on the status of approvals.

2. Grant of Licence, Amendment, and Transfer of factory Licenses through online and sending messages to the Managements on the status of the grant of Licenses.

3. Payment of Annual Licence fees up to 10 years made through online and sending messages to the factory management for making payments of Licence fees.

4. Filing of single Integrated annual return by Factories managements shall be applicable for both Factories and Labour departments. No need to submit separately for Factories and Labour departments.

5. Sending Messages to the factory's management regarding Inspections, Communication of Inspection reports, Inspections Orders/Notice, and Show cause notices through online and submission of Compliance by the factory's Managements through online.

Statutory Alert ! Paid Holiday On 3rd November 2020 For Employees Eligible To Vote In Karnataka Bye-Elections

The Election Commission Of India has notified 3rd November 2020 as the date on which bye-election to the Rajarajeshwari Nagar (RR Nagar) and Sira Constituencies in the State Of Karnataka is scheduled to be held. Now, the Government of Karnataka, Labour Department vide. its circular dated 9th October 2020 has directed employers of Shops, commercial establishments, Factories, and other Establishments to declare for every employee working therein whose name is included in the electoral roll of the two assembly constituencies where the bye-election is to be held on 3rd November 2020, to be allowed on the polling day, a day's paid holiday to enable them to exercise their franchise. 

This circular has been issued under Section 3A of the Karnataka Industrial Establishments National Festival Holidays Act, 1963 inter alia covers shops, commercial establishments, factories, etc. 

The circular further states that employers found in violation of the above said provision, shall be penalized under the Act. Further, vide. Circular dated 16th October 2020, the Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety And Health Department has also issued similar directions declaring paid holiday for workers of factories in the State who are enrolled as the voters in the above said constituency. 

Therefore, Employers of Shops, Commercial Establishments, Factories and other establishments in Karnataka are highly advised to comply with these directions issued by the Labour Commissioner and to declare paid holiday to their employees who are registered voters in the said bye-election to the two assembly constituencies in the state

Notification

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Saturday, October 03, 2020

Bonus Payable Guidelines ( West Bengal ) for the Year 2020

 The Government of West Bengal vide circular No. Labr./210/(LC-IR)/3C-01/18 has issued guidelines to be followed by all employers and employees of the state covered under the Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 (''Act'') while settling the legitimate dues of the workers in respect of bonus for the year 2020 in terms of the said Act in the interest of maintenance of Industrial peace and harmony,:-                                                                                       

(1) It is expected that the employers would adopt a flexible attitude on the issue of the payment of bonus                            

(2) All establishments where the bonus was paid in the previous year are requested to see that the rate of bonus payable this year is not lower than that of last year. Employers are also requested to consider payment of an amount of exgratia in lieu of bonus as is admissible at the maximum stage to those employees who have crossed the eligibility limit as per the Act                                                                   

(3) All employees, whether in casual employment/re-employment after retirement/employed through contractors and have worked for not less than 30 days during the year should be paid a bonus                                                         

(4) The employers in default towards payment of bonus for the previous year are requested to make such payments this year along with the bonus for the current year.                                                                                                            

(5) The Government appeals to all trade unions and employers' organization to extend their cooperation in peaceful and effective settlement of industrial disputes concerning bonus without any disruption of work                                     

(6) The Government has noted that in many cases, in previous years, employees of the IT sector, Hotel and Restaurants, Shops & Establishments, Security Workers, and some workers in jute mills did not get any bonus. It is hoped that the situation will not be similar this year.                                                                                                                 

(7) All payments of bonus should be made before the commencement of Durga Puja, 2020.                                        

Even employers in an unorganized sector where most employees are not covered under the Act are expected to pay bonus/ex-gratia to their workers before the commencement of Durga Puja, 2020. 

Hence, all employers having their establishments in West Bengal may make note of the above guideline and comply accordingly


Notification:- 👉 Guidelines To Settle The Legitimate Dues Of Workers Under The Payment Of Bonus Act, 1965 In West Bengal

Chhattisgarh Minimum wages from 1st Oct 2020 to 31st Mar 2021

 

Chattisgarh Minimum Wages have been revised from 1st Oct 2020 to 31st Mar 2021



Friday, October 02, 2020

Madhya Pradesh Minimum Wages from 1st Oct 2020 to 31st Mar 2021

 

The Labour Department of Madhya Pradesh State has revised the minimum wages of several categories, which is valid from 1st October 2020 to 31st March 2021.

   

Class of Employment

Basic Per Day

Basic Per Month

VDA Per Day

VDA Per Month

Total Per Day

Total Per Month

Highly Skilled

374.42

9735.00

84.62

2200.00

459.03

11935.00

Semi-skilled

271.42

7057.00

84.62

2200.00

356.03

9257.00

Skilled

324.42

8435.00

84.62

2200.00

409.03

10635.00

Unskilled

250.00

6500.00

73.08

1900.00

323.07

8400.00


Haryana Minimum Wages notification W.E.F 1st Jan 2020

 The Haryana Government vide Notification I.R – 2/2020/7740-7868 has released the variable D.A allowance in Minimum Wages

Effective from Date: 1st Jan 2020 Updated As On: 30th Sep 2020

Class of Employment

Qualification and experience

Basic Per Day

Basic Per Month

Total Per Day

Total Per Month

Unskilled

NA

292.31

7,600.00

358.43

9,319.12

Semi Skilled Class A

NA

306.92

7,980.00

376.35

9,785.05

Semi-Skilled Class B

NA

322.27

8,379.00

395.17

10,274.29

Skilled Class A

NA

338.38

8,797.95

414.92

10,788.01

Skilled Class B

NA

355.30

9,237.85

435.67

11,327.42

Highly Skilled

NA

373.07

9,699.74

457.45

11,893.79

Clerical & General Staff

Below Matriculation

306.92

7,980.00

376.35

9,785.05

Clerical & General Staff

Matriculation but not Graduate

322.27

8,379.00

395.17

10,274.29

Clerical & General Staff

Graduate or Above

338.38

8,797.95

414.92

10,788.01

Clerical & General Staff

Steno Typist

322.27

8,379.00

395.17

10,274.29

Clerical & General Staff

Junior Scale Stenographer

338.38

8,797.95

414.92

10,788.01

Clerical & General Staff

Senior Scale Stenographer

355.30

9,237.85

435.67

11,327.42

Clerical & General Staff

Personal Assistant

373.07

9,699.74

457.45

11,893.79

Clerical & General Staff

Private Secretary

391.72

10,184.73

480.33

12,488.48

Data Entry Operator

NA

338.38

8,797.95

414.92

10,788.01

Driver

Light Vehicle

355.30

9,237.85

435.67

11,327.42

Driver

Heavy Vehicle

373.07

9,699.74

457.45

11,893.79

Security Guard

Without Weapon

306.92

7,980.00

376.35

9,785.05

Security Guard

With Weapon

355.30

9,237.85

435.67

11,327.42