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AHN Started The Discussion:

Hi HR friends,

Our organisation is into healthcare segment situated in Bangalore and registered under Company's Act. I suppose we need to be registered under Shops & C E Act, 1961 as well. What are the registers to be maintained apart from attendance, visitors book? What are other statutory requirements? As I am new to the service sector, your kind assistance and guidance is highly obliged.

Please respond promptly.

Thank you.

Regards,
AHN

srinivas.2500 - Member Since: Oct 2007
Dear Mr. AHN,Shops & Establishment Act has coming under Labour Acts, You have to take registration from Labour Department (depends on your employee strength, concerned labour officer has issue the Registration Certificate) At the time you should submit Payment Challan, Form I, Article of Memorandum (under Companies Act Registration) and list of employees.This all documents should have to submit your labour officer then they issue the labour licence under shops & establishment ActRegardsSrinivas B

AHN - Member Since: Aug 2008
Dear Mr. Srinivas, Thank you for your response. Could you please throw some more light on the registers to be maintained under the S&CE Act of Karnataka. Regards, Prasad

AHN - Member Since: Aug 2008
Dear Seniors,

I solicit more views of this post and request for your quick resposes with your comments, suggestions for registration, registers to be maintained under the Shops & Commercial Establishment Act, 1961 of Karnataka.

Regards,
Prasad

Rajeev Verma - Member Since: Apr 2008
Dear Prasad, I am attaching the copy of the Act. Hope you can have the desired help from that file.


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Rajeev Verma - Member Since: Apr 2008
Also attaching the copy of the Rules.


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Rajeev Verma - Member Since: Apr 2008
Also find the different formats to be used.


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dixit7282 - Member Since: Sep 2007
Hi rajeev,

can you plz tell what is the format of the employees attendance register prescribed under the shops & establishments act.

We plan to replace the manual muster by electronic attendance tracking, what are the headings that we need to capture so that we get an exemption.....

Rajeev Verma - Member Since: Apr 2008
Dear Dixit, It is Form T which is given in the attached file above you can take the reference from there.

puri.divakar - Member Since: Mar 2008
Dear All, Hope this attachment is helpful for everybody. Regards, Divakar Puri.


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