mamta230 Started The Discussion:
I want to clarify Applicability of Shops & Establishment Act on offices/Corporate offices of Companies already registered under Company Law (Pvt. Ltd. or Ltd.) established in the commercial buildings.
I have noticed some offices are covered under this Act but some are not based on legal consultants advise and interpretation of the Act.
Any Labour Law expert can tell the actual position. If it is not coverable than which Leave and other provisions mentioned in this Act under what legislations shall be applicable to such corporate offices ?

Sundeep
Posted 24th September 2008 From India, New Delhi

Dear Sandeep,

The shop & establishment act is applicable to every office shop where commercial activities are carried on even on employing one employee.

Your Office /Corporate office will be covered under the Shop & Establishmet Act. and the provision of leave and other rules shall be applicable, even your company is registered under companies Act.
Posted 27th September 2008
All Offices and branch office of Company, Commercial Establishment and shops (except Factories, Mines, Site Office of Construction Activities) are required to be registered under The Shops & Establishment Act.
Posted 27th September 2008 From India, New Delhi
Dear Sundeep, I am attaching the Act & rules of the Sop Act, Kindly go through it and just check up the applicabilty.
Posted 27th September 2008 From India, Delhi
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