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vijay_nainy19 Started The Discussion:

Dear Friends,

Will anyone explain me the terms Skilled, Semi-skilled & UnSkilled workers/employees? How it is defined and who falls under these categories?

Waiting for your vaulable replies.

Regards,

Vijay
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vijay_nainy19 - Member Since: Nov 2006
Hi Friends,

No reply till date? 33 views but not a single reply, very disappointing!

It seems like this terms are not clear to anyone OR is there any confusion in my question? Please clear your doubts???

But, I am still waiting for your replies...

Regards,

Vijay
Silvassa

pranati - Member Since: Jan 2005
perhaps the reason could be that you have asked a question without going through this particular website only... http://www.citehr.com/definition-of-employee-under-various-acts-vt26102.html

vijay_nainy19 - Member Since: Nov 2006
Dear Friends, Shall I close this topic, as there is no reply till date. Our HR people......???? !!!!! Regards, vijay

meera_mba - Member Since: Apr 2009
Classification of skills Category.-
(A) Highly skilled.- Highly skilled work employee is one who does the work which involves skill or competence of extra-ordinary degree and possesses supervisory ability.

(B) Skilled.- Skilled employee is one who is capable of working independently and efficiently and turning out accurate working. He must be capable of reading and working on simple drawing circuits and process, if necessary.

(C ) Semi-skilled.- Semi-skilled employee is one who has sufficient knowledge of the particular trade or above to do respective work and simple job with the help of simple tools and machines.

(D) Un-skilled.- Un-skilled employee is one who possesses no special training and whose work involves the performance of the simple duties which require the exercise of little or no independent judgement or previous experience although a familiarity with the occupational environment is necessary.


UNSKILLED: PEON, CHOWKIDAR,DURBAN, WATCHMAN, CLEANER, SWEEPER, LOADER, HELPER, MALI comes in unskilled category.

SEMI SKILLED:---GATEKEEPER(CINEMA),ASST. OPERATOR, ASST ELECTRICIAN, BOOKBINDER,WAITER OR BEARER, MALI WITH TECHNICAL EXPERIENCE comes in unskilled category

SKILLED:--ELECTRICIN, MECHANIC, TAILORS, COOKS Comes in skilled category.

CLERICAL AND SUPERVISIORY STAFF: BOOK CLERK, TYPIST, RECEPTIONIST, TELEPHONE OPERATOR, TRAVELLING SALESMAN, comes in this category.

hitesh_dewan - Member Since: Dec 2007
you have got the ans,

still just collect the minimum wage notification from local labour office, wher you will get the detailed desgination wise chart and definition to differentiate between these,

hitesh

R.N.Khola - Member Since: Feb 2009
Dear Alka,

Go through the minimum rates of wages notification issued by the UT Chandigarh Administration for your applicable schedule employment for finalizing the category of these designations.
Regards,
R.N.Khola
Skylark Associates, Gurgaon (Haryana)
Labour Law Consultants (m) +91 9810405361
www.skylarkassociates.com/
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Originally Posted by Alka Kashyap View Post
In which catagory welder, turner and grinder will come

MR.SEETARAMA MOGER - Member Since: Aug 2011
Dear Vijay,

Don't get disappoint.. my advice is that first u try to find yourself , even u can't than accept from others and share with all us.

I HAVE TRIED TO GIVE SIMPLE AND BEST CLEARANCE ABOUT YOUR QUESTION AS BELOW;

Unskilled Labor : A segment of the work force associated with a low skill level or a limited economic value for the work performed (human capital). Unskilled labor is generally characterized by low education levels and small wages. Work that requires no specific education or experience is often available to workers who fall into the unskilled labor force.

Unskilled labor provides a significant part of the overall labor market, performing daily production tasks that do not depend on technical abilities or skills. Menial or repetitive tasks are typical unskilled labor positions. Jobs that can be fully learned in less than 30 days often fall into the unskilled labor category.

Skilled Labor : A segment of the work force with a high skill level that creates significant economic value through the work performed (human capital). Skilled labor is generally characterized by high education or expertise levels and high wages. Skilled labor involves complicated tasks that require specific skill sets, education, training and experience, and may involve abstract thinking.

Skilled labor is the specialized part of the labor force with advanced education. Examples of skilled labor include physicians, plumbers, attorneys, engineers, scientists, builders, architects and professors.

Highly Skilled Labor ; This working class stands in contrast to white collar workers, which historically have had the higher-paying, salaried positions to go with their clean and pressed white shirts.

I hope you got clear idea about all you required. Enjoy the day.

Regards,
Seetarama Moger

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