Jiwanjot Singh Started The Discussion:
Dear All, Please find attached Minimum Wages Revision w.e.f. 1 April 2011 for the Establishments covered under Central Govt. Regards, Jiwanjot
Posted 28th April 2011 From India, Delhi
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What exactly is this A, B and C area ? Ours is a metal trading house in Mumbai..so which area does it come under ?
Posted 29th April 2011 From India, Mumbai
Thank you for this valuable information. Please let us know what are these A,B,C areas.And what is the general classification , how do we know which one falls into which area. Regards Naveli
Posted 29th April 2011 From India, Mumbai
Hi all
The Area "A",and Area "B" shall respectively complrises of all the places as specified in the Annexure to the notification , include all places within 15 kilometer from the periphery of Municipal Corporation or Municipality or Cantonment Board or Notified Area Committee of a particular place . and Area "C" shall comprise all other places not mentioned in the Annexure to which the Minimum Wages Act 1948 extends

RLDhingra ,Advocate & Labour Law Consultant
Posted 29th April 2011 From India, Delhi
Dhingraji, The Area "A" is now revised. I am enclosing the notification. Pls go through it & explain which one is correct I am also very confused. Help me.
Posted 29th April 2011 From India, New Delhi
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Thanks for this information. Can anyone explain how do we classify employees into unskilled, semi-skilled, skilled and highly skilled category. What is the criteria for this? Thanks Neha
Posted 29th April 2011 From India
Ms. Neha

Please find below classification of skills.

SKILLED :Wireman, turner, Engineer, fitter, Designer, Forman, Tester, Tele. operator, Winder, Electrician, Assembler, Carpenter, Accountant, Head Clerk, Store keeper etc. etc.

SEMI SKILLED : Assistant-Turner Fitter Winder wireman Clearicle staff etc. etc.

UN SKILLED : Sweeper, Guard, Helper, Peon, Gardenkeeper etc etc.

Rgd
Ashok More
Posted 30th April 2011 From India, Ahmadabad
Ms. Neha

Please find below classification of skills.

SKILLED :Wireman, turner, Engineer, fitter, Designer, Forman, Tester, Tele. operator, Winder, Electrician, Assembler, Carpenter, Accountant, Head Clerk, Store keeper etc. etc.

SEMI SKILLED : Assistant-Turner Fitter Winder wireman Clearicle staff etc. etc.

UN SKILLED : Sweeper, Guard, Helper, Peon, Gardenkeeper etc etc.

Classification as per Shop & Establishment Act is as below

CLASS-IA = Manager, Officer, Clerk etc
CLASS-IB = Jr. Clerk, Driver etc
CLASS-II = Assistant
CLASS-III = Peon, Watchman, Helper

Rgd
Ashok More
Posted 30th April 2011 From India, Ahmadabad
Thanks for the valuable information. Is it applicable for automobile industry? regards, Shalini
Posted 30th April 2011 From India, Madras
DEAR ALL

ALSO NOTE THAT THERE IS TWO LABOUR COMMISSIONER i.e. LABOUR COMMISSIONER (CENTRAL) AND LABOUR COMMISSIONER STATE.

THE LABOUR COMMISSIONER STATE = COVER ALL INDUSTRIES PRIVATE, PUBLIC SECTOR ETC.

THE LABOUR COMMISSIONER (CENTRAL) = COVER THOSE INDUSTRIES WHOSE CONTROL UNDER CENTRAL GOVT. LIKE IOCL, BPCL, REFINERIES, GAIL, ONGC, BSNL ETC. ETC.

ABOVE BOTH AUTHORITY CAN'T INTEREFER EACH OTHER INDUSTRIES.


Rgd
Ashok More
Posted 30th April 2011 From India, Ahmadabad






 
 
 
 







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