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4hrd Started The Discussion:

Dear all can anybody explain me about the workers category what employees comes under skilled, semi skilled and unskilled.. regards

bhushan dahanukar - Member Since: Jun 2007
Dear Sender,

Take this case case study and work on in your factory.
There are generally four skills catagory of workmen working in factory/establishment.
1. Highly Skilled - The person who possess excellant knowledge and skills in his area of work and can teach to other people. He can do any difficult job in his area or produce best quality produce.
2. Skilled- The person who possess knowledge & skill in his area of work and can produce best production.
3. Semi-skilled- The person who possess certain skill in his area and can able to perform job in his area. But clsoe supervision is required to find quality / productivity. Normally, people after training period may considred as SEmi-skilled.
4. Unskilled- The person who are performing any casual job and does not require any skill for the job. viz. Helper, Peon, Sweeper etc.

regs
Bhushan

4hrd - Member Since: Mar 2007
dear bhushan,

now pl. guide me in the following case: -

we appointed an accountant (Delhi/NCR) his salray structure as below

Basic : 2800
HRA:1450
Conveyance:1250
Total : 5500/-

it is correct structure or we have to pay him basic VDA etc.

svsrana - Member Since: Mar 2007
once the salary crosses the minimum wages level, it doesnt make a difference as to what you pay.

a security supervisor is billed approx 20k pm, most small organsiations pay their HR manager the same.

surya

bhushan dahanukar - Member Since: Jun 2007
Whatever salary decided for accountant. It is sufficient. Donot give any additional D.A. to him. But Accountant is not fall under workmen catagory. Define proper grade to him. regs Bhushan Dahanukar

bhushan dahanukar - Member Since: Jun 2007
Whatever salary decided for accountant. It is sufficient. Donot give any additional D.A. to him. But Accountant is not fall under workmen catagory. Define proper grade to him. regs Bhushan Dahanukar

bhushan dahanukar - Member Since: Jun 2007
He will put in Supervisor grade or Assistant grade depend on his naure of job profile. regs Bhushan

hrshah - Member Since: Mar 2007
Hi Dear, Pl purchase Mimimum wages book, which will guide u about the diffrent catagory and their pay scale also and area of its applicability. regards, H.R.Shah

ramkumar lohia - Member Since: Mar 2010
can any one tell me that a security guard is comes in which category unskilled or semi skilled Tahnks Ramkumar

bharat.gera - Member Since: Oct 2011
Dear Mr Bhushan,

Please help me in finding out as to which law in india defines Unskilled workman, Semiskilled workman and skilled workman. I very well understand the difference in the skills but I am looking for a legal definition either by way of any enactment or by way of judgement by apex court.

Thanks & Regards
Bharat Gera



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