Alphonse Started The Discussion:
Dear Friends

Happy new year to you all

I am attaching the hand book issued by the Tamil Nadu labour welfare board. Since we have deducted Rs.7.00 from our employees as TNLWBd contribution this manuel will explain the benefits for the employees from the Board.


Posted 7th January 2012 From India, Madras
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hello all
Can you please help me have a compendium of all labour legislations in the following states, where teh Company I work for now, operates:
Tamil Nadu
Andhra Pradesh
Thanking you in anticipation!
Posted 8th January 2012
Dear Alphonse

I am a HR Manager in leading Logistics company at Chennai. We requested for Part time (4 to 8 PM) Some Sales girls at chennai, and also we requested for Logistics Supervisors.

If any candidates avilable at your end please refer me.

Dharani dharan V
Manager HR
Unipel Logisics
Posted 9th January 2012 From India, Bangalore
Dear Alphonse Good information. Thanks Ram K Navaratna HR Resonance Visit:
Posted 9th January 2012 From India, Bangalore
Hi, I need to take mediclaim poliicy for our Staff. Employee Gross Salary Rs.10000/- per month above. It is correct? if any updates please give the exact Gross Salary. R.Arunkumar
Posted 10th January 2012 From India, Madras
Dear Friends

Thanks for your encouragment.

Dear Arun

There is no limit for taking mediclaim policy. it is depend upon the Company willingness. But most of the company will take mediclaim policy for those who are not covered under ESI Act. (Wage celling is 15,000.). This is for your information


Posted 10th January 2012 From India, Madras
Dear Arun & other Friends....

Pl also note that taking mediclaim policy is not Statutory welfare. It is basically an additional welfare provided by the company for betterment of their employees.

If your company is not covered under ESI Act (due to non-coverage area or employees are crossed wage celling of Rs 15000), it is not correct method to take a mediclaim policy as an alternative. We have to go for Employees compensation Act ( formally WC Act)

Thanigainathan M
Posted 10th January 2012 From India, Madras
Dear Alphonse I need to improve my statutory knowledge in the Personnel Management. Give me suggestions. Regards, Nithya
Posted 10th January 2012 From India, Tiruppur


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