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apoorva97 Started The Discussion:

Dear All,

Please guide how to maintain the data in Form D as required to be maintained under Equal Remuneration Act, 1976, its frequency for up dation etc.

An early response is highly appreciable.

Rgds

k_shenbagarajan -  Member Since: Aug 2008
Dear Apoorva,

You have to fill form D once in a year or when ever there is a change in Basic or DA.

Mention the category of worker and there common slab salary. When there is a change in the wage then you can update the same in the register.

The importance of Form D is to show there is no discrimination between male and female workers in all cadres.


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apoorva97 -  Member Since: Sep 2011
Dear K_shenbagarajan Thank you so much for promptness you had shown in guiding. Touch wood I feel highly obliged. Rgds and once again hats off to you for prompt response

somsks -  Member Since: Feb 2013
Thanks Can you explain how to fill this form. Column wise . It is little confusing.

yogesh.mugli@gmail.com -  Member Since: Jul 2011
Dear Shenbagarayan Ji.. Please explain what is 'rate of remuneration'..? Besides shall we take just average salary or each individul..?

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