Pbskumar2006
Sr.manager-hr
Rajeev Verma
Hr Professional

Thread Started by #rajmore22

Hi All
Pleaes help tell me if a worker has been called for Specific Training or for meetings after the shift over or on a weekly off.
do company is liable to pay OT on the duration which they attend.
what is legal procedure ?
thanks
Raj
18th August 2008 From India
Dear Raj.
It depends upon the company's policy. There is no legality involved in this. But usually the company provide OT to motivate the worker's for attending the training programme. But it is totally on the mutual agreement with the workers, it become more important if there is any Trade union, Works Committee.
19th August 2008 From India, Delhi
Hi Rajeev
thanx for your reply, in my case i do not have union committee as i dont have any union, but now a days workers are asking for OT. In this case mangnt is asking to reduce the training progms for workers.
anyway thanx
Raj
19th August 2008 From India
You have to convince regarding important of training programme to worker and company management if you reduce the training programme that will be effects on the productivity of company & personnel. Try to handle this issue very carefully and give the important to this issue.

let me know how you handle the situation.


Regards

Anand :-P
20th August 2008
Dear Raj,
You can just reduce the number of hours for the training programme, and also change the way of training.
Like other people are doing in their units .... Most of the training programmes meant for the workers are of short duration say for 1 hour duration and it is provided half an hour before the conclusion of their shift and they are retained for half an hour. In that way production is also not lost and workers are also happy not to ask for the OT.
During that training period serve them Tea and Biscuits.

20th August 2008 From India, Delhi
Dear Raj ji,Please see the attachment of central idea of the "OVERTIME" under factories act concern.Regards,PBS KUMAR
20th August 2008 From India, Kakinada

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