ranjit0101
3

Please clarify me someone, INDUSTRIAL EMPLOYMENT (STANDING ORDERS) ACT, 1946 is applicable to establishment comes under Shop & Commercial Establishment Act or not.
From India, Delhi
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Jagadish347
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bhardwaj_ch1
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Applicability of the Standing Orders;- Every industrial establishment wherein 100 or more (in many states it is 50 or more). Any industry covered by Bombay Industrial Relations Act,1946. Industrial establishment covered by M.P. Industrial Employment (standing orders) Act,1961. Section1.
SO please go through ur state's ACT.

From India, Ahmadabad
ranjit0101
3

It is not clear. Please give me guidance Industrial Employment (standing Order) Act is applicable to Shop & Commercial Establishment Act or not. Thanks Ranjit
From India, Delhi
Ram K Navaratna
233

Dear Ranajit
Be clear your is establishment is to fulfil the desire of your owner through engaging workman. As such it falls under the definition of establishment.
Hence without any hesitation take all steps to cover under the act subject to the number
Thanks
Ram K Navaratna
HR Resonance

From India, Bangalore
Ram K Navaratna
233

Dear Ranjit
Be clear yours being establishment, owner's work being fulfilled through the engagement of workman, falls under establishment.
A such take all steps to cover subject to the number
Thanks
Ram K Navaratna
HR Resonance

From India, Bangalore
hr@vasariindia.com
Mr. Ram
I am also interested to know about the same. It is cleared from your discussion that where it is applicable but clear what are the contents of that standing order and what are it's formalitiies.
Bharat

From India, New Delhi
jagadish347
3

According to sec.38 of Bombay shops and establishments Act 1948,the standing orders were applicable to all establishments covered by the
said Act,irrespetive of number of employees.However this created lot of practical difficulties.The grocery shop owner employing only one or two
employees was required to hold domestic enquiry as per the standing
orders.The section was amended and now the Industrial Employment(standing order)Act,is applicable only to those establishments covered by The shops Act,which employ 50 or more employees.This is the position in
Maharashtra.In other states it may be different.

From India, Pune
p ramachandran
63

iF THE COMPANY ITSELF HAVE ITS OWN STANDING ORDERS,THE MODEL STANDING ORDERS GIVEN UNDER THE INDUSTRIAL ESTABLISHMENTS (STANDINGORDERS)ACT,1946 NEEDNOT TO BE FOLLOWED. OTHERWISE THE ESTABLISHMENT WILL COME UNDER THE ACT AND MODEL STANDING ORDERS MENTIONED UNDER.
From India, Madras
anu banerjee
Hiee i am anu actaully i wanted to know if a employee is not his duty and has absconded without informing the authorities what actiions an employer can take ???
From China
anilprathap
2

Pls clarify whethter the establishement covered under shp Act and do not carry any manufacturing work should come under the Standing Orders aact.?
From India, Kochi

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