Attendance Register As Per Shop & Commercial Establishment Act - CiteHR
Ram K Navaratna
Hr Consultancy
Ranjit0101
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Dear Seniors,
We are in Retail of readymade garments and comes under the Shop and Commercial Establishment Act. As per the Act, we are maintaining the Attendance Register (Form - G). Now we have installed the Biometric attendance machine for attendance. My question - Is there any need of manual attendance register to maintain by signing the individual employees.
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Thanks & Regards
Ranjit samal
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You are need of manual attendance register to maintain by signing the individual employees. Becauce labour inspector will be not accept it in soft copy.
Dear Ranajit
You have not mentioned in which state your shop lies.
If it is Karnataka under Sec. 25 D of Shops Act, permission is granted to maintain all these Registers in Computerized format in soft copy. The Act is amended. Hence hard copy is not required to show to authorities.
If you are not in Karnataka, check your state Act and rules.
Thanks
Ram K Navaratna
HR Resonance
Recently I was discussing the issue with few of the S&E inspectors, they are very cooperative and agreed that if we make the format provided by them in the softcopy, then we can maintain the same. They also informed that if we ask our bio-mteric vendor to design the forms as per the S&E then it will be a good idea. You can also take an exemption from the labour office if you have more than 500 employees.
regards
Dolphy Goveas
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