Industrial Relations And Labour Laws

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Dear sir
my self mahendra kumar srivastava, recently i joined a hotel/restaurent industry as a HR Manager.i am a first person in HR department in this company.there are 100 employee. some of them are onroll of the company some of them are casual basis and some of them are on contract basis.there expectation is very high from my side what first step we should as a HR Manager.pls guide me its urgent

From India, New Delhi
As an HR person you have to ensure that all statutory relationship are in order. There shall not be any employee who is working in the establishment without any appointment order. If outsourced, ensure that the contractor has provided the employee the employment card. Also ensure that the contractor is paying at least minimum wages to the employees engaged by him in your establishment. Also see that he is paying the wages in time, that is before 7th of the wage period. Find that he remits the ESI and EPF in time.

With regard to the employees on your roll also, ensure that statutory deductions are made from the salary and are remitted in advance. If you do not have a leave rule, introduce it and to start with let it be at par with Shops and Establishments Act of your state. Assure holidays with wages after every 6 days of work to all employees and give them compensatory off for any festival or national holiday worked by them. As far as possible, do not over burden the employees and arrange shifts according to the maximum spread over permitted by the Act. Above all, have good relationship with employees and make them feel that HR is meant for relationship where they can address their grievances and it is not meant for firing.



From India, Kannur
Thankyou sir
as i told you sir about my company. there are onroll/contractual employee in that case what are the mothaly/half yearly/annual returns.i analyze what you told me what should be the next step.
thankyou sir

From India, New Delhi
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