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Master piece PPT, appreciate ur efforts for posting a vey useful info.......keep up the gud work............
Really good effort. You would have added Contract Labour(abolition & regulation )act & Interstate migration act etc., to make it more useful to the beginners in HR. Good. BVR Raju
Hi Priya
Very good effort, I appreciate the ppt made by you.
Very apt background and fonts used.
Please update it after some time, incorporating all the suggestions, and repost it.
Thanks and regards.

Hi Priyadarshini,
THis is a very good effort.
The pains undertaken can be seen from the methodolgy used in disseminating so much info. Repeated readings will surely make you fine tune this wonderful effort.
A couple of suggestions which could be added either in Employer's responsibility or elsewhere is to ensure maintenance of congenial work atmosphere and prevention of sexual harassment.
think of it.

hi, useful information. if you have any presentation on statutory applicable to factories, pls forward. Regards Hariharan N
Dear Mam, Great work & your PPT shows there is a lot pain involved in it. But i beleive there are some amendments to be made in bonus and other acts. Correct me if i am wrong. Regards, Saran.
Dear Ms. Priya , This presentation is good but one mistake there payment of gratuity shall not exceed Rs. 10,00,000.
Hi Mr. Sajid,

Thank you for your comments. As I mentioned in that ppt, I have compiled this from a book called "Elements of Mercantile Law by (2007)". The same words are used in that book. There may be lot of changes happening after this book was written, and I will rectify the errors & enhance the material in future version.

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The list of various Central Labour Acts are given in detail in the below website List of various Central Labour Acts - Govt. of India <link updated to site home> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google )

We all can make use of it.

Dear Vidya Nair,
I will send you the final version, after rectifying some errors and including other laws such as The Contract Labour (Abolition & Regulation Act), Professional Tax etc.
To All,
Thank you for all your interest shown in my work. I'm pleased to have these many helping hands...!:)
Thanks & Regards,

Dear Maha,
As of now, I could not find any specific formula for finding out this relevant age factor value. But I can explain you the logic behind this.
This factor value decreases as the age increases. It means that their earning potential & number of years till their retirement - is decreasing as the age is increasing...
For age not more than
16 - the relevant factor is 228.54
17 - 227.49
18 - 226.38
19 - 225.22
30 - 207.98
40 - 184.17
50 - 153.09
60 - 117.41 and so on till 65 or more - 99.37
This is given that book. I will find and tell you in future/others may also help us on this.

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