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Hi every one ... i am forwarding a jist of laws see if this informations are useful to you all Regards Divya
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I was looking out for this information and actually was planning to make one on my own. This has really saved my time. Very useful information posted. Thanks a lot. Regards, Kuldeep Singh Soun
From India, Vijayawada
Hi friends
Very good comprehensive documention.
I have a doubt while going thru the check list. I think, Workman Compensation Act is applicable in case where there is no applicability of ESI.
Please clarify.
Mangai
From India, Chennai
hi! Grt stuff with lots of legal information, which gives a clear snap shoot view. keep posting... regards, Adv. Sudien M Pote
From India, Mumbai
hi Mangli, yes when ESI is not applicable,there workmen compensation acts apply.. :) Divya
From India, Bangalore
Thanks for sending exhausted and informative details. if you have any other details related to laws please send it to me. Please let me know where are you working currently. Kunal Shah
From India, Vadodara
Divya,
I think you are working in legale departmetn please send me the details related to PF, ESI, or Insurance (WC, GPA) etc. i have download one check list of Labour lewis which very exhustred and informative.
Thanks,
Kunal Shah
From India, Vadodara
hello divya,
great work friend.
probably the best consised information kit i have ever come accross on internet.
even i appriciate this forum thgh. which i have got this information.
thanks and regards
jpn
From India, Delhi
Hi Divya,
you have forwarded a labour laws check list in last days.
this file cant be dowmloded by some defaut
could you plz forwarded this file
i wil be thank ful to you
with regards,
kavitha

From India, Maisuru
Hi Divya!
I am a student of Management. I am going to specialise in Human Resources and hence Labour Law is one of the most important elements of it. Its a great document you have compiled. Request you to keep up the good work.
Cheers,
Rohan
From India, Bangalore
Dear Hr Professional, Can u forard the attch copy of labour laws on my E-mail id because its not open at citehr.com. Looking for your co-operation Raj HR.Manager

hi,
its really an excellent work, thanks for the information. It will be helpful if you can give us info regarding labour laws applicable for IT industry regarding apprenticeship and for contract labour.
thanks,
kavitha
From India, Maisuru
Dear all,
can you please tell me if i have to renew or set a new organization culture in a new unit which my company is setting up, what laws should i have to apply and how do i have to apply them.
Please guide me on the following issues.
Thanks
Kind Regards,
Ankit
From India, Mumbai
hi divya,
thank u for forwarding me some relevant data but could it be possible for u to forward me some information on how to prepare training material on operators.
Thanking You
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From India, Mumbai
MONTH WISE CHECKLIST FOR SUBMISSION OF VARIOUS RETURNS (MUMBAI)

Month & Last Date NAME OF THE STATUTE FORM NAME OF RETURN / COMPLIANCE TO BE SENT TO



JAN 15 The Employment Exchange(CNV) ACT, 1959 ER-1 Quarterly Return Asst. Employment Officer, Churchgate.



15 The Mumbai Labour Welfare Fund ACT, 1953 A-1 Statement of Contribution of Dec. along with cheque Welfare Commissioner, Elphinstone Road. Mumbai - 13



30 The Profession Tax ACT, 1975 Form III Monthly Return a/w cheque Any Scheduled Bank.



30 The Contract Labour (R&A) ACT, 1970 XXIV Half Yearly Return - by Contractor Asst. Labour Commissioner



31 The Factories ACT, 1948 27 Annual Return Directorate of Industrial Safety & Health, Tardeo.



31 The maternity Benefit ACT, 1961 II Annual Return Directorate of Industrial Safety & Health, Tardeo.



31 The (National & Festival Holidays) ACT, 1963 V Annual Return Labour Office, Tardeo



FEB 1 The Minimum Wages ACT, 1948 III Annual Return Labour Inspector, Tardeo



15 The Contract Labour (R&A) ACT, 1970 XXI Annual Return - by Employer Asst. Labour Commissioner, Tardeo



15 The Payment of Wages ACT, 1936 V Annual Return Directorate of Industrial Safety & Health/Labour Officer, Tardeo.



28 The Profession Tax ACT, 1975 Form III Monthly Return a/w cheque Any Scheduled Bank.



MAR 30 The Profession Tax ACT, 1975 Form III Monthly Return a/w cheque Any Scheduled Bank.



APR 15 The Apprenticeship ACT, 1961 APP -2 Half Yearly Return March Ending Dy. Apprenticeship Advisor, Sion



15 The Employment Exchange(CNV) ACT, 1959 ER-1 Quarterly Return Asst. Employment Officer, Churchgate.



30 The Profession Tax ACT, 1975 Form III Monthly Return a/w cheque Any Scheduled Bank.



30 The Employees Provident Fund ACT, 1952 3A & 6A Annual Individual Returns & Returns of Contributions Regional Provident Fund Commissioner



MAY 12 The Employees State Insurance ACT, 1948 6 Summary of Contribution in Quadruplicate a/w Challans Local Office



30 The Profession Tax ACT, 1975 Form III Monthly Return a/w cheque Any Scheduled Bank.



JUNE 30 The Profession Tax ACT, 1975 Form III Monthly Return a/w cheque Any Scheduled Bank.



JULY 15 The Employment Exchange(CNV) ACT, 1959 ER-1 Quarterly Return Asst. Employment Officer, Churchgate.



15 The Factories ACT, 1948 28 Half Yearly Return Directorate of Industrial Safety & Health, tardeo.



15 The Mumbai Labour Welfare Fund ACT, 1953 A-1 Statement of Contribution of June Welfare Commissioner, Elphinstone Road.



30 The Profession Tax ACT, 1975 Form III Monthly Return a/w cheque Any Scheduled Bank.



30 The Contract Labour (R&A) ACT, 1970 XXIV Half Yearly Return -by Contractor Asst. Labour Commissioner, Tardeo



AUG 30 The Profession Tax ACT, 1975 Form III Monthly Return a/w cheque Any Scheduled Bank.



SEPT 30 The Profession Tax ACT, 1975 Form III Monthly Return a/w cheque Any Scheduled Bank.



OCT 15 The Apprenticeship ACT, 1961 APP -2 Half Yearly Return Sept ending Dy. Apprenticeship Advisor, Sion



15 The Employment Exchange(CNV) ACT, 1959 ER-1 Quarterly Return Asst. Employment Officer, Churchgate.



30 The Profession Tax ACT, 1975 Form III Monthly Return a/w cheque Any Scheduled Bank.



30 The Factories ACT, 1948 3 Application for Renewal of License Directorate of Industrial Safety & Health, Tardeo.



31 The Contract Labour (R&A) ACT, 1970 VII Application for Renewal of License Commissioner of Labour



NOV 12 The Employees State Insurance ACT, 1948 6 Summary of Contribution in Quadruplicate a/w Challans Local Office at Colaba/Vashi



30 The Profession Tax ACT, 1975 Form III Monthly Return a/w cheque Any Scheduled Bank.



30 The (National & Festival Holidays) ACT, 1963 I & IV Application for approval of holidays with list Labour Office, Tardeo



DEC 15 The Bombay Shops & Establishment ACT, 1948 B Renewal of Registration Certificate Respective Municipal Ward Office



30 The Profession Tax ACT, 1975 Form III Monthly Return a/w cheque Any Scheduled Bank.



30 The Payment of Bonus ACT, 1965 D Annual Return Asst. Labour Commissioner, Tardeo



TIME LIMIT FOR SUBMISSION OF RETURNS / COMPLIANCE

TIME LIMIT NAME OF THE STATUTE FORM NAME OF RETURN / COMPLIANCE TO BE SENT TO



Every Month 15th The Employees Provident Fund ACT, 1952 Challans Remittance of Contributions State Bank of India, Konkan Bhavan, Belapur, Branch



Every Month 21st The Employees State Insurance ACT, 1948 Challans Remittance of Contributions State Bank of India, Vashi-Turbhe Branch



Every Month 25th The Employees Provident Fund ACT, 1952 Form 5,10 & 12 A Regional Provident Fund Office, Area wise The Regional Provident Fund Commissioner, 341,Bhavishya Nidhi Bhavan, Bandra(East), Mumbai - 400 051



Every Month 30th The Profession Tax ACT, 1975 5 Monthly Return Asst. Professional Tax, Mazgaon



Intimate fatal/death & within 48 Hrs. in case of Minor The Employees State Insurance ACT, 1948 16 Accident Report



Every Month The Apprenticeship ACT, 1948 Printed Format Bill for Reimbursement Dy. Apprenticeship Advisor



4 Hrs of occurrence The Factories ACT, 1948 24 Notice of Accident /Dangerous Occurrence Directorate of Industrial Safety occurrence & Health



12 Hrs of occurrence The Factories ACT, 1948 24 Report of Accident Directorate of Industrial Safety occurrence & Health



7 days of incident The Workmen's Compensation ACT, 1923 EE Report of Serious bodily injuries/fatal accidents Commissioner of Workmen's Compensation labour Office



Bi-Annual The Employment Exchange ERII Bi- Annual Return Asst. Employment Officer



CHECK LIST FOR STATUTORY COMPLIANCES

Sr. Brief of Requirements Section No. Last date for Submitting Statement, Returns,Renewal of Licence etc. To Whom it should be submitted Compliance Status Remarks

1 Approval of plan 6(1) In prescribed Form No. 1 before starting manufacturing process in any new building, or extended part of the building. Jt. Director Industrial Safety & Health. Plans for HSM, SIP & IMIL got approved. Subseuqent changes, additional plans is being submitted for approval from time to time.

2 Factory Licence 6 (d) Factory Licence to be obtained before starting the plant and it should be renewed before October every year. do Complied & renewed upto 31st December 2002 for IIL & IMIL.

3 Notice for change of Occupier/Manager 7 Within 7 days from the date person takes over the charge do Complied. -

4 Statutory Health Check up of Employees. Rule 73 - V Medical examination of every employee shall be conducted once in 6 months. Health register in Form 7 to be maintained. Being complied.

5 Occupational Health center Rule 73 - W - - Being maintained for IIL. Not complied for IMIL.

6 Register of Adult workers ( Attendance Register) Sec. 62 Register to be maintained in Form No. 17. - Being maintained online.

7 Leave with wages register & Leave book Rule 105 Register to be maintained in Form No. 20. - Being maintained online.

8 Report of Accident and Dangerous occurences. Rule - 115 Intimation within 4 hours in case of fatal accident. Report should be given in Form No. 24 & 24A within 12 hours / 24 hours in case of fatal / non fatal as the case may be. Jt.Director Industrial Safety & Health being complied.

9 Accident Register Rule - 123 Register to be maintained in Form No. 30. - being complied.

10 Annual Return Rule - 119 (1) On or before 1st February of each year in Form No. 27. Jt.Director Industrial Safety & Health being complied.

11 Holiday List Rule - 119 (3) Before 31st December each year. Jt.Director Industrial Safety & Health being complied.

12 Inspection Book Rule - 124 Inspection book in Form No. 31 to be maintained. - being maintained.

1 Registration. Sec - 7 Registration certificate to be obtained once and it should be amended when there is any change in the particulars specified in Certificate within 15 days from the date of change takes place. Asst. Commissioner of Labour being complied.

2 Annual Return Rule 62(2) Before 31st January each year in Form No. 21. Asst. Commissioner of Labour being complied.

3 Register of Contractors. Rule 55 Register to be maintained in Form No. VIII. Asst. Commissioner of Labour Being maintained online.

4 Payment to Contract Labours Rule 46 & 54(2) Before 10th of every month. To be made before Company's Representative Asst. Commissioner of Labour Not being complied.

1 Notification of Vacancies 5 To notify all vancancies at least 15 days before appointment in prescribed form. Local Employment Exchange. Not being complied.

2 Quarterly Return 6 Return should be sent in prescribed form by 30th of every quarter end. - do - do- Return

3 Bi-annial Return 6 Return should be sent once in two year in prescribed form. - do - do- Return

1 Registration of Contract of Apprenticeship. 4 Every Contract of Apprenticeship should be sent for registration in prescribed form. Apprenticeship advisor. Being complied Required number of apprentices were not engaged in yr. 2001.

2 Records and Return 10 Return ( APP 4 ) to be submitted within 7 days of joinig the apprentices. State Apprenticeship advisor. Being complied.

1 Payment of Compensation. 4,4A To deposit the compensation in case of disablement. Ex- officio Commissioner under the Act. Being complied.

1 Payment of minimum wages . 4 Minimum wages has to be paid by the Company and Contractor as per the rates decided by Govt. Of Maharashtra - Being complied by the company. (Compliance by Contractor is poor)

1 HRA @5 % has to be paid to all employees including contrat labour 4 Being complied by the company. (Compliance by Contractor is poor)

1 Notice of date of payment. 26(3)(d) Wages are to be disbursed in time before 10 th of each month - Being complied by the company. (Compliance by Contractor is poor)

1 Contribution towrds Labour Welfare Fund as per the prescribed rates. 6 - BB Form A1 Cum Return before 15th of January & July Every Year . Commissioner under the Act. Being complied. (Contract labour compliance is poor)

1 Every month contribution towards PF and Family Pension has to be made @12% of basic of employees Being complied. (Contract labour compliance is poor) Many contractors have not obtained PF Code No. Inspite of repeated reminder and follow up

2 AC I , II, X, XXI,XXII Para 29 & 10 15TH OF EVERY MONTH

3 FORM NO 12A 20TH OF EVERY MONTH

4 FORM NO 5 & 10 Para 36(2) (a) & (b) 20TH OF EVERY MONTH

1 Licence Rule 6 15 th December Inspector under the Act. Being complied fro CBD Office. Applicable for CBD & City Offices.

1 The company has to be registered under the Act for employing Mathadi Labours. Not yet registered.

STATUTORY COMPLIANCES OF THE COMPANEY

Sr. No. Act Sr. Brief of Requirements Section No. Present Status To Whom it should be submitted Compliance Status Remarks

1 The Factories Act, 1948. 1 Approval of plan 6(1) As & when there is new Building Jt. Director Industrial Safety & Health. Plans for HSM, SIP & IMIL got approved. Subseuqent changes, additional plans is being submitted for approval from time to time.

2 Factory Licence 6 (d) IMIL-Licence renewed for the year 2004, IIL-is pending as Occupier & Factory Manageer is out of station. Licence Fees is already paid. do Complied & renewed upto 31st December 2002 for IIL & IMIL.

3 Notice for change of Occupier/Manager 7 As & when required do Complied. -

4 Statutory Health Check up of Employees. Rule 73 - V Being Complied Health register in Form 7 to be maintained. Being complied.

5 Occupational Health center Rule 73 - W Being Complied - Being maintained for IIL.

6 Register of Adult workers ( Attendance Register) Sec. 62 Being Complied - Being maintained online.

7 Leave with wages register & Leave book Rule 105 Being Complied - Being maintained online.

8 Report of Accident and Dangerous occurences. Rule - 115 Being Complied Jt.Director Industrial Safety & Health Being maintained.

9 Accident Register Rule - 123 Being Complied - Being maintained.

10 Annual Return Rule - 119 (1) Being Complied Jt.Director Industrial Safety & Health Being maintained.

11 Holiday List Rule - 119 (3) Being Complied Jt.Director Industrial Safety & Health Being maintained.

12 Inspection Book Rule - 124 Being Complied - Being maintained.

2 Contract Labour ( Regulation & Abolition ) Act,1970 1 Registration. Sec - 7 Being Complied Asst. Commissioner of Labour R C Obtained for year 2004

2 Annual Return Rule 62(2) Being Complied Asst. Commissioner of Labour Being maintained.

3 Register of Contractors. Rule 55 Pending Asst. Commissioner of Labour Being maintained.

4 Payment to Contract Labours Rule 46 & 54(2) Being Complied Asst. Commissioner of Labour Being maintained.

3 Employment Exchange ( CNV) Act 1959 1 Notification of Vacancies 5 Being Complied Local Employment Exchange. Not being complied.

2 Quarterly Return 6 Being Complied - do - Being maintained.

1 3 Bi-annial Return 6 Being Complied - do - Being maintained.

4 Apprentices Act.1961 1 Registration of Contract of Apprenticeship. 4 Being Complied Apprenticeship advisor. Being complied Required number of apprentices were not engaged in yr. 2001.

2 Records and Return 10 Being Complied State Apprenticeship advisor. Being complied.

5 Workmen Compensation Act,1923 1 Payment of Compensation. 4,4A As & when required Ex- officio Commissioner under the Act. Being complied.

6 The Minimum Wages Act,1948. 1 Payment of minimum wages As per the Act. 4 Being Complied - Being complied by the company.

7 The Maharashtra Workmen's Minimum House Rent Allowance Act, 1983 1 HRA @5 % has to be paid to all employees including contrat labour 4 Being Complied Being complied

8 Payment of Wages Act.1936 1 Notice of date of payment. 26(3)(d) Being Complied - Being complied by the company.

9 The Bombay Labour Welfare Fund Act 1 Contribution towrds Labour Welfare Fund as per the prescribed rates. 6 - BB Being Complied Commissioner under the Act. Being complied.

10 The Employees PF&Misc. Provisions Act 1 Every month contribution towards PF and Family Pension has to be made @12% of basic of employees Being Complied Being complied. Many contractors have not obtained PF Code No. Inspite of repeated reminder and follow up

12 The Bombay Shops & Establishment Act 1948. 1 Licence Rule 6 Being Complied Inspector under the Act. Being complied fro CBD Office. Applicable for CBD & City Offices.

13 The Mathadi Hamal & Other manual Workers ( Regulation of Employment & Welfare ) Act 1969 1 The company has to be registered under the Act for employing Mathadi Labours. Not to be registered. Not yet registered.

Statutory Compliances to be followed by the Contracters

Sr. No. Act Brief of Requirements Section No. Remarks

1 The Factories Act, 1948. Leave with wages register & Leave book Rule 105 To be produced as and when demanded.

2 Contract Labour ( Regulation & Abolition ) Act,1970 Annual Return Rule 62(2) Asst. Commissioner of Labour

Muster Roll in form No.XIII, Wage Register in form No.XIII, Wage SlipinXVS, Employment Card Form No. X Rule 27 To be produced as and when demanded.

Payment to Contract Labours Rule 46 & 54(2)

3 Workmen Compensation Act,1923 Payment of Compensation. 4,4A Ex- officio Commissioner under the Act.

4 The Minimum Wages Act,1948. Payment of minimum wages . 4

5 The Maharashtra Workmen's Minimum House Rent Allowance Act, 1983 HRA @5 % has to be paid to all employees including contrat labour 4

6 Payment of Wages Act.1936 Notice of date of payment. 26(3)(d)

7 The Bombay Labour Welfare Fund Act Registration under the Act, & Contribution towrds Labour Welfare Fund as per the prescribed rates. 6 - BB Commissioner under the Act.

8 The Employees PF&Misc. Provisions Act Every month contribution towards PF and Family Pension has to be made @12% of basic of employees

AC I , II, X, XXI,XXII Para 29 & 10 Any SBI

FORM NO 12A, 5 & 10 Any SBI

Form 3A & 6A Para 36(2) (a) & (b) Respective PF authority

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1 Name of the Contractor



2 Registration Number of Establishment if any,



3 Provident Fund Code Number



4 ESIC Code Number



5 Workmen Compensation Policy Number



W.C. Policy valid up to







6 Profession Tax Code Number



7 Service Tax Code Number



8 Labour License Registration Number
From India, Mumbai
Hai...sir Your checklist is simply great as my exams are approaching your checklist helped me to go through different laws easily. Thank you very much... With regards Madhu.m.s
From India, Bangalore
Can anybody send me the updated minimum wages of all the states as on 01st April 2008 Thnx Ravi Gupta
From India, New Delhi
Dear Divya ji, Still my article posting is running in LEGAL site. in this citehr. Friends go through. Regards, PBS KUMAR 9848499629
From India, Kakinada
hi DIVYA madam. thank you
I am GOWRI PARAMESWARA RAO Y. Pursuing Master of Human Resource Management 2nd year. these case laws are mostly useful to my interviwe purpose. Every HR student must know the labour laws.
thanks.........
From India, Visakhapatnam
Hi Divya.... Good one.... Gr8 wrk... Like the way it has been documented. Very professional. Regards, Muthu
From India, Bangalore
Wow its really superb to get the gist on various laws crisply. Any one can be educated with this. I really appreciate your work.

Dear Divvya, Many of the things has got revised and updated ,which is not covered in your attachment.Pl update it. Regards, AS
From India, Rohtak
Hi Divya,
Great way to present the info for a quick review. Very Handy. Thanks for sharing your efforts. India is a land full of neumerous laws. Can you help me out by list the specific laws applicable to a HR company involved in staffing and recruitment service. One can be never sure that they are complying all the laws. I am into internal audit and need to help my organisation by pointing out the defficiency if any.
Thanks once again for the jist uploaded.
Regards,
Hitesh
From India, Mumbai
Hi every one ... i am forwarding a jist of laws see if this informations are useful to you all:) Regards Divya hi divya, i have seen ur information. Tha
From India, Visakhapatnam
divya can u help me out regarding labour laws,i want a list of main and simple laws which require mostly for all kind of companies.and which i can keep in mind.earlier list was difficult for me to store in my brain.plzz.
From India, Mumbai
Divya,
At the outset, i express my sincere gratitude, u have made an excellent compilation and ready recokner, for any one, this shows your willingness to share and let benefit every one who views details and shows your command on the subject, hats of to u, keep posting,
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From India, Faridabad
Dear all,
While appreciating the sharing by Divya, care should be taken in interpretation as the compilation by Mr. PBS Kumar has to be updated with amendments. Eg., Payment of Gratuity Act, ESI Act., etc.
Thanks.
HC. Subbaramu
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From India, Kochi
Dear all, As i recently joined an organisation as a Executive HR. Kindly Suggest me from where i can get all Uttarakhand Acts (i.e. Factory Act, Laboue,PF,ESI,etc)
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Human Resource & Labour Laws

Introduction:

The term `labour legislation’ is used to cover all the laws which have been enacted to deal with “employment and non-employment” wages, working conditions, industrial relations, social security and welfare of persons employed in industries.

Need for labour legislation in India:

1. Organized industry in a planned economy calls for the spirit of co-operation and mutual dependence for attaining the common purpose of greater, better and cheaper production.

2. Since this has not been happening voluntarily, the need for State intervention.

3. In India, labour legislation is treated as an arm of the State for the regulation of working and living conditions of workers.

The need for labour legislation may be summarized as under:

1. Necessary for the health, safety, and welfare of workers;

2. Necessary to protect workers against oppressive terms as individual worker is economically weak and has little bargaining power;

3. To encourage and facilitate the workers in the organization;

4. To deal with industrial disputes;

5. To enforce social insurance and labour welfare schemes.

Objectives:

The objectives of labour legislations are two-fold:

1. Preservation of the health, safety and welfare of workers; and

2. Maintenance of good relations between employers and employees.

Principles of labour legislation:

Social Justice:

1. The essence of democracy is ensuring social justice to all sections of the community.

2. This demands the protection of those who cannot protect themselves.

3. In modern industrial set-up, workers, left to themselves, are unable to protect their interest.

4. Therefore, the State has to intervene to help them by granting them freedom of association, the power of collective bargaining and by providing for mediation or arbitration in the case of industrial conflict.

Social Equity:

1. Legislation based on this principle provides for achievement of definite standards. Standards in terms of living, position in society etc. of the working population. These standards for the working class can be achieved by bringing about changes in the Law of our land.

2. Power to change the Law is exercised by the government. Existing laws may be amended to meet the changed standards.

National Economy:

1. Measures have to be provided through legislation to:

2. Ensure normal growth of industry for the benefit of the nation as a whole;

3. Satisfy the physical and intellectual needs of the citizens;

4. Ensure the growth of industrial efficiency such as to adjust the wage system with a view to increase the productivity and prosperity of the workers.

International Uniformity:

1. Since its inception, securing minimum standards (for the working population – worldwide) on a uniform basis in respect of all labour matters has been the main objective of ILO.

2. To this end, conventions are passed at the conferences of ILO.

3. As a member of the ILO, adopting these conventions would require appropriate legislation to be brought about.

4. The influence of international labour conventions has been significant in shaping the course of labour legislation in India.

Labour Legislation in India:

In India, we have many labour laws that affect the labour conditions. The main laws are:

1. The Factories Act, 1948.

2. The Trade Union Act, 1926.

3. The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947.

4. The Payment of Wages Act, 1936.

5. The Minimum Wages Act, 1948.

6. The Equal Remuneration Act, 1976.

Laws related to Industrial Relations:-

1 The Trade Unions Act, 1926

The Trade Unions (Amendments) Act, 2001

2 The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946

The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Rules, 1946

3 The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

Laws related to Wages

1 The Payment of Wages Act, 1936

The Payment of Wages Rules, 1937

The Payment of Wages (AMENDMENT) Act, 2005

2 The Minimum Wages Act, 1948

The Minimum Wages (Central) Rules, 1950

3 The Working Journalist (Fixation of Rates of Wages) Act, 1958

Working Journalist (Conditions of service) and Miscellaneous Provisions Rules, 1957

4 The Payment of Bonus Act, 1965

The Payment of Bonus Rules, 1975

Laws related to Working Hours, Conditions of Services and Employment

1 The Factories Act, 1948

2 The Dock Workers (Regulation of Employment) Act, 1948

3 The Plantation Labour Act, 1951

4 The Mines Act, 1952

5 The Working Journalists and other Newspaper Employees’ (Conditions of Service and Misc. Provisions) Act, 1955

The Working Journalists and other Newspaper Employees’ (Conditions of Service and Misc. Provisions) Rules, 1957

6 The Merchant Shipping Act, 1958

7 The Motor Transport Workers Act, 1961

8 The Beedi & Cigar Workers (Conditions of Employment) Act, 1966

9 The Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, 1970

The Contract Labour Regulation Rules

10 The Sales Promotion Employees (Conditions of Service) Act, 1976

The Sales Promotion Employees (Conditions of Service) Rules, 1976

11 The Inter-State Migrant Workmen (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1979

12 The Shops and Establishments Act

13 The Cinema Workers and Cinema Theatre Workers (Regulation of Employment) Act, 1981

The Cinema Workers and Cinema Theatre Workers (Regulation of Employment) Rules, 1984

The Cine Workers’ Welfare Fund Act, 1981.

14 The Dock Workers (Safety, Health & Welfare) Act, 1986

15 The Building & Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment & Conditions of Service) Act, 1996

16 The Dock Workers (Regulation of Employment) (inapplicability to Major Ports) Act, 1997

Laws related to Equality and Empowerment of Women

1 The Maternity Benefit Act, 1961

2 The Equal Remuneration Act, 1976

Laws related to Deprived and Disadvantaged Sections of the Society

1 The Bonded Labour System (Abolition) Act, 1976

2 The Child Labour (Prohibition & Regulation) Act, 1986

3 The Children (Pledging of Labour) Act, 1933

Laws related to Social Security

1 The Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923

The Workmen's Compensation (Amendments) Act, 2000

2 The Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948

3 The Employees’ Provident Fund & Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952

The Employees’ Provident Fund & Miscellaneous Provisions (Amendment) Act, 1996

4 The Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972

The Payment of Gratuity Rules

5 The Unorganised Woekers' Social Security Act 2008

The Unorganised Workers' Social Security Rules 2008

Laws related to Labour Welfare

1 The Mica Mines Labour Welfare Fund Act, 1946

2 The Limestone & Dolomite Mines Labour Welfare Fund Act, 1972

3 The Beedi Workers Welfare Fund Act, 1976

4 The Beedi Workers Welfare Cess Act, 1976

The Beedi Worker's Welfare Cess Act Rules, 1977

5 The Iron Ore Mines, Manganese Ore Mines & Chrome Ore Mines Labour Welfare Fund Act, 1976

6 The Iron Ore Mines, Manganese Ore Mines & Chrome Ore Mines Labour Welfare Cess Act, 1976

7 The Cine Workers Welfare Fund Act, 1981

8 The Cine Workers Welfare Cess Act, 1981

9 The Employment of Manual Scavengers and Construction of Dry latrines Prohibition Act, 1993

Laws related to Employment & Training

1 The Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Act, 1959

The Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Rules, 1959

2 The Apprentices Act, 1961

Others

1 The Fatal Accidents Act, 1855

2 The War Injuries Ordinance Act, 1943

3 The Weekly Holiday Act, 1942

4 The National and Festival Holidays Act

5 The War Injuries (Compensation Insurance) Act, 1943

6 The Personal Injuries (Emergency) Provisions Act, 1962

7 The Personal Injuries (Compensation Insurance) Act, 1963

8 The Coal Mines (Conservation and Development) Act, 1974

10 The Labour Laws (Exemption from Furnishing Returns and Maintaining Register by Certain Establishments) Act, 1988
From India, New Delhi
the above is very useful for HR professional. Regards, Supremo Vinod Shah .. http: // vinodshah.web.officelive.com
From India, New Delhi
Hi, Labour Law checklist is very useful in indusrial sector. Tanxs&Regards, Sandip Patare. 9604301842.
From India, Pune
Hi Divya 1.Is it applicable to only who working under central/state Govt . 2.The above law is also applicable to Pvt Ltd Industries ????
From India, Visakhapatnam
Thanks for this.

I am working in an IT company at Bangalore. In our CTC they have shown yearly bonus as Retention Bonus and Variable Bonus.

Could some one please explain, if a company has mentioned Retention bonus and Performance bonus as below but is not paying it since last 3 years to any employees and they doesn't respond to any employee query related to bonus, then what can be done for that.

Period of Payment:

When an employee completes his one year service with the company from his date of joining he is eligible for bonuses as per his salary annexure. The payout thereafter will be made on quarterly basis and the date of joining of an employee is taken into account. For all purpose the employee’s performance criteria is taken into account.

Retention bonus:

It is paid based on employees who have not been rated 'Needs Improvement' are eligible to receive 100% of the Retention Bonus amount mentioned in their salary annexure.

Variable bonus:

It is paid based on the performance rating of the employee. An employee is eligible for 100% of the amount mentioned in his/her salary annexure if his appraisal rating is Excellent, 75% if the rating is Very good, 50% if the rating is Good and 25% if the rating is

Average.

Employees with needs improvement are not eligible for both retention and variable bonus. All payouts will be made only through the payroll.

Approval Process

All bonuses amount and the period of payout will be approved by the Managing Director only.

Disqualification:

An employee shall be disqualified from receiving bonus, if he/she has resigned or dismissed from service for fraud, insubordination, disloyalty, misconduct, non performance or terminations. At the time of disbursement of the bonuses an employee
From India, Bangalore
Dear Divya, Whenever put the list, Pl. before check the updated notification like in Gratuity Act. Sec. 4B Maximum Limit of Gratuity is increase from Rs.350000 to Rs.1000000. Regards, Shailesh Parmar
From India, Lucknow
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