Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
Labour Laws & Ir
If no one from your state member is replying then purchase the book on Bombay Labour Welfare Fund Act from the Labour Law Book-seller of your area & then go through the definition of the employee & the contribution provisions of this Act or otherwise do as the Inspector directs you.
27th September 2009 From India, Delhi
Being an IT company can you say that all those who are working in your company are "managerial or Supervisory" employees? What is meant by an employee having managerial or supervisory powers? If you simply say that one person is a supervisor, the same may not be accepted unless you prove that he has any supervisory powers, at least to sanction a leave to his subordinate employee or to appraise the performance of a subordinate.
It is not even possible to imagine that an establishment can work without "employees" but only with "Managers". IT sector may enjoy some benefits but not exempted from operation of basic laws. Therefore, if your IT Company is given licence to run under the Maharashtra Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, you are bound to pay welfare fund also subject to such conditions as provided under the Act.
28th September 2009 From India, Kannur
actually our company is registers in Noida. As per our business we are deployed our employee across India at client site. we want know that in Noida their is no applicability of LWF. weather we are libel to pay LWF of Deployed employees in each state or not. Please Revert ASAP.
12th July 2010 From India, Delhi
13th July 2010 From India, Kannur
In the light of the judgment of the Bombay High Court Standard Chartered Bank ..Petitioner. Vs.Vandana Joshi and another the defenition of worker has undergone a change .In that citation there is a reference to "Software Industry".Pls take specialist legal advice to avoid any coverage.
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16th July 2010 From India, Bangalore