Applicable Laws For HR - CiteHR
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I need to know what all HR related laws are applicable to a non manufacturing company (i.e. Company is in Trading business only). If any standard book or manual or website can be suggested covering basics of applicable laws.
Thank you
Krishan Kapoor

If you indicate number of employees it is easy to give the list of laws applicable. I presume HR laws means laws applicable under statutory acts. BHAVAN
Hi,
ESIC Act,
PF Act,
Shop and establishment act,
Minimum wages act,
The payment of wages act,
National and festival holidays act,
Subssistance allowance act,
Local Panchayath act (Corporation/Municipality/Village etc.)

Hi everyone, Can you please let me know if any of these or any other HR law is applicable for an IT organisation comprising of 15 employees.
Hi Bhanu
The Statutes applicable for a firm with 20 or more employees will be PF & ESI. However, the other acts viz., minimum wages act, National and festival holidays is as per the discretion of the management.
Regards
HR

Hello Everyone,
If you want to keep yourself updated with HR related laws in India I would recommend all of you to visit this website HR Law | Asklabourproblem. If you have missed anything "Ask Labour Problem" will be able to help you with your queries. "Ask Labour Problem" is a trusted website. The contents are contributed by a reputed law firm.
The information available is absolutely free of charge. Hope you all will get benefited.

Labour law is vast. Try to read as much Acts as possible. But for complicated situations, hire a lawyer.
You can also look for books by H L Kumar on labour laws. His books are very good for general people (non-legal background) and easy to understand.

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