Saswatabanerjee
Partner - Risk Management
R.N.Khola
Labour Laws & Ir
P Ramachandran
Hr & Administrative Manager
Yaasmin
Administrations
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Hello Seniors, Once we are already paying more then minimum wages so are we liable to pay impact of increase/revised minimum wages. Waiting for your guidelines. Regards, Bhuwan Singh Bisht
From India, Kashipur

The required condition is no employee should be paid below the minimum wages prescribed. so please periodically, say every April month, check whether your employees are more than minimum prescribed(by considering the factors Basic+DA)due to the DA rise.That is sufficient.
From India, Madras
7 views only one reply......!!!#$??%&?!!! Senior’s Pls I need some more reply. Regards, Bhuwan
From India, Kashipur
enclosed herewith the Minimum wages detail
From India, Mumbai

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Dear Bhuvan,
in this case, as an service provider to clients, i used to decrease the amount in other components andincrease in basic or da ( whichever applicaple) untill the client / principle employer increases the wages in contarct.
or else the employer has to maintain the basic and da as mentioned in the notification for that particular time.
From India, Mumbai
Dear Bhuwan,
If you are already paying more than or at par with the appropriate Govt. declared minimum wages at a particular time then you are not supposed to give any increase or arrears of wages resulted due to increase in Consumer Price Index No. until & unless you have any agreement/settlement in force with the employees for payment on increase of CPI.
R.N.Khola




From India, Delhi
Bhuwan, People will read or reply when they have time or find the topic interesting. As far as i know, No one is sitting waiting to serve you. Being abusive does not help.
From India, Mumbai
The min wages act says that you need to pay min wages as applicable at that time. That means revised wages need to be paid as soon as they are notified or increased by the government. The min wages are revised generally twice a year.
Also remember that min wages is basic plus da and not the total amount you are paying including anything you are giving structured as allowances. Further it's for an 8 hour shift.
From India, Mumbai
Dear Saswatabanerjee,
I posted my query here to increase my knowledge & to clear my doubt. This site is not about any bollywood news where you will find any interesting things then only you’ll add their comments. This site is for to help and share there knowledge to the members who are requesting for their guidelines.
By the way thanks for your response.


From India, Kashipur
Irrespective of whether you want to improve your knowledge, it is not obligatory on anyone to help you do it. No one is paying us to do it, so I or anyone is not obliged to post a comment unless we want to. I think you need an attitude change.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Saswatabanerjee & Bhuwansbist,
Both u and we all are wheels of running train and keep it running without any hesitations, every one here want to learn something more from each other so, be relaxed and keep sharing for the sake of knowledge,
Bhuwan u need not increase a salary if u or ur company is paying more than M.W. TILL M.W. meets the actual salary, then only u shall have to consider this point, of course it doesn't mean that u have to stop increments per year, becoz that is the booster for employees.
Pls. keep smiling and try to understand each other,
being a unknown friend this my suggestion; don't take it wrong way,
Regards,
KIRAN KALE
From India, Kolhapur
Kiran,
Just a point to ensure your (and other's) input is not mis-understood :
You do not have to increase salary so long as it is higher than the Current Minimum Wages notification. Also to note the fact that this is revised twice a year (and for maharashtra, also revised for shop and establishments again end of september 2010).

From India, Mumbai
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