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Vinutha K
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Dear All
Pl find attached Karnataka Govt Gazette’s extract dated 02/08/2011, regarding Labour Welfare Fund contribution.
The revised Labour welfare fund contribution to be deducted from December salary is as follows :
To be deducted from employee: Rs.6/-
Employer Contribution: RS.12/-
Total of Rs.18/employee.
30th December 2011 From India, Bangalore

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Dear Sir, Can u please let me know what kind of document to be submitted at the time of return filing.
2nd January 2012 From France, Courbevoie
Dear Sir, Is there any minimum employees requirement to eligible for karnataka labour welfare board
4th January 2012 From France, Courbevoie
Dear Sir, Is there any minimum employees requirement to eligible for karnataka labour welfare board. Regds RSN
4th January 2012 From France, Courbevoie
u need to submit in Form D.
if ur organisation is a factory, by default it covers under this act.
minimum 50 employees should be there in case of shops & commercial establishment or registered under co operative Societies act
4th January 2012 From India, Bangalore
Hi, Vinutha here, Please reply me who are all elegibile for this labour welfare fund. Regards, Vinutha
4th January 2012 From India, Hyderabad
Ms. Vinutha

It is mandatory to remit contribution to the Welfare Fund at the rate of Rs. 6 : 12 that is Rupees eighteen from each employees including supervisory and management staff by the employers of all factories, plantations, workshops, motor, omnibus services, coming under Karnataka Labour Welfare Fund Act,1965. This compulsory contribution shall be made along with a statement in Form of ‘D’ prescribed under the Karnataka Labour Welfare Fund Act & Rules.

Similarly, employer’s of all the Shops and Commercial Establishments, Charitable Trusts, Societies registered under Karnataka Societies registration Act, 1960 and who employ fifty and more employees during the year are also required to pay compulsory contribution as stated above.

(Attention therefore is drawn to all concerned, and requested to pay compulsory contribution within 15th January 2010 and un-paid accumulation as per rules to the “ Welfare Commissioner, Karnataka Labour Welfare Board, Karmika Kalyana Bhavan, No-48, 2nd floor, Mathikere Main Road, (Near R.T.O. Office) Yeshwanthpur, Bangalore-22” for further clarification you may contact Phone No. 080-23570266 or visit, )
4th January 2012 From India, Bangalore
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