Kknair
Hr, Ir, Law, Disc. Matters
+2 Others

Dear Sir,
What is challan and how it can create an adverse effect in a labour case when referred to labour court/industrial tribunals (when an employer does not attend/participate in labour-cum-conciliation proceeding, despite being invited by/show cause notice by labour authorities, it often threaten of challan)
kindly comment.
regards,
29th January 2012 From India, Delhi
Dear Naresh, Challan in this context means prosecution proceedings. where an employer opts to stay away from any proceedings before labour authorites, he is doing so at his risk and cost. The situation can become irretrivable. It is always better to consult an experienced legal professional in dealing with such matters.
Regards KK
31st January 2012 From India, Bhopal
Hi Mr. Nair
This is Amit Arora, HR, Waft Technologies, Chandigarh. We are software and web development company working from past four years with freelancer. But now we have created our own team and we have registered it as a firm. Our current strength of employees are almost 16. We are expanding and by this financial year end we will make it 50.
My query is related to labor laws for software and web development company. Please guide me.
Regards
Amit Arora
1st February 2012 From India, Amritsar
Dear amit
first of all u should apply for esi code under esi act because u have more than 10 employees.
Second u have to get pf code when u appoint 20 or more than twenty employees (under provident fund act)
hope this info. Will help u
pardeep sharma
po
np group
9878056108
2nd February 2012 From India, Mumbai
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