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Dear CITE HR Users,
Here with attached the draft of the Andhra Pradesh A.P. Minimum Wages wef 01-04-2012 to 30-09-2012.
The official gazzatte is yet to be published by the A.P. Press. I will share with you once i recieve the same.

From India, Bangalore

Attached Files
File Type: xls Andhra Pradesh Minimum Wages- Revised Draft w.e.f. 01-04-2012 to 30-09-2012.xls (546.0 KB, 3282 views)

Dear Mr. Ravi ji, Will you please supply the Gazette Notification of A.P. COST OF LIVING NUMBER. Regards, PBS KUMAR
From India, Kakinada
Hi Ravikanth,
Salesman/Sales Representative/ Bill Writer/ Cashier/ Tradesman 4520.00 4302.00 2297.60 2297.60 6817.60 6599.60
I want to make CTC for sales man, what are components consider while making CTC as per AP minimum wages?
what is his take home as per minimum wages?

From India, Gurgaon
Dear friend,
Unionised workers are governed by a wage structure including a formula for fixing the Basic, FDA, VDA etc. The bi/tripartite wage agreement between the management and union itself gives such a formula. The VDA is revised once in a quarter or half yearly based CPI (Consumer Price Index) or WPI (wholesale price index) as the case may be. Cost of living is the reason for such a periodical revision. The Ministry of Labour, Govt.of India publishes the indexes from time to time for effecting the revision in VDA (rarely the VDA is revised down ward also when there is negative inflation in the economy). You may get the price indices for VDA purposes from the web sites of the Ministry of Labour.

From India, Bangalore
Thanks u very much sir, there r very usefull wages and also it is very nice and excellent table... It possible sir gujarat minimum wages table......... Thanks u very much sir..... S.wilson
From India, Vadodara
2 Skilled 2854.00 5.75 2282.75 5136.75 Can you please guide me how i will calculate per day rate, should i devided 5136 by 27, 27, or 30 days. Please reply. WBR Parvez 9374149908
From India, Ahmadabad
Wage calculation is made in two types, they are:

1) Keep it same for all the months irrespective of whether a month has 28, 29, 30 or 31 calendar days (since weekly off-holiday is a paid holiday whether it be sunday or any other day as per the industry practice) In which case calculate like this 30 minus 4 = 26 days so Daily wage = prescribed wage / 26 days.

2) Second method is: work out as per actual days of each month minus actual weekly paid holiday That means say for e.g. for May 2012:

No. of calendar days = 31

Less Paid Weekly off = 4 days = 27 working days

So daily wage is = Prescribed wage / 27 = Rs....

Supposing a person is present for all the working days excepting weekly off then, pay full salary without a need to work out daily wage. Daily wage working may be necessary where a person is absent on a few days in a month and how to cut wages for absent days. Any doubt.

Where as for payment of gratuity the calculation should be invariably wage / 26 days without going into all the weekly off etc.

From India, Bangalore
Press Note on the revision of CPI numbers for calculating the VDA
From India, Bangalore

Attached Files
File Type: pdf 11._Revision_in_Andhra_Pradesh_Minimum_Wage__Effective_from_1_April_2012.pdf (80.0 KB, 280 views)

Dear all Pls give me the latest minimum wages for housekeeping staff in Andhra Pradesh april 2012 it it very urgent Thanks & Regards, Ch. Ravi Shankar
From India, Hyderabad
Dear Sir,
With reference to above the subject ,Please find attached GO, we have received from Labour Department GO of Minimum wages for all industries Jan -2012 . Which GO we will implement present at factory

From India, Madgaon

Attached Files
File Type: pdf Minimum Wages for all Industries Jan 2012.pdf (65.7 KB, 271 views)

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