There is a non profit organisation receiving funds from Central Government and having more than 150 employees. The organisation is not providing PF to its employees and also does not have any salary structure. The salaries are often given on the discriminatory basis. There is no mechanism available within organisation to seek redressal on any harassment issue.
Please guide me in taking proper steps.

From India, Mumbai
We have different authorities to represent different kinds of workplace harassment, like EPF Enforcement Officer for non compliance of PF rules, ESI Social Security Officer for coverage of ESI, Asst Labour Commissioner/ District Labour Officer for non payment of Minimum Wages fixed by the Govt, non payment of salaries in time, not forming a set of rules defining the relationship between the employer and employees (which is called Standing Orders of the company) etc.
The fact that the establishment is a non profit organisation need not make it free from coverage of labour laws. If you have employees employed, the establishment is said to follow some rules. It will not be different even it is a charitable organisation which receives financial aid from the government. Charity does not mean that you can engage workmen and produce or render salable goods and services.

From India, Kannur
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