Madhu.T.K
Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
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Hi All,
If a company is register in Bangalore and its employee are working in other state does Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act 1946 is applicable to them also of Karnataka or of that states.
Regards
Sarita

From India
Dear Sarita
I am glad to share my knowledge with you becausean excellent question raised from you.
Actually any industry or firm registered under industrial employment standing order Act 1946,we have to mentioned establishment name & Address , work locations like,regional office,corporate offcie,branch office each anf everything shoul be mentioned in registration form - III.
I am hereby sending an attachment for your needful.
Regards
Satyanarayana M
HR Executive
+91 9538080353

From India, Hyderabad

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Hi Satyanarayana,
Thanks for your response but if there emp's are working in other states and is on payroll of HQ location. Eg :- HQ in Bangalore and are working in client (AP) place in other state. In that case Karnataka Standing Order will be implemented to them (Emp's working in AP) or AP Standing Oder will be applicable to them.
Rregards
Sarita

From India
For an establishment having branches in other states, a set of orders certified in the state where its HO is situated is sufficient provided the said standing orders speak about branches in the other states. It is like service rules. It is not possible to have different service rules for employees at different branches. For example, State Bank of India has employees at different states but all are covered by one service rules. Only difference will be with regard to festival holidays which will be based on regional interests. Moreover, Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act is a central Act and the state is only enforcing it in the state.
Regards,
Madhu.T.K

From India, Kannur
Sir,
Thanks for your guidance please. But Central Law has a ceiling of 100 workers and many states have of 50 emp's. Then how it can manage while operating in different state please.
Regards
Sarita

From India
Certainly, the applicability provision has empowered the state governments to make it applicable to establishments employing lesser number of employees. That is why there is difference. Madhu.T.K
From India, Kannur
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