Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
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Dear seniors,
I have joined an education loan company. I wanted to know everything about Standing Orders.My senior have told me to search about standing orders but i am compleatly blank please help me fast i have to submit the information today please help !!
Thank You,

From India, Nasik
If you employ more than 20 persons you must have a certified standing orders from Joint Labour Commissioner. A consultant can help you on this.
Or you can refer related acts and rules on this and you can prepare standing orders based on modal standing order annexed in the act and apply for it.
After due process your submitted standing order will be certified and issued.

From India, Coimbatore
This runs in to pages, atleast 25-30 pages
Types of employees, hours of works, terms of employment, how to deal with misconducts...all basic information you need to know to run your own establishment will be clearly explained in this modal standing order.
This will be a good learning opportunity for you and start explore it further..
Keeping an attachment which I have taken from Cite hr for your quick reference

From India, Coimbatore

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File Type: doc StandingOrders Rules.doc (144.0 KB, 521 views)

Standing Orders refer to the basic document which describes and defines the relationship between employer and employees. It is governed by Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act and is applicable to establishments employing 100 or more employees. However, most of the states have made it applicable to establishments employing 50 or more employees. In Assam it is applicable to establishments with 18 or more employees.

Standing order is applicable only to industrial establishments. However, various state govts have extended it to other establishments also. Therefore, the applicability of this Act to your establishment will have to be checked with your state notification in this regard.

When the Act becomes applicable to an establishment the model standing orders given in the Act may be adapted for a period of 6 months. Within that period you will have to draft your own standing orders and get it approved by the trade union(s) and certified by an officer of the Labour Deptt not below the rank of Dy. Labour Commissioner. The jurisdiction of the certifying officer will change subject to certain factors like, the location of establishment whether it is confined only to a district or is having branches in other districts but within one state or is having branches outside a state etc.

If the establishment does not have a trade union, representatives of the employees need to be elected. This is normally done by the certifying officer.

A draft of standing orders is attached here for your perusal. You can just add your company name and also make some changes according to your requirements. It is an old draft, therefore, I have not included the grievance machinery in detail.



From India, Kannur

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File Type: doc STANDING ORDERS-draft.doc (68.5 KB, 370 views)

can anyone please share the Form 1 A under The Karnataka Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Rules, 1961.
From India, Bengaluru
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