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hello everybody, I’ve attached an PPT on "Industrial Employment ( Standing Orders) Act, 1946". Hope it will be helpful for you. Sankuraj

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Does IESA apply to IT/ITES companies? Even if all the employees draw salary in excess of the Rs. 1600 wages prescribed by IESA, does the company have to follow a particular process under IESA? Where can I find the Model Standing Orders?
A reply ASAP would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

the link provided is really good, but its not clear does it industries also come under industrial act or shops and establishment act......seniors please clarify . Fauzia
Please follow the link. A model is available.

Dear Sankuraj,
That ppt was really helpful. thanks.
I had another query. Mine is a manufacturing concern located in maharashtra. We have almost 120 employees and 22 workers. Other 15 to 20 workers are contract workers. Does the standing orders act apply to our company? should i go ahead with the drafting of standing orders and gettin it certified. Right now i am making the code of conducts for all other employees.. i hope that doesnt require any kind of certification
And do you have a copy of List of Standing Orders as per the law.
Please help.

Dear Mitali, You have to go for a Standing Order of your own certified. For model, please follow the link in my earlier posting. Regards, Madhu.T.K
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Dear Madhu Sir,
Im working in a corporate office (New Delhi) of a manufactering company. We have two plants in In Haryana and Rajasthan and both the plants are having standing orders.
In corporate office no stannding order is existing. Our strenght is 90 on rolles and 30 non rolles. Corporate office consist of Marketing, Accounts and Administrative & HR department only.
Please suggest me, is it necessary to have standing order for this kind of setup. Also clarify 100 employees required for standing order is only on rolles or non rolles are also included.

All employees who work for the organisation are expected to be on the roll of the organisation. Engaging employees without showing them on your muster roll itself is illegal. Even if they are under the roll of any contractor they are suppose to be counted as employees for the purpose of industrial and labour laws. As such your employment strength is not 90 but 120 and you have to go for a certified standing order. In fact it is not due to the number but it is for your own convenience that I suggest to frame standing orders because a certified standing order is the basic document which can be referred to whenever a matter is to be clarified.

[QUOTE=Sankuraj;204321]hello everybody,
I've attached an PPT on "Industrial Employment ( Standing Orders) Act, 1946". Hope it will be helpful for you.
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