R.N.Khola
Labour Laws & Ir
Anil Kaushik
Chief Editor,businessmanager
Rajat Joshi
Hr Consulting ,trainer -creative Thinking
Richa_ferns
Asst. Manager - Hr
Purshottamsaini
Asstt. Manager-hr
Sanjib D Lahkar
Consultant
Saravanarajan
Compliance Officer
Vishwajeet Singh
Hr Professional
G. Edward Lawrence
Hr Executive
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Service
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H.r.manager
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Dear all friends,
Govt. of India,Ministry of Labour has revised the wage ceiling from Rs.6500 to Rs.10000/only under payment of wages Act with effect from 8th Aug. 2007 vide its notification no.S.O.1380(E).
The implication of this amendment would be that now employees drawing wages/salary up to Rs. 10000 can file their claims for recovery of their dues or illegal deductions from the employer.
any one interested in copy of notification may ask foe the same. however it will also be published in BUSINESS MANAGER magazine too.
regds
anil kaushik
chief editor , Business Manager
Mob;09829133699

From India, Delhi
NO! It will have no impact on provident fund.Both are different and independent acts. regds anil kaushik
From India, Delhi
Dear Mr. Anil, Thanx for your information. Can u please mark a copy to me also. Regards, Edward G. Lawrence
From India, Madras
Dear all,
I have been contacted by many friends to clarify the impact of this amendment on other statutes.
Iwould like to clarify that this amendment has no impact on ESI or PF or GRATUITY.
it has been relief to employees now whodraw up to 10000/ to claim their unpaid wages or illegal deduction from employers through labour authorities of the area. Till now only employees drawing up to 6500were eligible to go to labour dept. against employers for payment of their earnings in time.
regds
anil kaushik

From India, Delhi
Dear Sir,
1.Registration of I; T.E.S sector – by under which act should an I; T.E.S/BPO organization will take registration?
2.in which schedul BPO organisation will come under Minimum wages act?
Vishwajeet Singh

From India, Gurgaon
Anil Kaushik
chief editor , Business Manager
Govt. of India,Ministry of Labour has revised the wage ceiling from Rs.6500 to Rs.10000/only under payment of wages Act with effect from 8th Aug. 2007 vide its notification no.S.O.1380(E).
The implication of this amendment would be that now employees drawing wages/salary up to Rs. 10000 can file their claims for recovery of their dues or illegal deductions from the employer.
Would appreciate if th same could be mailed to me at
Thanks and regards,
Dwipna

From India, Calcutta
Dear sarla,
amendment in payment of wages act,
thereby revising the salary ceiling from 6500/to10000 /will not have any impact either on workman compensation act or ESI,PF, BONUS or gratuity.
regds
anil kaushik

From India, Delhi
Dear Anil,
Thanks for giving such an useful information regarding ceiling under Payment of Wages Act. pls. provice Can you provide me copy of the notification on
Thanks & Regards
Dinesh

From India, New Delhi
[quote="anil kaushik"]Dear all friends,
Govt. of India,Ministry of Labour has revised the wage ceiling from Rs.6500 to Rs.10000/only under payment of wages Act with effect from 8th Aug. 2007 vide its notification no.S.O.1380(E).
The implication of this amendment would be that now employees drawing wages/salary up to Rs. 10000 can file their claims for recovery of their dues or illegal deductions from the employer.
any one interested in copy of notification may ask foe the same. however it will also be published in BUSINESS MANAGER magazine too.
regds
anil kaushik
chief editor , Business Manager
Mob;09829133699[

From India, Ludhiana
Dear Friends,
From an employer's point of view what would be the implication?
One it would mean that lesser no of employees would come under the coverage of the Act?
Grateful for considered views?
Regards,
Sanjib.

From India, Delhi

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