From Labor Law point of view one has to display the abstract of following act prominently and in such a language which is understood by majority of employees employed in the organization.
1. Minimum Wages Act, 1948
2. Payment of Wages Act, 1936
3 Factories Act, 1948
4. Equal Remuneration Act,1976 (in case female are also employed)
5. Payment of Gratuity Act
6. Industrial Dispute Act, 1947
In addition to abstracts mentioned by Mr. Ved Prakash Jain, following abstracts are also to be displayed @ Factory notice board:
1. Payment of Bonus Act
2. Inter State Migrant Workers Act ( if Migrant workers are deployed in factory)
3. Maternity Benefit Act ( in case of women employees are deployed)
4. Certified Standing Orders Act
5. Contract Labour ( R & A) Act
6.BOCW Act ( in case construction activity is going on in factory premises)
7.List of Holidays for the year
Hope your query is addressed .Still have doubts, pls revert .
Adding to others, the following are the items to be displayed in the factory premises:
- Factory Act Abstract
- Minimum Wages Abstract
- The Payment of Wages Abstract
- The Payment of Gratuity Abstract
- The Maternity Benefit Act Abstract
- The Payment of Bonus Abstract
- ESI Abstract
- EPF Abstract
- Form 11
- Working hours, Weekly Holiday Notice
- OT is voluntary
- Notice Nearest Hospital, Fire Station, Police Station etc.
- Notice Important Officials Phone Numbers
- Form V (National & Festival Holiday)
- Standing Order (Local language & English) - can be kept as a booklet
- Name, conduct number and address of the local inspectarate of factories
- Company policy (if any)
You can get it from any shop where you buy all forms and records for statutory requirements.
Your Query: What are the various Forms to be displayed on the Notice Boards according to various laws?
Position: Please Notify your Employer / Establishment's Policy on Prevention, Prohibition & Redressal of Sexual Harassment of Woman at Workplace together with the Names & other relevant particulars of the Members of the Internal Complaints Committee for the information of all Employees, Contractors, if any, Visitors, Vendors Suppliers associated / visiting the Premises of your Employer / Establishment and Compliance. Your Establishment by now, would surely have Formed the I C C and would have held / conducted an Orientation Program for the I C C Members ( Training I C C Members in How to deal with S H Complaints and or Reports; How to Conduct Enquiries into S H Complaints as per the Principles of Natural Justice an in accordance with the procedures laid down and other Compulsory Legal Action-Steps.
The above is a Legal/Statutory Requirement violation of which will attract a Fine up to Rs.50,000-/ imposed on the Employer/Occupier/Manager and also Cancellation of License for doing Business in case of continued Violation.
Further, the above is in addition to such other Notifications to be Posted on Co's/ Dept /Entrance of the Establishment Notice Boards.
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i want to know that is it necessary to generate & Keep with us hard copy of text file 12 A ,Form 5 Form ,Form 10 on monthly basis & should we need to sent form 2 to PF Office on monthly basis.
kindly explain for my help.
Go thru the below which will help you to understand in a better way:
The employer of an un-exempted establishment has to forward the following returns. These returns will include details required under the three schemes namely, Employees Provident Fund Scheme, 1952, Employee Deposit Linked Insurance Scheme,1976 and Employee Pension Scheme, 1995.
a) Form-9(Revised) :
The details of employees enrolled as members of Employees' Provident FundS'52, Employees' Deposit Linked Insurance'76 & Employees' Pension Scheme'95 on coverage of the establishment- This is to be submitted immediately after coverage, within 15 days of coverage.
b) Form-12A :
The details of the contributions recovered form the members & paid along with details of employers' contribution & administrative charges- This is to be submitted monthly by 25th of following month.
c) Form-5 :
The details of the employees enrolled newly to the Provident Fund- To be submitted along with Form-12A every month within 15 days of the following month.
d) Form-10 :
The details of the employees leaving service during the month- To be submitted along with form-12A.
e) Challans :
The triplicate copy of challans in token of having remitted the Provident Fund dues in the bank- to be submitted along with form-12A every month.
f) Form-2(Revised) :
Nomination form- To be submitted along with form-5/9.
g) Form-3A :
The details of wages & contributions in respect of each member, to be prepared financial year wise- To be submitted to the Provident Fund office by 30th of April every year.
h) Form-6A :
Yearly consolidated statement of contributions- To be forwarded yearly along with form-3A. It should be ensured that all the form-3A are entered in form-6A, irrespective of whether the form-3A was forwarded for the broken period and the total dues as per the form-12A for the whole year agrees with the total of form-6A within 30th April.
i) Form-5A :
Return of ownership of the establishment- To be forwarded immediately after coverage & whenever there is a change in the ownership, it has to be intimated with in 15 days of change.
j) Specimen signature :
Specimen signature of the officer/officers who are authorized to sign the returns/documents relating to Provident Fund forwarded immediately after coverage & whenever there is a change in
i was really nice reply from all of you, here i have doubt that.
in payment of wage act
minimum wage act
maternity benefit act etc
these all act numbers of from, is all the form are equally impotent or we can escape some forms.
what about where shop and establishment act apply.
Notice of Abstract for display of Child labour abolition act 1986