Hi friends, Is 2nd October a holiday? Thanks and Regards Lohita
From India, Hyderabad
Hi,
It is a declared National holiday apart from 15th aug. and 26th jan.If ur industry is of continuous nature where closing down is not possible, u will have to pay three time the salary/ wages to the employee on on such day.
regds
anil kaushik

From India, Delhi
Dear Mr. Kaushik,
As you said that for national holiday if our industry is in continuous process then we have to pay three times wages.I faced this issue in a cement industry that comes under continuous process but as per UP Establishment National Holidays Act, 1961 says that if we will take work then we have pay twice the wages for a day or at the option of the employee wages for that day and also a substituted holiday with wages falling within the next calendar month not being a weekly holiday.
I hope that now you will be clear on this issue.
Good day
L.K.Gupta

From India, Lucknow
can anyone tell me how many day can a factory be working continuously as per factories act. Is it 9 or 10 days
From India, Delhi
Dear Mr. Gupta,
Simple concept of national holiday.
one day wages for the national holiday and double the wages for working on such day as overtime which comes to three times . Hope the issue is clear.
regds
anil kaushik
Mob;09829133699

From India, Delhi
Dear Mr. Kaushik,
Thanks for comments but I have discussed this issue before the Dy.Lab. commissioner and the Secretary of the union. Finally we have to pay twice the wages for a day or at the option of the employee wages for that day and also a substituted holiday with wages falling within the next calendar month not being a weekly holiday. This was a decision.
thanks onceagain
Lalit Kumar Gupta

From India, Lucknow
HI,
this is a good information!!!
I would like to know is this applicable to call centers as well..
As in call centers i have seen that we have to work on public holidays and we can get a comp off later on, which again depends on availability. If u'll not take a comp off no additional wages are paid....
What shud be done in this case...
please reply..

From India, New Delhi
Dear lalit,
any agreement between two parties may not always be legally correct. understanding law and its application is something different from what we practice in a given situation.
However our object should be of running the organistion effectively.
regds
anil kaushik

From India, Delhi

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