Dear Seniors, My company's HO is in Mumbai and I am working in a branch office(Punjab). We belong to the service industry. Very soon labor officer going to visit our company. Please suggest what kind of statutory registers we have to maintain? Also what kind of abstract of Acts we need to display on the notice board? We have an online attendance system here. 90% of staffs are retainers and the rest are employees. ESIC sub-code is not taken. ESIC & PF contribution & returns work handled by HO.
From India, Patiala
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mumbai me chinta karne ki kohi jaruri nahi. labour officer kuch bhi nahi dekhta hai, gandhi bapu ke alava. gandhi bapu zindabad. jai ho.
From India, Mumbai
Dear Mandeep_s,

The Govt. Labour Officer who is planning to visit you can inspect your records under following enactments:

(i) Payment of wages Act;

(ii) Minimum wages Act;

(iii) Maharashtra Minimum HRA Act;

(iv) Equal Remuneration Act; &

(v) Payment of Bonus Act.

You need to show him following registers and records:

(i) Muster Roll;

(ii) Wage Register;

(iii) HRA Registers A & I;

(iv) Leave Book and Leave Card;

(v) Bonus Register A, B & C;

(vi) Overtime Register;

(vii) Damage Register;

(viii) Fine Register;

(ix) Advance Register;

(x) Equal Remuneration Register D; etc.

You need to display on your notice board following documents:

(i) S&E licence;

(ii) Notice of hours of work, date of payment, date of unpaid payment, rate of salary, name / address of GLO & In-charge of your establishment etc. ;

(iii) Abstract of various applicable enactments.

You need to produce before him a visit book to write his remark.

If you have not obtained the permission to maintain the attendance data electronically, I suggest you should maintain the attendance register manually for Jan and Feb to show the officer. It should not take much time.

It seems to me there is a grey area. It should be other way round.

It is not in the jurisdiction of Govt. Labour Officer.

From India, Mumbai
Every HR & P&A excutive must maintained above mentioned register .If your HO is maintaining. PF record. then also you should keep PF challans in file as records.
From India, Jalgaon
[QUOTE=korgaonkar k a;2132840]Dear Mandeep_s,

The Govt. Labour Officer who is planning to visit you can inspect your records under following enactments:

(i) Payment of wages Act;

(ii) Minimum wages Act;

(iii) Maharashtra Minimum HRA Act;

(iv) Equal Remuneration Act; &

(v) Payment of Bonus Act.

You need to show him following registers and records:

(i) Muster Roll;

(ii) Wage Register;

(iii) HRA Registers A & I;

(iv) Leave Book and Leave Card;

(v) Bonus Register A, B & C;

(vi) Overtime Register;

(vii) Damage Register;

(viii) Fine Register;

(ix) Advance Register;

(x) Equal Remuneration Register D; etc.

You need to display on your notice board following documents:

(i) S&E licence;

(ii) Notice of hours of work, date of payment, date of unpaid payment, rate of salary, name / address of GLO & In-charge of your establishment etc. ;

(iii) Abstract of various applicable enactments.

You need to produce before him a visit book to write his remark.

If you have not obtained the permission to maintain the attendance data electronically, I suggest you should maintain the attendance register manually for Jan and Feb to show the officer. It should not take much time.

It seems to me there is a grey area. It should be other way round.

It is not in the jurisdiction of Govt. Labour Officer.[Thanks a lot]

From India, Patiala
Dear Sir/Madam,
As per contract Labour act of Madhya Pradesh we need to Send a copy of the notice of wages to the Inspector and also at each time of any change in the notice.
I need your support to prove the format of the same.
With warm regards,
Hemant Shukla

From India, Badarpur
Dear You can send the rates of wages to the Inspector of the area as under. Sr. No. Category of workers Rates of wages per month/ per day R N KHOLA
From India, Delhi

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