First ensure that you got shop & Est registration, i.e Registration under National & Festivel Holiday Act.,.
Then there are set of registers you need to produce when the labour inspector visits your company.
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23rd March 2014 From India, Madras
It seems that the information shared by you with regards to your company is incomplete to be able to give an appropriate advise. On a general note, a host of labour law statutes get attracted when the no of employees exceeds 20 in a private organisation. Each statute requires you to maintain a specific set of registers and do periodical compliance. Some of the statutes that get attracted to your organisation are
1. Provident Fund
2. ESIC (if the establishment falls in the implemented area)
3. Payment of Gratuity Act
4 Payment of Bonus Act
5 Factories Act - if it is a factory as defined in section 2(9)
This is an illustrative list and not an exhaustive list of the applicable statutes to your organisation.
Each of these statutes require you to register with the designated government authority . Therefore, I would advise you to take legal counsel in order to ensure due compliance and proper maintenance of books.
I hope that helps.
24th March 2014 From India, Pune
Keep at least following
1.Shop & Est registration
1. Form T
2. Form Q and F
3. Wage slip
4. Salary statement
5. Display holiday list
6. Form U
1.Monthly and Annual returns
1.Monthly and half yearly returns
Most of the things are available online of respective dept's website. Do google it.
24th March 2014 From India, Bangalore
Labour Officer can and will visit your office and ask for documents - Muster Roll, Wage Register, Salary Slip, Inspection Book, etc. and may interview a couple of workers privately (not in the presence of the employer or his representative).
The Inspector of Factories (now Director of Industrial Safety & Health) may also visit and demand for the same set of documents including the Factory Licence.
You can get a complete list of documents required to be maintained from the net.
24th March 2014 From India, Mumbai