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IN MY ORGANISATION THERE IS A CONTRACTOR WHO HAS LESS THAN 10 LABOUR. AS PER CLRA IF ANY CONTRACTOR HAVE OR EXCEEDS HIS MANPOWER 10, THEN HE HAVE TO OBTAIN A CONTRACT LABOUR LICENCE. BUT IN A PARTICULAR MONTH HE HAS SHOWN 12 NOS OF LABOUR IN HIS WAGES REGISTER.
MY QUESTION IS THAT, WHETHER HE HAVE TO OBTAIN A CONTRACT LABOUR LICENCE OR NOT?
25th March 2014 From India, New Delhi
Dear Parha,
As per my knowledge, in Maharashtra minimum no. of employees are required 20 or more to obtain the RC & License.. may your mentioning about the some other state, but, yes, if limit is 10 & then you cross the same any how during year, then you have to obtain the RC & license respectivly contractor & priciple employer.
Regards,
Tushar Swar
25th March 2014 From India, Mumbai
Hi Tushar,
Kindly Suggest.
We have a 12 months Project (renovation of a Factory) in Nagpur and deputed Contractor to work at site and also deputed 5-7 our regular employees to supervise them. My doubts are:
We should ask our contractor to apply ESIC code or we should ask them to cover under workmen compensation Act with changing the workers after 180 days.

24th April 2014 From India, Faridabad
Dear Kratikans,
it is depend on whether their daily wages amount goes more than monthly ESIC ceilling as mentioned (more 15000/- p.m.), if it is more than said amount, then it shall not be applicable, as you need to cover them under workmen compensation or if it is below said amount, then, you can cover them under ESIC. as same rule applicable to our general employees.
25th April 2014 From India, Mumbai
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