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Fellow Forum Members,
I am in the process of setting up a new cashew processing unit at Ratnagiri MIDC in Maharashtra.
I will need about 20/25 on role employees I will recruit them on my own and nearly 200 odd in numbers as labors for which I will appoint a labour contractor.
My question is 'can you please help me with some sort of check-list that I can use as a base?' This is mainly to ensure that I undergo all legal steps and fulfill all norms in the beginning to ensure corporate governance in my HR set up from the beginning itself.
Please guide
Siddheshwar Vinayak Natu
30th April 2014 From India, Mumbai
Dear Sid,

Greetings!!!

Following are the compliance that you need to take care of while setting up your HR department

1. Minimum Wages

2. PF ( Make sure that your labor contractor fulfill PF and ESI compliance because if they fail to do so, the onus will be on you )

3. ESI

4. Working hours

6. Prohibition of child labour

7. Holidays

8. Leave Provisions

9. Committee against sexual discrimination

10. Overtime and Bonus

11. Equal remuneration compliance

12. Maternity benefit compliance

13. Contract labor regulation

14. Fire safety norms

15. Health provisions in factory: Cleanliness, disposal of waste effluents, ventilation and temperature, dust and fume, over crowding, lighting, drinking water, latrine and urinals and spittoons.

16.Safety provisions: Fencing of machinery, work on or near machinery in motion, employment of young persons in dangerous machine, self acting machine, prohibition of woman and child labour near cotton openers, revolving machinery, pressure plant, protection of eyes and appointment of Safety Officer etc.

17. Welfare provisions: Washing facilities, facilities for storing and drying clothing, facilities for sitting, first aid appliances, canteen, shelters, lunch room, rest room, creches and appointment of Welfare Officer.

You may also find attached XL useful. I couldn't locate the original creator of this file but i had downloaded this file from citehr itself. Let us credit the contributor of this file.

attribution https://www.citehr.com/383997-statut...#ixzz311ru9qBo


7th May 2014 From India, Delhi

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