Umakanthan53
Labour Law & Hr Consultant
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Suryabulb
Hr Executive
Samvedan
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Dear Sir/Mam,

I have recently joined a glass processing unit. I am the first HR person here. I am a Fresher, have no work experience. In our company there are 75 people employed on company payroll and 40 from contract labor.We are not registered under contract labor act. My problem is that I am confused from where should I initiate? I want to frame HR Policies and for that also I need your help.
Shirley

From India, Anand
The first and priority job is to register under Contract Labor Act, then slowly and gradually check whether the Appointment Letters of the employees are issued or not etc
From India, Ahmadabad
Hai Shirley,
I NEED NOT FEEL ANYTHING ABOUT UNKNOWING OF LABOUR LAWS, I THINK I MIGHT HV DONE SOME DEGREE AND READ THE LABOUR LAWS IN SYLLABUS. IT IS ENOUGH
BUT UNDERSTANDING THE DYNAMICS OF LABOUR MANAGEMENT AND ENTERPRISER PRACTICES. THERE IS A NEED OF BALANCING IN THESE TWO WITH POSITIVE ATTITUDE.

From India, Visakhapatnam
Shirly,
Your state Govt has designated an Officer of its labour department as Registering authority under the CLRA Act.Go to the nearest labor office to find the designated officer having jurisdiction over your area,You take registration from him by submitting the prescribed form with the required fees and supporting documents and information.

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From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Hello,

Prima facie the CLRA is applicable.

I will state in brief as under:

1) CLRA applies if an organization engages, in the aggregate, labour through contractors, in excess of 20 on any day in past 12 months, the organization is required to REGISTER itself with the Labour Dept of your area as PRINCIPAL EMPLOYER.

2) If any single contractor provides to the organization labour in excess of 20, such a contractor is required to obtain a LICENCE from the Labour Dept of the area.

3) While the procedure and forms are provided in the CLRA itself, it must be remembered that various obligations stipulated under the Act are to adhered to, and while each year the RC (Registration Certificate) issued by the Labour Dept. needs to submitted to the authorities for any changes that may have occurred in the strength of labour through contractor and the Contractor, regardless, is obliged to RENEW the LICENSE from the authorities.

4) The registration fee and the License fee is linked to the number of labour engaged through Contractors and the strength of contract labour provided by each licensed contractor respectively.

5) Apart from other applicable labour laws, it is necessary that the contractor labour is paid applicable Statutory Minimum Wage applicable to your industry and the area where the industry is situated.

There are many more aspects concerning the subject but about that a little later.

Basically you must obtain a copy of the Bare Act, study the same so that you are equipped to deal with authorities effectively and professionally!

If you wish to raise more issues on this or any other labour matter, please feel free to take contact. I will assist as much as I can. Don't be guided by the hearsay!

I suppose for the time being this should suffice.

Welcome to the profession.

Cheers

sincerely

samvedan

June 25, 2014

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From India, Pune
pls i hold a nanny certificate with 7 yrs or working experience pls am seeking a labor job as in any Europ country but in in Ghana
From Ghana, Accra
Dear All,
Thank you very much for providing me guidance regarding registration of company under Contract Labor Act. I also want your help in framing HR Policies. I and have framed some basic policies for recruitment, working hours and leave. Which other policies I need to frame now? If anybody here is having any idea about HR Policies required in Glass Industry please help me.

From India, Anand
On the right hand side of this web page you will find few threads and Policies, you can refer those and make amendment as per your need. Also enclosing herewith a Policy if it is of any use to you
From India, Ahmadabad

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Dear Shirley,
All the above senior members have given you the proper and complete guidelines for getting your establishment registered under the C.L.R,A Act and framing the HR Policy for your concern. Performing the job for the first time and at the same time being the first person on the job in the organization will give you a lot of challenging opportunities.But it is very important that you should neither be scared nor hesitant to consult others who are well-experienced. But. experience is purely a personal phenomenon that will happen only when you lift your one leg off the ground while keeping the other firmly on the ground to walk ahead. Apart from reading the Acts, browse the Cite HR and go through the answers given on the provisions of Factories Act, ID Act, CLRA Act, EPF Act, ESI Act, EC act and the like.

From India, Salem
Dear Mam/Sir, i am sourabh srivastava .i am account Executive in reputed publication company from last month i have taken hr work and i do not know payroll work please resolve my problem
From India, Gurgaon

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