What is the difference between Daily rated & casual workers can we do pay wages to daily rated employees in monthly mode
Have u any support / circular or judgement for mode payment for daily rated employess .

From India, Dehra Dun
Daily rate is only a system of payment of wages whereas casual employee is an employee employed or engaged on a job which is purely casual in nature or which does not exist regularly. Normally since a casual worker for a day or two, his wages will be based on his attendance or work. It does not mean that regular employees should not be daily rated. If there is a regular work for which we have employed a regular worker but his wages is purely based on his attendance, then he is called a daily rated regular employee. His wages can be paid monthly. By making payment monthly, it does not mean that he is monthly rated. Monthly rated employee will get wages for 30/31 days, including the weekly off days whereas daily rated worker will get for the days he worked.

Now coming to the law, any employee engaged for 6 days continuously is ‘expected’ to get a day off with wages. That means if you have regular work and you employ one regularly throughout a week, he is entitled to get a holiday/ off day with wages. If so, he should get wages for 30 days, practically.


From India, Kannur

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