Harsh Kumar Mehta
Consultant In Labour Laws/hr
Labour Law Practioner
Mahendra Singh Parihar
Hr & Admin Manager
2. If the employer fails to maintain records in respect of his casual / temporary employee, then it is the outlook of said employer or his contractor and therefore, in case of any eventuality as mentioned above, the injured employee will face difficulties in getting benefits as mentioned above. Further the employer will also be liable under other law viz.- the Employees' Compensation Act, 1937.
2nd February 2015 From India, Noida
it is the responsibility of the contractor to pay esic contribution of his employee but he denies to pay contribution then it becomes responsibility of the principal employer to get it submitted the esic contribution of contractors employee.but as per your case, you have submitted the omitted chalan to the esic on labour charges,it is correct because at the time of esic audit,esic inspector will ask for labour charges,at that time you will show the challan then you will get relieved other wise your company will get penalised with interest,either the contractor employee is temporary or permanent.
2nd February 2015 From India, Delhi
3rd February 2015 From India, Chennai