Insolvency N Gst Professional

Dear All ,

I had a Doubt about OT work ...
1) Employee works overtime than the normal time it payable ?

2) OT is applicable for all industries

3) Employee works overtime for his task completion A/C to his bounded targets .. also payable ?
Hope for right clarification from seniors
Thank you .

Which sector do you work?

What is your position in the organisation?

Factories Act,1948 lays down as follows:

Under Sec. 59 it is mentioned that where a worker works in a factory for more than 9 hours in any day or for more than 48 hours in any week, he/she shall, in respect of overtime work, be entitled to receive wages at the rate of twice his/her ordinary rate of wages.

Refer Sec. 51, 54 to 56 & 59 of the Act for more complete info;

Minimum Wages Act,1948

Under Sec. 33 it is mentioned that for overtime wages are to be paid at the rate of twice the ordinary rates of wages of the worker. It mentions that the employer can take actual work on any day upto 9 hours in a 12 hours shift. But he must pay double the rates for any hour or part of an hour of actual work in excess of nine hours or for more than 48 hours in any week.

Sec. 14 of the Act mentions that any worker whose minimum rate of wages are fixed with wage period of time, such as by hour, by the day or by any such period and if a worker works more than that number of hours, it is considered to be overtime. In case if the number of hours constituting a normal working day exceeds the given limit, then the employer will have to pay him for every hour or for part of an hour for which he has worked in excess at the overtime rate

From India, Pune
Much thankful with gratitude for your valuable information..
My doubt generally The employee belongs to Financial Sector ( NBFC) which are under the Shops& Establishment Act ... Working hours being 9 hours.. Beyond the time working... is it OT & Payable? Please enlighten belonged information in regards....
Thanks once again

This link gives lot of information:

From India, Pune
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