We are a civil engineering company and we employ contact labour for specialized work like geotechnical investigation/ site excavation etc.
Since the nature of job is specialized their per day rate is well above Rs. 800/ per day & their work might be for a few days in a month or for 1-2 months depending upon the nature of the work.
In this case Is PF Form 11 to be filled by such contract labour whose charges are well above PF limit.
Kindly revert , I repeat these are not our employees but just contract labour.

From India, Bharuch

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Compliance of any statutory requirements by the sub contractors , the prinicpal contractor will be held responsible ( in case of any lapse ) by the contractor
as prinicipal contracotr , you needs to ensure the contractor complies as per the notification and provides you the photostat copy of the acknowledgement
monitoring of the statutory compliance by the sub contractors belongs to the prinicipal employer
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From India, Bangalore
The contract labour act makes it very clear that you are responsible for the PF compliance of all contract employees working for you. Since these contract employees are having higher salary on date of joining, they have the option to claim exemption. The option is exercised by filling up the form 11 and submitting to their employer (not to you). However, to ensure complaince it's good to have a copy in your file.
I hope you are talking of contract labour as defined under the act, and not temp labour employed directly by you.

From India, Mumbai

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