Dear Friends,
This is my first login on the post.
My Query is:
I seek your advice with respect to Overtime Register. Our company regd office in Gurgaon, provides Canteen Service to a Company in Rajasthan, Tapukara on contract basis, where our employees are deputed. Now the Company wants us to maintain Overtime Register for the said employees out of whom one is contract labour for my Company. Now Query is, under which Act should I maintain Overtime Register for those 4 employees?
Kindly guide!
Regards
Meenakshi

From India, undefined
Hi, (In my point of view)
You said your company providing canteen service to a company in rajashtan on contract basis, so it mean that your company become contractor for the rajashtan co hence you have to maintain overtime register according to contract labour (Regulation & Abolition) ACt-1970.
Thumbs Up

From India, Chennai
Hello Meenakshi,
You need to maintain the register under contract labour (R&A) act, 1970.
If I remember correctly, the section related to "Muster roll, Wages register, Deduction register & Overtime register" is 78. The relevant form to be filled and maintained as Overtime register is form 23.
Let me know if you have any other queries.
Regards, A.B.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Friends,
Thanks for your time & reply!
Yes we are contractor for canteen services to the client company, however as my company is concerned, it has less than 20 contract labour, thus contract act does not apply. However, My Company is using its 3 permanent employees and 1 contract labour for the canteen services to the Client Company. Therefore I am little perplexed how contract labour act is applicable to us. Shouldn't it be maintained under Minimum Wages Act or Rajasthan Shop & Establishment Act?
Looking forward for your precious views on it!!
Regards
Meenakshi

From India, undefined
Hi,
Sorry i am not aware of Rajasthan S & E act, my point is according to the company to whom you providing your workers is contract workers and if they ask you to maintain register for their (my point of view) overtime then it will fall under the contract act.
Regards
Mr.Thumbs Up

From India, Chennai

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