Dear Seniors,

I have gone through the Cite Hr cite on the above topic, but couldn't find relevant answers to my query and hence posting the same here to get guidance from Seniors.

We are the number one organization in our field having PAN India Operations (I would like to limit myself in not disclosing my Company Name / Which Field). I am working as Manager - Facilities. We have given application to Labour Office for getting the certificate under Kerala Shops and Commercial Establishment Act.

We have around 30 employees in different departments in a particular division, whose salaries are much above than the minimum wages and the salary is processed from our Head Office and directly NEFT transferred to the concerned employees account. The Labour Officer is is insisting that we should produce the account numbers / IFSC code of all the employees / employer to link the same to the Labour Department Website as per the latest amendment in Kerala for Online Wage Protection System.

Though, I am checking with my Company Authorities in the Head Office, I wanted an advice from Seniors whether we really need to provide these details as same is confidential as far as employees are concerned.

Your feedback / comments on the above topic is highly appreciated.

Thanks & Regards

From India, Mumbai

Dear Seniors, Request your advice... Your Feedback / Comments On The Above Topic Is Highly Appreciated. Regards, Shibu
From India, Mumbai
Pradeep Bhaskaran

Dear Mr. Shibu, Since WPS in kerala has become mandatory now, How are you proceeding with this now?
From India, Thrissur

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