Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
Harsh Kumar Mehta
Consultant In Labour Laws/hr
Accounts Manager

Thread Started by #Anonymous

Sir; what is the procedure to cover contract labour in ESI and PF? what are the name of forms what is the eligibility criteria pls
23rd February 2016 From India, Mumbai
There is no separate forms for enrolling only Contract labour in ESI or EPF. If these contract workers are engaged through a contractor and if he has a separate ESI/ PF registration, he will enrol the workers under his registration and pay the contributions. You just ensure that the monthly contributions are being paid in time before the payment to the contractor is made from your office. Now if he does not have any ESI/PF registration, then register the workers under your own registration number just like your directly employed workers are registered.
23rd February 2016 From India, Kannur
Hello Sir, we are doing canteen service but our empolyee strenght below 20 shall we apply for ESIC and pf since our client without this not not doing contract pl advise .
23rd February 2016 From India , Chennai
1. Sir, please indicate complete facts about the establishment in which you have opened a canteen or for which you want to do canteen contract work. For example whether the said establishment is an establishment/shop factory etc. ?
2. Whether the said establishment is already covered under ESI or EPF. ?
3. Whether electric power viz. deep-freezer etc. including gas cylinder is being used in the canteen ?
23rd February 2016 From India, Noida
Whether contract FOR service or OF service, it is advisable to get separate ESI/PF registration for you. In order to meet the threshold limit of manpower, you can show sufficient number of person as employed for just one day in the muster roll and treat them as left on the next day itself. You can show some amount of wages paid for these casual labour on that day and pay contribution also. Once registered you will hold the registration even if your number of workers fall below 20 or 10, as the case may be.
24th February 2016 From India, Kannur
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