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Rana Makwana
Hr Officer

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can anyone tell me the legal procedure against the company if they are not giving salary as per the minimum wages Act?
9th March 2016 From India, Rajkot
Dear Rana Makwana,
Any claim regarding (1) payment of wages at a lesser rate than the statutory minimum wage rates or (2) non-payment of wages for the weekly day of rest prescribed under the MW Act or (3) relating to non-payment of over time wages at the rate fixed under the Act or any other Act can be preferred by (a) the employee himself or (b) any legal practioner or (c) any official of a registered trade union so authorised by the employee or (d) any inspector under the Act or any person acting with the permission of the Authority before the Authority under the MW Act u/s 20(2) of the Act. The period of limitation for filing any claim is six months.
The authority, after due enquiry can direct the employer to pay the difference in wages already paid together with any compensation not exceeding 10 times of the amount of excess.
9th March 2016 From India, Salem
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