General Manager , Dyeing
30th March 2016 From India, Coimbatore
As per the new High Court Order dated 17/07/2017, the tailoring industry speciifed in the Hoisery will follow The MW as defined under GO 49, correct me if wrong.
It has also specify that all the employers are supposed to pay arrears.
NOW, the facility argue that a new notification is issued which says that they will not follow the above mentoned GO but will follow the new Hoisery wages as declared in Jan 2016.
My Doubt is
1. In this case since the new notification was issued in Jan 2016, till Jan they were following the said GO so legally arent they entitled to pay arrears till Jan 2016.
2. Tailoring is tailoring whether done under tailoring industry or Hoisery, if the facility were giving MW which was declared under the Said GO the same will continue. Or if they were paid less till 2016 they should get arrers.
Please please provide me with useful informtion and guidence.
13th October 2016 From India, Gurgaon
It is simple logic that a Taylor is a Taylor whether he or she is in Hosiery or in Tayloring Industry. Same ,logic is applicable with respect to many Jobs.
Driver is common. Cashier is common for all In Industries. Sweepers and assistants are common. Accounts assistants are common.This is actually a paradox. States like Gujarat and UP have mad minimum wages common for all industries.High level committee is trying to make this unifomr in all states. Hopefully this gets resolved at least during this financial year
15th October 2016 From India, Chennai