Standing order for start up company where total employee strength is less than 50? - CiteHR
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Senior Officer - Hr
Riteshmaity
Labour Law Advocate
Ram K Navaratna
Hr Consultancy
J.Gopi Krishna
Agm Hr & Ir
Deepika Jadhav
Senior Hr Executive
Akthar.s
Production Incharge
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Dear All, I am currently associated with start up company where total employee strength is less than 50.
Do we have to follow "Standing order". Kindly provide me latest "standing order for Karnataka".
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You dont need to have certified standing order, if your establishment's employees strength is less than 100 in karnataka. Certified standing order is required, for more than 50 is in Tamilnadu state only.
You can follow model standing orders until the strength reaches to 100.
Check more details about the standing orders in the below link.
https://www.citehr.com/489319-model-...-download.html
Dear, I tried downloading the copy of Model standing order but its not happening. Could you please provide me copy of it. Thanks for your prompt response.
Hi,
Please find attached the model standing orders and act.
I just found that in karnataka too, the limit was 50 employees only. Go through the link for detailed procedure. Department of Labour, Govt. of Karnataka

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There is no need to follow model standing orders when there is no certified standing orders because of the eligible strength. However, in such cases, company do follow the appointment orders that are given to the employees.
Regards
Dear Deepika Considering your present strength you are not covered. However, you can follow Model Standing Order. Thanks and best wishes Ram K Navaratna HR Resonance www:hrresonance dot com
The standing order is generally applicable to an establishment where the total number of workmen are 100 or more. However, the government vide notification can reduce the number from 100 to 50.
As per the standing order Act, the amendment vide Karnataka Act 37 of 1975 w.e.f. 11-07-1977 the total strength is 50 or more for the purpose of applicability of the Act in the state of Karnataka.
Please check www.labourlawhub.com for more information.
Hi Senior,
i have a query with respect to Industrial Standing Order
if in the certified standing order it is mentioned that " writing anonymous letters or criticizing the superior officer or any worker of facility is major misconduct.
is it against the LAW , if yes please provide the law, i am in urgent requirement of the same.
Thank You
Regard
Smita
Dear Sirs,
We are company with 44 employees do we need standing order?
TIA
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