Dear All, Our company is engaging contract labor & we are planning to provide appointment letters to them. Can anybody post the format for Contract labor appointment letter.
From India, Pune
If you are using contract labour,,why do,you wish to give them appointment letters ? If you do so, they will become direct employees of yours. At best the letters should be issued by the contractor
From India, Mumbai
If you are engaging labor through contractors then don't give appointment letters.Have contract with the contractors only.
If you are engaging labor on fixed term contract then issue appointment letters.

From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Dear Savin6,
The contractor will issue the Appointment letter on his own. If your Co. issue the letter, it will assumed the labour is working at your co. role.
Also note if in a single contact 20 or more labour deployed, you have to obtain Registration Copy (RC) and the contractor has to obtain Labour Licence from DLC office of your area.
The format of Appointment Letter can be different in difference laws. So I request you to purchase a Form from an Authorised Delear of Govt. Stationery under Contract Labour Act. This will help you in proper documentation.

From India, Delhi
Contract labor Act or central rules don't prescribe any format of appointment letters.The establishment of contractors usually comes under the shops and commercial establishment Act of the respective states.If those Acts prescribe any format the contractors can use that format.If not contractors can use any other format.
From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Just google and you, will get enough samples for appointment letter. But, as Mathew said, check if there is a specific format in your state rules.
From India, Mumbai
For the contract labour, the contractor will issue appointment letters. You need not give. They are the contract labour. Not your employees.
You will have to take Licence under the contract Act.
You have to insist the contractor to implement all benefits as per contract labour act to them and to check at your end.

From India, Hyderabad

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