Dear All
Will you please guide me whether Employment exchange act is applicable to Head office or Branch office handling sales activities. The vacancies that are to be filled up are candidates having knowledge of Sales, Accounts, HR, Purchase, Logistics, etc. We DO NOT require employees of ITI, Diploma-Mechanical /Electrical / Instrumentation which are of technical skills. Neither we require Temporary / contract employees.
Please advise whether the returns ER-I & ER-II are required to be filed by us.
Regards
Arun

From India, Pune
Dear Arun,

Better you could have furnished the total no. of employees ordinarily employed in your establishment. Under the Act, the term "employee" does not mean only those employees having basic or intermediary technical qualifications awarded by ITIs and Poly Technic Institutes but all employed for remuneration in any establishment covered by this Act.

This Act is applicable to all establishments in Public Sector and such of those establishments in Private Sector where ORDINARILY 25 OR MORE PERSONS are employed;no distinction between head office and branch office. The objective of this Central Act is to provide for the compulsory notification of vacancies to the Employment Exchanges and for the rendition of returns relating to employment situation by the employers.

However, the exempted categories are vacancies in agriculture,domestic services,unskilled office works, employment connected with the staff of the Parliament and if the total duration of the vacancies is less than 3 months.

From India, Salem
Thanks Umakanthan ji for your prompt reply. The reply of professionals like you are very much appreciated when we are in need of help, guidance. This will definitely help others on CiteHR for getting clarity on this topic. Thanks once again
From India, Pune
Every location employing 25 or more perons should be registered online. Do read the act online instead of trying to ask such simple questions.
From India, Mumbai

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