Umakanthan53
Labour Law & Hr Consultant
Natraj@sakthimanagement.com
Head - Outsourcing
Saravanan_d_
Senior Manager - Statutory Compliance
+3 Others

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There is stay by High Court (Kerala) in payment of Bonus as per revised ceilings. Is this stay is applicable in other states eg. Delhi
Stay is only for the petitioner and not for the entire employers of Kerala. If you want to exempt for time being, apply for a stay in a court in your region.
I am very sorry to differ from the above opinion in view of article 226 (2) of the constitution of India. The applicability of an order passed by any High Court while questioning the constitutional validity of a Central Legislation, whether the order is interim or final shall prevail through out the territory of India.
So far, interim stay has been granted on the retrospective implementation of the Amendment Act by the High Courts of Karnataka,Kerala and Madras.

Dear umakanthan, Kindly cite the Citation of Kusum Ingot & Alloy Ltd V/s Union of India delivered by Apex Court in the year 2004. Regards,
Gun Man/Security guard comes under which category:-unskilled,semiskilled or skilled employee as per the scheduled employment
Dear All
PFA copy of latest Kerala High Court Judgement wherein the applicability of the amendment on Bonus w r t Minimum wages has been stayed. Incidently as per the Supreme Court, the Judgement of the Kerala High Court will be applicable throughout India (copy attached).
Regards
N Nataraajhan, Sakthi Management Services (Hp:+919483517402;e-mail:natraj@sakthimanagement.com)


Attached Files
File Type: pdf Judgement on Bonus-p1.pdf (172.4 KB, 453 views)
File Type: pdf Judgement on Bonus-p2.pdf (128.5 KB, 273 views)
File Type: pdf Judgement on Bonus-p3.pdf (138.1 KB, 269 views)
File Type: pdf Judgement on Bonus-p4.pdf (95.1 KB, 275 views)
File Type: pdf Bonus - Retrospective effect - LLR.pdf (14.9 KB, 361 views)

gunman comes under the skilled category, it involves training for a substantial period.
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