Rakeshgc
hi seniros, i had recently joined in a factory, which exceeds 500 manpower recently, so i want to know what are the statutory compliance to be followed if factory exceeds 500 manpower?
From India, Irakam
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Nishant.j
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Hi Rakesh,
Please refer to following
1. Contract labor act
2. Workmen compensation act
3. Minimum wages act
4. Factory act
5. Maternity benefit act (in case female employees employed)
6. EPFO & MP Act
7. ESIC Act
8. Payment of wages act
9. Bonus act
There are many acts applicable to a 500+ manpower plant. Please be more specific for more accurate replies from members
Regards,
Nishant

From India, Gurgaon
yasmin sharma
41

Hello Rakesh,
Kindly visit Simpliance - Labour Law Compliance, free online Labour law library, you will get all required information under one forum, you can download the forms, acts, rules etc for free of cost.
Thanks,
HR & Labour law consultant

From India, Bengaluru
9871103011
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Dear Nishant, A list of labour legislations is enclosed herewith for your information and necessary action.. BS Kalsi, Member Since August, 2011
From India, Mumbai

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9871103011
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Dear Nishant,
In reference to my earlier mail, I would like to make it clear that though I have sent a complete list of labour laws, it doesn't mean that all laws will applicable to your factory.
Rather you will need to take the help of some professional or contact the local state labour officials.
BS Kalsi,
Member Since August, 2011

From India, Mumbai
9871103011
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Dear Rakesh,
I am extremely sorry the mail has been erroneously addressed to Sh Nishant Sir, which was meant for you.
My sincere apologies to Nishant Sir for the mistake.
BS Kalsi,
Member Since August, 2011

From India, Mumbai

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