R.N.Khola
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Janardan_raccha
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Maglog1
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Dear All,
Please find an attachment of GOM Gazetted Notification dated 05.01.2017 amending applicability of Contract Labour Act. According to this amendment, now Contract Labour Act will be applicable to every establishment employing 50 and more contract labours.
Presuming that no one has posted this Notification on this site up till now, I am posting it here.
To Site Administrator / Moderators,
There is no appropriate category to post Government Notifications / Labour Law amendments and therefore I chose the category "Employee Compensation & Benefits".

From India, Mumbai

Attached Files
File Type: pdf Contract Labour Amendment.pdf (63.1 KB, 1006 views)

What does the amendment state? Can you make the explanation simple for everyone to understand. Does this mean for a particular company X, manpower of 40 in contract is supplied by company Y... So the 40 so employees don't get benefits of ESIC and PF ?
From India, Mumbai
Dear maglog1, This amendment states that contractor no need to take Labour License to work for any principal employer if contractor has the less than 50 manpower in the state of Maharashtra
From India, Delhi
So any one please confirm,
If any organization is having 3 outsource agencies X, Y and Z. Contract labors taken from each agency are -
X - 35
Y - 35
Z - 40
So in this case does Principle employer need to take RC? Because no contract number is more than 50 from individual contractor.

From India, Mumbai
Hi Vaibhav,
As per latest amendment circulated under Contract Labour Act, the PE is liable to obtain the Registration certificate as the number exceeds 50 however the license is not applicable to any of the above mentioned XYZ contractors since these individual contractors doesn't exceed the maximum limit of 50 contract labors in the last preceding year.
Regards,
Janardan

From India, Mumbai
if any PE starting his establishment employing less than 40 worksmen by contractor in this condition is the PE is labile to RC
From India, Pune
Dear Member, PE is not liable to have any RC under CLRA Act, 1970 as the no. is less than 50. R N KHOLA
From India, Delhi
We terminating one employee on intimidate basis but we paying compensation of 2 month salary. But question is whether deduct all deduction like PT, PF,Gratuity or not.
From India, Mumbai
i have workmen employee on contract at different location say as jaipur, delhi, banglore and mumbai. My company is registered in Maharashtra. So what will be the applicability will it be 50 workemen or 20. or each place 20 needs to be counted for license as principal employer.
From India, Mumbai
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