Labour Law & Hr Consultant
Sr. Manager (p&a)
n= no of days , it may be 30/31/28 as per calander days or 26 ( net working days) , depends that per day wages rate is achieved by which method
in most "daily wages workers" payment is made daily , weekly or fortnightly, only final calculation is made on end of month, in that case the 26 days formula, i.e "no work no pay" is applied
23rd January 2017
24th January 2017 From India, Salem
With reference to your post I would like to ask if it is required to obtain a copy from labour office where it is prescirbed that the monthly days for calculation can be 30/31. I was unable to find any such document where it is particularly mentioned. Please guide.
25th January 2017 From India, Pune
In case you pay overtime at double rate, it is advantageous to follow the second method.
28th January 2017 From India, Mumbai
4th February 2017 From India, Madipakkam