Bharat Gera
Principal Hr Consultant
Educator, Management Consultant & Trainer
Srinath Sai Ram
Hr Manager
Kshashikumar Nair
Head - Hr/administration
Kishan Kitoo
Sr Executive Human Resource

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Can anyone help me on what the retirement age is, in every individual state all over India and please do suggest and provide legal materials on the same if possible.Thank you
From India, Bangalore
What is your Company? registered under which act? Do you have Service Rules or Certified Standing Orders?What is your present Retirement age for Workers & executives?your Company is located in which state?
Retirement age in private Sector differs from State to State as per respective Standing orders Rules. Retirement age is not uniform

From India, New Delhi
Generally retirement in private sector varies from 58 to 60 years.
From India, Mumbai
We have a factory in Baddi in Himachal Pradesh in India and two offices, one each in Delhi and Mumbai. We have our retirement age as 65 years.
From Indonesia, Jakarta
You can have minimum age of retirement as per law of particular state in which you are located or you can have common age of retirement which should not be less than the retirement age decided by the state government. However, you are at liberty to have higher retirement age which is more than the retirement age decided by the government.
From India, Thane
The retirement age is subject matter of Standing Orders, very important and noteworthy aspect from regulatory points.You have to refer your company's certified standing orders if its in place.If not then , age of retirement is 60 years as per Model Standing orders.You can have two sets of service rules-one set of service rules to cover up workmen and non management cadre of employees and second set for management staff. Accordingly you can retire the workmen and non management employees on attaining 58 years only when it is a clause under certified standing orders , not otherwise. 65 is very high , so you can amend certified standing orders if it is available to make it 58 years. If you do not have any certified standing orders as yet, its an opportunity to get the same and other provisos drafted nicely and apply for certification. To have SO certified, strength of employees of your establishment should be 50 as per directions from state of UP Govt. In HP,strength is 50 for applicability of Model SO Act, announced by notification dtd.10/10/1983. The name of Act is Industrial Employment(Standing Orders) Act,1946 (Model Standing Orders called for sake of brevity). Many smart organizations have changed and devised new one and are successfully doing work. Nowadays I am drafting SO for one of my client having plants in Baddi, Assam and Uttaranchal. You can seek any support should you have any where anytime.Procedure for certification is simple and also explained under Act.Certifying authority, normally a DLC, fixes one or 2 dates to ascertain along with workers representatives that draft SO matches with the guidelines of Model SO, and workmen representatives do not have any objections.On his satisfaction, it is certified and in case there he noted something contrary, you are given a chance to justify the changes or make it according to provisions which otherwise you have been working with those stuffs until today.

Best regds,

From India, Delhi
Mr.Bharath, Can you please send me the source of the information you provided me with. Thank you
From India, Bangalore
You will get this information in the model standing orders for the State of Karnataka if it is so. You can get it on the internet or buy a book from any Law Books store.
From India, Thane
Dear Sir, Model Standing orders is a central Act. in karnataka you have to follow:
Industrial Employment (Standing Orders )Act, 1946-Central Act
Karnataka Industrial Employment” (Standing Orders) Rules, 1961-State

From India, New Delhi
Is retirement age different for men and women..if yes please specify what are the ages for both
From India, undefined

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