As per CLRA or other applicable laws, is it allowable for Principal employer to give training to contract labour on:
1. Non company specific compliance related topics (Example: Harassment)
2. General upskilling (Example: Java training)
3. Company specific skills (Example: Company specific process, company specific guidelines to customer service)

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The Act has no provision. But training can be imparted, if required. MOHAN KUMAR PH: 8921883907
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From India, Bengaluru

Giving skill and required training like anti harassment, safety etc does not amountmo control, so there is no reason why it will be a problem for you at a later stage.
What is important to ensure
1. There is no control exercised over the contract employee (insisting on passing certain skill tests is not control)
2. Leave, etc is not decided by the principal employer
3. No administrative work related to the contract worker is done by the principal employer other than security and quality control
4. Distinction is made and clear between the contract and direct employee and that they do not do the same work

From India, Mumbai

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