Dear all my Seniors, Can you please let me know the HR Executive salary of mechanical production company according to minimum wage act.
From India, Bengaluru

Minimum Wages Act 1948 does not specify the HR Executive salary. The Schedule to the Act essentially comprises the blue collar and white collar workman category salaries in certain specified industries. Executive salaries are determined by the companies themselves depending on market conditions and the capacity of the unit to pay. A good guide is the 'Region cum Industry' principle. Look for such data from same industry or from the same region.
From India, Mumbai
Dear Geeta, your Factory as stated by you "mechanical production company" comes under Minimum Wages Applicable for Engineering Industry
The categorization of Wages for Engineering Industry is on the basis of Skill of Employee i.e
Highly Skilled
Semi Skilled
Un Skilled
Please follow Highly Skilled/Skilled Employee salary for HR Executive
For your ready reference, i am attaching herewith MW for 2017-18 for your perusal.
While raising question, you are supposed to give complete details of your Factory.I presume that you are registered under The factories Act, 1948 in Karnataka

From India, New Delhi

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Dear Shrinath,
What is the logic of equating HR Executives 'salary with Hskilled worker under Min Wages Act when it does not come under the perview of the Act?.
Let HR Executives salary be determined by industry taking into account market rates, experience and internal parity
Vinayak Nagarkar

From India, Mumbai
Dear Mr Nagarkar, Please peruse my post wherein, i have mentioned about Minimum Wages applicable for Engineering Industry.The Employer can pay more than the Minimum Wages, no issues.Even HR Executives come under the purview of Minimum Wages Act.For your ready reference, i am attaching herewith MW for S&CE in Karnataka for 2017-18 wherein you find MW for Asst personnel Officer, Asst Personnel manager, personnel Manager etc
From India, New Delhi

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Dear Srinath,
Thanks for min wage noti and educating me. If min wages are seperately prescribed for HR Executive, where is the need for equating with H.Skilled worker .
Anyway, the salary of HR who is professionally qualified has to be much more than Min wages.
Vinayak Nagarkar
HR- consultant

From India, Mumbai
Dear Mr Nagarkar, Please note that Minimum Wages are not separately prescribed for HR Executive.Whereas in Minimum Wages for S&CE various Designations are provided regarding applicability of Minimum Wages including for HR/Personnel
The question raised by Miss Geeta was regarding "HR Executive salary of Mechanical Production company according to minimum wage act.
The said Industry comes under the category of Engineering.Consequently, The applicable Engineering Industry Minimum Wages will be guideline for fixing Minimum Wages for HR Executive
“Highly skilled work” means work which calls for a degree of perfection and full competence in the
performance of certain tasks including clerical work acquired through intensive technical or professional
training or practical work experience for certain reasonable period and also requires an worker to
assume full responsibility for the judgement or decision involved in the execution of the tasks.
“skilled work” means work which involves skill or competence acquired through experience on the
job or through training as an apprentice in a technical or vocational institute and the performance of
which calls for initiative and judgement
Hope this clarification will suffice your requirement

From India, New Delhi

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