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Digital Marketing Manager
As per government rules per week 48 hours, Maximum 60 hours in an week. Aftere 48 hours we should pay double the salary/Wage to the employees. Its depends organisation. Some of organisation they will fix as 8 hours a day and more than 12 hours they will work. If employees work more than 12 hours company will pay other allowances like food, Stay, OT etc,..
In this situation HR We should adjust/Manage some of things Confidentially..
Thanks & Regards,
Papas Trading Private Limited
30th December 2017 From India, Chennai
I had served with Construction Company .Each company Infra / Constr , company has having 10 -11 hrs.working .Their salary are on higher side due to working .BNrmally they work in 2 shifts as cement curing are other things has to complete in those hours .
30th December 2017 From India, Mumbai
Subject to the other provisions of this Act, no adult worker shall be required or allowed to work in any establishment for more than nine hours in any day and forty-eight hours in any week. No adult worker shall be asked to work continuously for more than five hours unless he has been given a break of not less than half an hour:
Provided that, the working hours or weekly holiday may be relaxed in case of work of urgent nature with the previous permission of the Facilitator.
15. Wages for overtime.
Where a worker in any establishment is required to work beyond nine hours a day or forty-eight hours a week, he shall be entitled, in respect of the overtime work, wages at the rate of twice his ordinary rate of wages. The total number of overtime hours shall not exceed one hundred and twenty five hours in a period of three months.
Maharastra Shops and Establishment Act
30th December 2017 From India, Pune
First of all you remove from your mind that you are working for 9 hours daily. You avail 45 minutes lunch break and 15 minutes short break (May be Tea Time). This 1 hours you subtract from 9 hrs. that means you work for 8 hrs a day and 48 hours in a week as per law.
There is a provision in Factories Act, 1948 to give rest after working of 5 hours but that is over and above your 8 hrs. working and not within the 8 hrs. working.
Hope the above is cleared now.
1st January 2018 From India, Thane
Please provide a pdf document or link to government website to prove your point.
I'm having hard time working in office from 10 AM to 7 PM. It consumes my entire day and I have no life because of it.
On Sunday instead of resting, I have to work my pending house hold stuffs.
This goes on and on 365 days a year without break.
1st January 2018 From India, Pune