Gannahope
Deputy Commissioner Of Labour..a.p.
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Kindly guide me that If an employee is working as part time, can he be covered under ESI & EPF Compliances though he is working in other establishment also where all ESI & EPF Contributions are done.
Yes, he needs to be covered since for the both Acts, an employee is an employee whether he is part-time , full time, temporary or contract worker. B.Saikumar HR & Labour relations Adviser Navi Mumbai
Hi Deepak,
One of the best ways to learn and become a better decision maker is through case studies.
There are several case studies on the links given below.
ESI:
https://www.udemy.com/employees-stat...ices-in-india/
Provident fund:
https://www.udemy.com/payroll-calcul...nt-fund-india/

Dear Deepak
If your establisment is covered under ESI & EPF, then all the employees irrespective of nature(contract, casual, temporary,permanent & other) of their employment are to be covered. They are either through the contractor in absence by the principal employer.

Sir pls don’t Isolate that small employees.Ask him that he was already covered..Or not.if not make him beneficiary for all above schemes..
If you are hiring a person for apprentice than its fine.
Dear sir Kindly tell me what r the statutory as well as legal compliance s are mandatory in Uttar Pradesh in any limited company .Secondly which r the labour laws applicable in U P. Regards
Oh my God ..did anyone doubts UP is also part n parcel of Constitutional India..All central and state rules applicable to all over UP cities towns villages etc For any limited company or factory shop hotel etc
MWact
.Shops and Estt.Act..
Workmen's Compensation Act Equal Remuneration Act and all Labour Acts applicable to UP as all other states and UTs of India Any One as Employer as management should be bind over legal compliance for all Labour laws of Indian land.

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