Can full time director of a private limited company be a full time employee?
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Can full time director of a private limited company be a full time employee of the same company in India? As per Companies Act, 2013?
31st January 2018
From India, Pune
Yes he can be, provided the share holders agree. Companies hae full time directors - employees themselves and part time directors who are not employees
31st January 2018
From India, Mumbai
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