Extra wages for National Holidays i.e. 26th jan, 15th August & 2nd Oct. - CiteHR
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Dear Sir,
Is there any provision to pay extra wages to Daily Wages employees for 26th jan, 15th August & 2nd Oct.? Can anyone provide circular for the same? If any employee attend the office on any of these days is he eligible for extra wages/Double wage/leave ? Please guide.

Please note no employment is allowed / permitted, during National Holidays, unless you are an exempted as a continuous process industry, and has an approval for the same. Employment of permanent / contract / casual employees in Festival Holidays ( The National Festival Act) with prior permission from Inspectorate for maintenance / continuous process industry, you have to pay double the wages, plus one holiday with wages.
There is one small exemption / exclusion clause in the Act, for any casual / contract workmen, employed in Festival Holidays, one day leave with wages is eligible, provided the employee is on the rolls of the company / worked previous proceeding 30 days.

You are advised to follow the rules of the state either Shops & Commercial Establishment or Factorys Act where your establishment is exist, in absence of certified Standing Order or Leave rules of the establishment. It is to be noted that no employment is allowed / permitted, during National Holidays. You have to pay double the wages or substituted holiday or double the wages with substituted holiday or tripple of the wages as the case may be as per the rules of the state.
"You have to pay double the wages or substituted holiday or double the wages with substituted holiday or tripple of the wages as the case may be as per the rules of the state."-where does it say so. I am working in Tamil Nadu. Can anyone help with the provision which requires triple wages to be paid.
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