Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Nagarkar Vinayak L
Hr And Employee Relations Consultant

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Our company is starting up a new factory (Printing and Signage). We will be having 50-100 Labours and helpers by end of this financial year. This factory is proposed to set up in Bangalore. Now, I have bring in a HR system. Kindly help me with the hierarchy system.
From India, Bengaluru
If you are going to start a factory that will employ 50-100 labours and helpers then the first thing for you to do is to get approved the standing orders. For this, you may approach the local labour consultant. The other important things are about SOP on safety of the workers, duties of security personnel etc. Lastly, you will require policies about attendance, payroll, leave etc. Again for these policies also it is better to hire local labour consultant.
From India, Bangalore
Dear colleague,
Following steps are advised:
1. Apply for registration as Factory under the Factories Act and Karnataka rules
2 Check if your activities are covered under the schedule of employment under the Minimum WagesAct and Karnataka rules . If yes, follow the skill level classification and relevant wages applicable as per skill hierarchy
3. Check if you come within the perview ofthe Standing Orders Act ( 100 employees) based on your employee strength. If yes follow the .Model Standing Orders therein which are quite comprehensive and there is no need for certification of the same which is cumbersome and lengthy process. . For start up , the employment rules provided in M S O are sufficient to run the industry.
4 As you move forward make HR policies and procedures manual on topics of priority like, recruitment, compensation, performance Appraisal, training and development , reward and recognition etc.
Regards
Vinayak Nagarkar
HR-Consultant

From India, Mumbai
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