KK!HR
Management Consultancy
Anand.Velan
Human Resources
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Kindly share the ID card format prescribed under The Shops and Establishment Act, 1953.
21st March 2018 From India, Chennai
Maharashtra Shops and Establishment Act 2017 prescribes as per Section 17 the following details in an ID card for employee.
17. Employer to furnish identity card to worker.
The employer of an establishment shall furnish to every worker an identity card which shall be produced by the worker on demand by Facilitator. Such card shall contain the following and such other particulars as may be prescribed, namely :—
(a) the name of the employer ;
(b) the name, if any, and the postal address, of the establishment;
(c) the name and age of the worker;
(d) date of joining, department, nature of work, designation;
(e) the signature (with date) of the employer or manager;
(f) Blood Group;
(g) Aadhaar Card Number.
21st March 2018 From India, Pune
Can Aadhaar Card number be displayed/printed on the ID card ? Chapter VI clearly states "protection of information"
Please advise...
21st March 2018 From India, Delhi
It is not advisable to make Adhar Card a public document looking to the possible misuse of such information. At any rate the final word on whether it can be made compulsory is being heard in the Supreme Court.
22nd March 2018 From India, Mumbai
KKHR,
Aadhar card number is to be given as per Maharastra Act.
Ruling will not debar use of Aadhar.
Aadhar is there to stay and in my reading, all the learned arguments will still be countered effectively by Govt.
22nd March 2018 From India, Pune
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