No possibility of automatic application of the amended model standing orders by default to an establishment already having certified standing orders.
Since there can be no question of inconsistency between the model standing orders and the certified standing orders, the management should move for an amendment u/s 10(2) of the IE(SO)ACT,1946 for the inclusion of the classification of FTC employees.
From India, Salem
While you initiate necessary action, in line with the Guidance given by Respectable Mr. Umakanthanthe, in respect of the said Amendment gazetted and referred by you, please also ensure that your Employer/you do incorporate the Provision in Section 19 of the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (P, P &R) Act 2013 to the effect that Sexual Harassment shall constitute/amount to an Act of Misconduct punishable as prescribed in the Certified Standing Orders applicable to your Establishment.
Surely, your Employer would have by now incorporated the said Provision yet in case not done so, please do it Now.
Kritarth Team of Spl Educators,
Kritarth Consulting Pvt. Ltd
From India, Delhi
From India, Mumbai
It is absolutely necessary to amend the CSO to include the provision of FTE. Please also check, whether any state rules notification has been issued in this connect. Because, the amendment is made in the Central Rules, the state government should take initiative to extend this provision to their rules. There is no automatic provision or application.
From India, Madras
The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central (Amendment) Rules, 2018 (Rules) notified by the Ministry of Labour and Employment (Ministry), vide notification dated 16 March 2018 (Notification).
Labour reforms introduced.
Fixed Term employment permitted across all sectors in the manufacturing field.
Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central Rules, 1946 amended by Notification.
Condition introduced no existing permanent employees can be converted to fixed term employees.