Dear All, Query- Can we consider labor license application if contractor deputed manpower without license for fresh PO.???
17th September 2018 From India, Mumbai
First of all you need to give an clarity on number of employees employed under such contractor. As upto 50 numbers you need not to have labour license for your unit but need to intimate such numbers of employees in the Registration Certificate. In case it is more than 50 then the contractor should go for labour license.
17th September 2018
Consider ?
You have to provide Form -V to the contractor for applying for license .
Col.Suresh Rathi
17th September 2018 From India, Delhi
Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970 is applicable on the employer if the total number of employees employed on contract is 20 or more on any day and the employer is required to obtain registration. Similarly every contractor employing 20 or more workers on contract is required to obtain a license. In U.P. after amendment dated 29.01.2018 the number of employees has been raised to 50. You can consider even if the contractor doesnot obtain a license because it is technical default on the part of the contractor. I mean to say that as an employer, contractor's non-obtaining a license will not affect you but you must have a registration for employing contract labour and the registration must have names of all contractors even if they are not employing less than 20 labour. I thinks this clarifies your query. If you have any more query, you may contact me.
Industrial law Consultant, Meerut
mobile: 7830718856
18th September 2018 From India, undefined
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