As per labour law, Can an employee's family (spouse and minor children) stay in the factory premises?
Kindly guide on the above matter.
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What you mean, are they stay in a quarters or some dwelling within the factory premises allotted by your Co. ? Are simply walked into the factory along with the employee and stayput in the work place? Non employee is not to be permitted to stay. If there are kids accompanied the employee then kids should be separated and confined to creche only. If they are coming with the employee on occasions like festivals, birthday celebrated in the factory then ,it's a different issue. Not as a routine.
Dear Kumar.s.
Only one employee along with his family (Spouse and children who are above 6 years) staying in a separate room on the trace of the factory.
Is it legal under any labour law ?.
Rahul Sindhwani
Unless if it is considered as a staff quarters there is no necessity to accommodate families like this inside the factory premises. If some thing goes wrong and family getting hurt who is to be held responsible ? Did you agree to accommodate them like this when your firm appointed the employee? What if other employees also like to be accommodated like this employee. Highly irregular. First of all who allowed them to come in and settle like this, who provides other necessities like water, lighting etc.? who authorised this.?
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