Umakanthan53
Labour Law & Hr Consultant
Glidor
Hr Consultant
Suresh2511
Labour Consultant
123ajay
Service

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Who will be on consultation fee, what about HR benefits or maternity leaves. pls suggest....
employment benefits are available for employees only who draws salary or wages for their whole-time attendance to the establishment
it is not available to visiting faculty or professionals who are deputed on specific job basis fees

Dear Ajay,
A consultant to an organization is an independent person who offers his/her expert services based on a contract for service whereas an employee is the paid servant of the organization who works there under a contract of service.
The relationship between the consultant and the organization is that of a contractor and contractee only and the same is governed strictly by the terms of the contract between them. In the case of an employee and the organization in which he works is that of a substantial relationship of employer and employee and the same is governed by the terms of employment as well as the relevant statutory provisions of Labor Laws applicable to employment status of the concerned employee and the organization as the case may be.
Therefore, a consultant offering his service on the basis of a contract for service is not entitled to the benefits of any Labor Laws applicable to the organization which hires his services.

Dear Members,
Hope you have a bright 2019, full of happiness, hopes and ambition.
Forwarding in attached word file Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Act, 2017 for your benefit, which is self explanatory and answered with relevant queries.
Best Regards,
Suresh


Attached Files
File Type: pdf Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Act,2017 -Clarifications.pdf (731.6 KB, 13 views)

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