Nagarkar Vinayak L
Hr And Employee Relations Consultant
Navneet.kumar1
Compliance Manager
Satya Pratap Detha
Manager - Hr

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Dear Friends & Seniors,
We have a manufacturing plant in Maharashtra where we are planning for plant expansion, for project expansion activities we will be engaging around 90 contract labours through 3-4 registered contractors for around 3 to 4 months only.
Contractors who will provide us the labours has shown us a valid copy of registration certificate for engaging the labours.
So as a Principal employer do we need to go for further registration under CLRA act provisions or its not required.
Also under which conditions like( minimum no. of labours engagement, less than 20 0r less than 50) registration for Principal employer not required or exemption granted.
Thank you all for your suggestions.
Regards..
Navneet Kumar

From India, Mumbai
Yes, you have to obtain Certificate of Registration from Labour Department for engaging contractor. The entire process is now available online. The link is https://lms.mahaonline.gov.in/.
From India, Kalyan
Dear Colleague,
Under the CLRA , in Maharashtra, the contractor providing labour to the establishment has to have Licence and the establishment engaging his services has to have Registration Certificate if it is engaging totally more than 50 contract workers through single or multiple contractor/contractors.
Please read the provisions under this Act for compliance.
Regards,
Vinayak Nagarkar
HR- Consultant

From India, Mumbai
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