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Can someone update the Minimum wages for hotel industry in Karnataka for 2019-20 Thank you
From India, Maisuru

This is the link of Karnataka Labour dept.which will provide relevant info.
Department of Labour, Govt. of Karnataka
Relevant inf.can be find from the attached materials.

From India, Bangalore
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File Type: docx Karnataka-Latest Minimum wages for2019.Compilation.docx (40.2 KB, 844 views)
File Type: pdf Karnataka MW-Security & office.1.4.19-31.3.20docx.pdf (894.9 KB, 585 views)
File Type: docx Karnataka Minimum WageSchedule.docx (45.0 KB, 422 views)
File Type: pdf Karnataka Minimum Wages Notification (Apr 2019) CPI Points (3).pdf (851.8 KB, 998 views)

Can you please share minimum wage fixed for karnataka 2019-2020 for construction & maintenance of road
From India, Gurgaon

The Hindu Reports (Bengaluru dt. April 18, 2019) -
The Karnataka High Court directs employers to pay minimum wages within eight weeks, with an interest of 6% per annum from the payable date
Thousands of employees working in about 34 different types of private industries in the State can cheer now as the High Court of Karnataka has upheld the government’s notifications issued in 2016 and 2017 increasing the minimum wages in these industries.
It directed the employers to pay the minimum wages, which remained unpaid till now due to a stay order by the court, to the eligible employees/workers within a period of eight weeks with an interest of 6% per annum from the date from which the revised wages were payable.
However, the court gave a partial relief to the industries by quashing direction to pay additional allowances like seniority allowance at the rate of 1% of the minimum wages for each completed year of service or otherwise, to the employees who have put in a service of ten or more years; and to continue to pay current wages even if they were above the revised minimum wages, and payment of minimum wages to the supervisory staff who do not prima facie come under the definition of ‘employee’ as per Section 2(e) of the Minimum Wages (MW) Act, 1948.
Justice Krishna S. Dixit delivered the verdict while partly allowing the petitions filed by the Karnataka State Small Scale Industries Association (KASSIA), the Federation of Karnataka Chambers of Commerce and Industry, and several private companies questioning the notifications, issued by the Labour Department under the MW Act between December 2016 and December 2017.
The court refused to accept the contentions, put forward on behalf of the industries, that constitution of the advisory board that recommended the revised minimum wages was not proper, the board did not properly deliberate the issues, there was no proper discussion between the board and the government, among other contentions.
On contention of the industries that increase in the minimum wages in the range of 200% to 325% is “exorbitantly high and exploitative of the industry” when compared to the earlier minimum wages, the court said that “In fact, none of the members representing the employers/capital on the Advisory Board, had ever come out there with a counter formula as to what were the true and correct Minimum Wage Values, in their opinion.”
“The complaint that the impugned wage values transcend the minimum wages, cannot be mechanically chanted like a vedic mantra, in a populous society like ours, where at times, blood appears to be cheaper than bread,” Justice Dixit observed while pointing out that the writ court cannot be called upon to take up an investigation on the reasonableness of rates of wages fixed by the government of the day by following the due procedure of law.
Types of industries
The new MW applies to industries like automobile engineering (service and repair); shops and establishments, ceramic, stoneware and potteries, foundry, oil mills, printing press, veneer, hostels, hospital and nursing services, private schools, colleges, and other training centres, road construction and maintenance, and building construction, saw mills, spinning mills, pulp paper and card board, areca nut, bakery, biscuit, brick, chemical, cinchona rubber, coffee, tea and mixed plantations, cloth dyeing and printing, confectionery, cotton, crystal cutting, metal rolling and re-rolling ferrous, textile, among others.
Also refer this link....
and attached notifications for appropriate pick.

From India, Bangalore
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File Type: pdf Karnataka Minimum Wages Notification (Apr 2019) CPI Points (3).pdf (851.8 KB, 107 views)
File Type: docx Karnataka-Latest Minimum wages for2019.Compilation.docx (40.2 KB, 69 views)
File Type: pdf Karnataka-MinimumWages-revised-EnggIndustry-1.1.2018.pdf (83.9 KB, 57 views)
File Type: pdf Karnataka-MW-01.04.2019-new.pdf (1.79 MB, 209 views)
File Type: pdf Kerala CPI For February 2019.pdf (37.7 KB, 28 views)
iam working with hotel/restaurant industry I want payroll and also how much DA need to put please let me know
From India, Bengaluru
Can u help me regarding salary Braekup for 20000
From India, Bengaluru
Iam working with engineering Industry i need Minimum Wages List for the Same Industry
From India, Bengaluru
I provide food and accommodation to my employees. Can I deduct that from the minimum wage? Is it included in it? Please help.
From India, Bengaluru

Yes Rohit, if your employees are on contract or permanent employees and their terms & conditions are enabled to do this deduction you can do. Providing free food & accommodation is not a statutory obligation of the employers. It can be fully chargeable or subsidised and cost of the same can be recovered from their salary. What is important is Salary payable to them should not be less than the minimum wages as per the schedule notified by the Central/state govts as the case may be. And deduction like towards EPF, ESI, canteen charges etc. can be made from their gross salary which is the MW.
From India, Bangalore
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