Hey !!!!
I want to ask a question if i work in a company which is belongs to manufacturing of some product. On that company workers and employers both are working so which act we should apply in that case ?

From India, Delhi
It depends upon the predominant activity carried on in the particular place of employment. If the manufacturing process is the major activity and other are only incidental , then the Factories Act,1948 would be applicable to all those employed therein.
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From Vietnam, Hanoi
Dear Jasmine,
If your process of work is as per definition of manufacturing process ( section 2(k) of Factories Act, 1948) & if you are employing 10 or more workers with power & 20 or more without power during the preceding twelve months then you are covered under the Factories Act otherwise you will be covered under State Shops & Establishments Act.

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