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29th January 2020
From India, Hyderabad
Dear sir, Do we need to follow any ratio as per labour law to engage following category of worker 1.Unskilled worker 2.Semi-Skilled worker 3.Skilled worker 4.Highly Skilled worker
29th January 2020
From India, Bangalore
Generally no such stipulation. But it's depending on the status of your firm/actitivity.
Are you registered under the Factory act, if not what's the applicable law? You should adhere to what has been prescribed in the applicable act.
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