Covid 19 and employment , labour laws during the lockdown
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Sir, Is all recent government advisory applied for full payment to the contract workers in lock down period, in case with contract labour if they refused to work in lock down and absent from the duty and asked management that if government circular says that we have to pay full payment given by company then why we are coming on duty, where our company is ready to give them employment as we are in essential service industry (Coal Mines).
From India, Ahmedabad
Incase any misconduct by contract labour you may proceed as per rules, however, if contract labours are asked to stay at home due to covid lockdown then they must be treated as on duty and paid full wages with allowances
From India, Hyderabad
Hi, Are the pvt companies bound to pay contractors for their monthly bill payments during lock down?
Since there were no services taken, companies should not be invoiced.
While, the workers are on contractor's payroll, contractors are liable to pay the workers.
Need an advice with some govt document, if possible.
Thank you in advance.

From India, Pune
The Ministry of Labour & Employment is one of the oldest and important . Code of Discipline ∑ Report to the people ∑ Employment & Unemployment Survey ∑ UAN . In this critical time of the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, the Ministry of Labour , all public and private employers to support their employees and workers,click this url to read more on this-
From India, Bengaluru

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