Please help me karnataka minimum wages on 01-04-202 to 31-3-2021 food industries.
From India, Bengaluru
Hi VijayK, You have not mentioned which zone you are located. Please use the attached docs & links for your purposes.
From India, Bangalore

Attached Files
File Type: pdf Karnataka Minimum Wages Notification 1st April 2020-1.pdf (179.5 KB, 914 views)
File Type: docx Karnataka-Minimum wages.Aril.20.Table.docx (65.2 KB, 479 views)
File Type: docx Karnataka-Latest Minimum wages for S & E.5.20.docx (43.2 KB, 255 views)
File Type: docx Karnataka-Latest Minimum wage-VDA-APR.20.docx (58.5 KB, 290 views)

hello sir, We are the UPVC fabricators and this work comes under which industry
From India, Bengaluru
Hello Accounts-Infensol,
I think yours is PVC related work i.e., what I understand is that there is only one difference between PVC and uPVC and that is that PVC contains BPA and phthalates, which are two plasticizers that make it more flexible. The "u" in uPVC stands for "unplasticized," and because it doesn't have these extra materials, uPVC is often called rigid plastic.
If your unit is located in Bangalore, it comes under Zone-1. If I'm correct - your unit can be in -
Plastic, Poly-Plastic, Rubber and PVC Pipes Manufacturing Establishments. Use this link to locate-
https://paycheck.in/salary/minimumwages/31024-karnataka
You can browse select on that.

From India, Bangalore
As per the notification, the Karnataka Government has released the Consumer price index, which would be used to arrive at the variable dearness allowance as part of the Minimum Wages. Please refer to the notification for more details.
From India, Chennai

Attached Files
File Type: pdf The Karnataka Minimum Wages Notification 1st April 2020.pdf (176.1 KB, 354 views)

Karnataka Defers Payment Of VDA Payable Effective 1st April 2020:

Government of Karnataka vide order no. KaE 72 LWA 2020 dated 20th July 2020 has passed resolution towards postponing the VDA payable from 1st April 2020 to 31st March 2021 to mitigate the hardship being faced by the employers who were directed by the Central Government to pay wages, including VDA to their employees for the lockdown period. Employers who already started paying the VDA may continue to do so along with all the statutory contributions and payments. Employers who are yet to provide the minimum wages effective April 2020 may avail of this benefit provided by the government. Since this is only a postponement, the government may revoke this notification in the future and may advice the employers to pay the minimum wages as per the VDA applicable effective 1st April 2020 along with arrears. Please refer notification attached for more details(In Kannada, English version will follow.)

From India, Bangalore

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File Type: pdf Karnataka Defers Payment Of VDA Payable Effective 1st April 2020.pdf (1.82 MB, 180 views)

Anonymous
this is great. if we get in English version
From India, Chennai
Full text of the Circular dt.20.7.20 in English version still to be traced. However the attached circular could help in the matter.
From India, Bangalore

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File Type: pdf Karnataka deferred VDA under Minimum Wages.pdf (668.1 KB, 159 views)

Dear All,
What is the present status of the notification dated 20-07-20 regarding postponement of applicable VDA from 1st April 2020 to 31st March 2021?
Has there been any subsequent notifications in this regard?
So, whether the minimum wages applicable for 2019-20 can be continued for 2020-21 as well?
Regards,

From India, Bengaluru
Under the various Minimum Wage notifications, a VDA of Rs. 417.60 per month is payable for the period from 1st April 2020 till 31st March 2021. Employers must pay this deferred VDA to their employees after 31st March 2021. This will be in addition to the VDA applicable from 1st April 2021 onwards.

A notification was issued by the State on July 20 this year.

1)The Department of Labour, Government of Karnataka vide its order No.KaE 72LWA 2020 dated 20.07.2020 has permitted postponement of payment of VDA payable under various Minimum Wages Notifications by employers for the period from 01.04.2020 to 31.03.2021 to mitigate the hardship being faced bythe employers who were directed by the Central Government to pay wages,including VDA to their employees for the lockdown period.

2.The implications of the order to defer VDA are:

a.Employers can avail this facility and defer payment of VDA of Rs. 417.60 permonth which has become payable from 01.04.2020 to 31.03.2021undervarious Minimum Wage notifications.

b.The employers will have to pay the deferred VDA after 31.03.2021 to theirworkmen in addition to the VDA as applicable from 01.04.2021 onwards.

c.If employers choose not to pay VDA, they will not be liable to pay ESI and PF also on the deferred VDA.

d.However, ESI and PF will become payable when the deferred VDA is paid after 31.03.2021

e.When the deferred VDA is paid, the employers will also have to pay difference in bonus and also difference in leave with wages as well as difference in overtime payment.

f.These options are available for VDA payable to Contract Labourers also

The High Court noted that there was no mention by the state government in any of its documents that the notification was issued as per Section 26(2) of the Minimum Wages Act.Karnataka HC stays notification deferring payment of Variable Dearness Allowance to workers from April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2021:

By way of an interim order, the Karnataka High Court on Friday stayed the execution and operation of a state government notification allowing industries to defer payment of Variable Dearness Allowance (VDA) to all classes of workers between April 1, 2020 and March 31, 2021.

A division bench comprising Chief Justice Abhay Shreeniwas Oka and Justice Ashok S Kinagi passed the interim order on 11.9.20 staying the notification dated July 20, 2020 to defer the VDA which forms part of the minimum wages.

The bench passed this interim order after hearing a batch of public interest litigations questioning the legality of the notification issued by the state government.

The government issued the notification after a meeting with representatives of employers who expressed helplessness in paying VDA due to the lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic, despite strong opposition from trade unions.

The Court noted that there was no mention by the state government in any of its documents that the notification was issued as per Section 26(2) of the Minimum Wages Act. Earlier the notification was issued by the State on July 20 this year.

From India, Bangalore

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