Bijay_majumdar
Freelancer In Hr &indirect Taxes For
Rkn61
Hr Manager
KK!HR
Management Consultancy

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Respected Senior's & fellow HR's, I request you all to kindly provide clarity to my assumptions:-
Under CLRA (Regulation & Abolition), 26 days are assumed to be working in a month with 4 days unpaid weekly rest days and we pay outsourced staff with INR 14842 for the unskilled category for Delhi state.
For a month comprising of 31 Days, shall it be assumed that the same wages will be payable for 27 days and giving 4 rest days to the workers of unskilled category and consequently if a worker comes for 26 days in such month shall only get paid for 26 days wages which he would have got for coming in a month comprising of 30 days?
please provide inputs.

From India, Delhi
Outsourced staff in the unskilled category, shall probably be, on DR basis (daily rated). In such a scenario, where is the question of making it on MR basis?
If they are monthly rated, you can adopt the method as illustrated by you. 26/27 days basis.
But there is month where 5 weekly offs are available. In month of February you have to calculate on the same method, depending upon no. of working days

From India, Aizawl
Sir, we have housekeeping staff deployed in our hospital..its not about sundays in healthcare..we go with the rule to serve in 4 weekly rest days for these category of staff..
So how shall we compute, if this is not the right way as i have mentioned above..how to go about that..the contractor pays to these workers at the end of the month only.
whats the alternative way for us to compute..in daily minimum wages as on today are 14842/- for unskilled category..what shall we presume with per day wage coming as 571/- after getting monthly wage divided by 26.
Specially when..the month comprises of 31 days..

From India, Delhi
The minimum wages are computed by the Government machinery basically as monthly wages and the daily wages is derived from it by dividing with the standard month of 26 days. The daily wages so derived (Rs.570.85) is rounded off (Rs. 571)
So when you calculate monthly wages for 26 or even 27 days the amount has to be Rs. 14842. So you need not multiply Rs.571 with 27 days as then it will be Rs 15417/- meaning an excess payment of Rs. 575. If you decide to limit the payment to Rs. 14842 then there is nothing illegal. But in case of a 27 day month (like the current month July 20) and the employee is absenting or leave without pay for, say 1 day then the deduction could be on the basis of the daily wages notified by the Government for one day (Rs. 571. It follows that in February when the employee works for 23/24 days he gets full salary for the month.
Hope the above clarifies

From India, Mumbai
Standard wages as per min wages act and as per the CLact is considered for a month's working days excluding weekly off. For eaxample if a month has 26 days and for sundays as weekly off, then
salary amount X is divided by 26 days. To get perday rate.
Similary if working days has 27 days then its X/ 27 For getting perday salary.
Thus the X remains constant.
Calculating the actual attendance multiplied by per day will give the monthly earned salary.
For each extra day beyond standarf working days OT will be considered, at double the rate of wages.
Also National holidays, are paid holidays and earns that extra days salary for the employee.

From India, Vadodara
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