KK!HR
Management Consultancy

Dear Seniors'
My question is could an employer deny to give Form VI B even after completion of work if Form VI A is already given by them?
Perceptive is:-
A company ( matter in concurrent therefore hiding company name etc. matter is of Gujarat State) has taken both Registration Certificate and Labour License ( engaged only one Office Boy and his all the relevant monthly and closing IR documents submitted with Principal Employer ) as per guideline from Principal Employer.
On RC engaged many sub-contractors and as per the contract labor act closed each and every sub-contracts and arranged to canceled their Labour License, only after an audit by the Principal Employer all the relevant documents, as per, sub-contractors checklist which was a combination of CLRA and Factory Act.
Now, the Principal Employer telling Form VI B cannot issue to the company, even after completion of work, on account of that, they have not arranged to submit the compliance report of Sub-Contractors' staff.
Whereas, from the start of work to the closing of work, even during the audit process, never asked for the same. All the Sub-contract after the consent of the Principal Employer left from site six to seven months ago.
Moreover, we have communicated them to issue Form VIB to close our Labour License, and, if they have any requirement than may stop our part of the bill because how could keep alive the Labour License without labor in site.
Solicit your kind suggestion and thank in advance.
Regards/ RKK

From India, Jamnagar
Pl forward the relevant Gujarat rule regarding Form VI B. In certain states it is to be submitted by Principal Employer
From India, Mumbai
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