A BPO is registered under Shops & Establishments Act. It has planned to engage sub contrator in the following months. Whether the BPO is required to Register the Establishment under CLRA.
From India, Chennai
Dear Prasanna, To get the answer for your query, you need to share complete details about the number of employees to be engaged...
From India, Mumbai
At present the Estalishment is engaging 50 employees and the proposed no of employees to be engaged under sub contractor is around 400 each in 3 sub contractor. In this case...
From India, Chennai
Dear Prasanna,
Your Establishment will be a Principal Employer for all the employees engaged under contractor, therefore you need to obtain Registration under CLRA Act, before the engagement of contractors.
All that contractors have to obtain license under CLRA Act, for engagement of 20 or more persons by them.

From India, Mumbai
rkn61
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New Labour Code stipulates a change in the number of persons.

Once the Code of Occupational Safety comes to an Act, Factories Act, Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, Building & Other construction workers Act, Inter-state Migrant workmen’s Act, etc , totalling 13 Acts shall be repealed. At present, if Principal Employer or Contractor, appoints 20 workmen – other than permanent workman, the establishment shall fall within the purview of Contract Labour (R&A) Act. But as per the new Code, the number of workmen, i.e. 20 has been increased to 50. The Principal Employer is responsible for providing canteen, sitting facilities,. Drinking water facilities, first-aid treatment facilities, to the contractor’s workmen, etc are envisaged in the new code. The condition which stipulates issuing service certificate/work experience certificate by Principal Employer to contract employees is also included in the new Code.

From India, Aizawl

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