Manjunath S.B
1

Dear Experts,

Request you to provide your inputs on following queries.

1.Who all are can be considered as a Worker under Factories act- 1948.?
2. Is Section 79 in The Factories Act, 1948 (Annual Leave with wages) applicable to Manager cadre?

Regards,
Manjunath S B

From India, Chennai
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umakanthan53
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Dear Manjunath,

Will you please go through the definition of 'worker' u/s 2(l) of the Factories Act, 1948?

If the manager's predominant work is connected with the manufacturing process, certainly he is a worker under the Act despite his higher position in the hierarchy. As such he is entitled to all the benefits under the Act.

From India, Salem
Manjunath S.B
1

Dear Sir, Thank you so much for your clarification. Regards, Manjunath S B
From India, Chennai
varghesemathew
909

As per the Factories Act Managers are ( subject to sec 64 and 65) eligible for provisions on annual leave and working hours .
But this will change under OSH&WC Code,as managers are excluded from the definition of workers who alone are covered u der the chapter on working hours and annual leave.

Varghese Mathew
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From India, Thiruvananthapuram

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