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Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
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Madhu.T.KYes,you are right. No separate registration under CLRA is required if you have complied with the provisions of BOCW Act. Moreover, the CLRA is applied when you engage workers to do work connected with the routine work that you are doing.
From India, Kannur
Think Tank- Ved Prakash JainThank you so much sir for your prompt response.
saswatabanerjeeYou should refer to the definition of contract labour int he act.
It basically applies where a person is doing work in your 'Establishment' because of an agreement between you and his direct employer, to deliver a result other than pure sale of goods.
SO does the definition apply to you?
If you are getting a new building built inside your existing factory or campus, it probably will
If you are doing it at a place where no work has started and you have nothing to do with the site (except you own or leased it), then probably not.
If you give full details, perhaps someone can give a more accurate answer
From India, Mumbai