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How does shops & establishment act works for companies having multiple work locations in different states ? Do I need to register under every state ? Also If I register under Karnataka shops and establishment act, do I need to submit for all employees or employees working in Karnataka alone is enough?

jeevarathnam
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Hi

Shops & Commercial Establishment Act is State specific Act & where ever you have the office locations need to have sperate registrations Applicable under respective State Act. If at you have registration for Bangalore office you need to follow the Karnataka State Act & for other states as per the respective Act.

From India, Bangalore
Anonymous
Hi,
If the company is registered for Karnataka shops and establishment act, do we need to submit the related forms for all employees irrespective of the work locations or do we need to submit only employees working in Karnataka location alone?


jeevarathnam
636

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From India, Bangalore
Anonymous
Hi,
Say suppose i have total of 200 employees, 100 employees in TN and 100 in Karnataka. For both states, i have to register under shops and establishments act. Under Karnataka shops and establishment act, there is a form called Muster roll wage register, which includes attendance details of the employees. Is this form supposed to contain only 100 employees working in Karnataka or total 200 employees in the organisation?


DIPTI SRIVASTAVA 83
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The Shops and Establishments Act is a state-specific labor law in India that governs the working conditions and terms of employment for establishments such as shops, commercial establishments, and offices. Since labor is a subject on the Concurrent List of the Indian Constitution, both the central and state governments can make laws in this regard. As a result, each state has its own version of the Shops and Establishments Act.

If a company has multiple work locations in different states, it generally needs to comply with the Shops and Establishments Act of each respective state. This means that you would typically need to register your company under the Shops and Establishments Act for each state where you have work locations. The registration process and requirements can vary from state to state.

For example, if you have work locations in both Karnataka and Maharashtra, you would need to register your company under the Shops and Establishments Act of both Karnataka and Maharashtra separately.

When you register under a specific state's Shops and Establishments Act, you usually need to provide information about all the employees who are working in that state. This includes both employees who are physically present in that state and employees who are based in other states but are assigned to work temporarily in the state where registration is being sought.

So, if you register under the Karnataka Shops and Establishments Act, you would typically need to submit details of all employees who are working in Karnataka, regardless of whether they are originally from Karnataka or other states. This is to ensure that the labor rights and working conditions of all employees in that state are protected under the law.


DIPTI SRIVASTAVA 83
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In the scenario you've described, where you have 100 employees in Tamil Nadu and 100 employees in Karnataka, and you need to register under both the Tamil Nadu and Karnataka Shops and Establishments Acts, the "Muster Roll Wage Register" would typically apply only to the employees who are working in Karnataka.

The "Muster Roll Wage Register" is a record that contains attendance details and wages for employees. Since it's a state-specific requirement under the Karnataka Shops and Establishments Act, you would generally maintain this register for the 100 employees who are working in Karnataka.

For the 100 employees working in Tamil Nadu, you would follow the regulations and requirements of the Tamil Nadu Shops and Establishments Act. If Tamil Nadu also requires a similar register, you would maintain it for the employees in Tamil Nadu.

Each state's Shops and Establishments Act may have specific record-keeping and documentation requirements, and these requirements can vary. It's essential to understand the specific rules and regulations of each state where you have employees, and ensure that you are in compliance with the labor laws of those states.

To ensure accurate and up-to-date compliance, it's recommended to consult legal experts or labor consultants who are familiar with the labor laws of both Tamil Nadu and Karnataka


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