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siva_39
Dear Cite hr Members,

As we strive to ensure compliance with the Minimum Wages Act for the fiscal year 2023-2024 in Karnataka, we are in need of your valuable insights and input regarding the classification and skill levels of our Toll employees.We are registered under shop & Establishment act.

The primary objective of this exercise is to accurately categorize our employees and their corresponding skill levels within the organization. This is crucial to determine the appropriate minimum wage rates and ensure that our employees receive fair compensation in accordance with the legal requirements.

To this end, we kindly request that the CITE HR Members assist in defining skill levels for the following types of employees:

Nursing Assistants
Toll Collectors
Toll Supervisors
Lane Supervisors
Lane Assistants
Drivers
Helpers
Electricians


Regards


Madhu.T.K
4210

In the absence of a classification available in the notification pertaining to the scheduled employment/ industry the categorisation shall be made by the employer considering the skill requirement for each category of employment. For example, if the basic rate or scale of pay of a Toll Collector is not available in the notification, then you can decide whether he belongs to unskilled, semi skilled, skilled or highly skilled. Obviously, a toll collector will not put any skill to collect it but can apply his mind to understand which kind of vehicle is coming on the way. Then you can decide what should be the way of communication he has to make with the payee of the toll, how should he approach the toll payee etc.

In some trades like Nurses, Drivers and Electricians you will get minimum wages of related industry and the same can be implemented in your establishment also.

In addition to the basic pays you should pay dearness allowance (that will be same for all categories of employees under one scheduled industry) to all the employees. This DA part will change based on the CPI as published by the government in due course.

From India, Kannur
Sumanta_Majumdar
In the official site of Karnataka Labour Commissioner's Office, there is no schedule employment for Toll Plaza employees. Hence, your employees may be covered under "Employment not covered under any scheduled employments" Point no.31.

Under this category, you may please go through the attached notification wherein you will find the skill category of above positions and their corresponding Minimum Wages.

Regards,

From India, Mumbai
Attached Files (Download Requires Membership)
File Type: pdf Min Wage Circular_Karnataka_Employment not covered under any Schedule.pdf (1.03 MB, 5 views)

Srinath Sai Ram
609

Dear Mr Siva,
Admitted that your establishment is Registered under The karnataka Shops & Commercial establishments Act, 1961. If Minimum wages of Shops & Comml establishments is applicable, Please note
1.Toll Collector-Bill Collector
2.Toll Supervisor-Technical Supervisor
3.Lane Supervisor-Supervisor
4.Lane Assistant-Assistant
5.Driver-Driver
6,Helper-Shop Assistant/Office Boy
7, Electrician-Skilled Labour/Technician
Please peruse Notification, Fix applicable Minimum Wages based on Nature of Job Performed.Your Compnay designation does not matter, what matters is type of Job performed

From India, New Delhi
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