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Dear all, Why do we have to go for certification of standing orders? Can we use state rule under this Act, even if the number of workmen is about 300? Thanks, V K Sharma
From India, Delhi

If the number of employees is more than 300, certainly you should get your standing orders certified. The certification procedure is almost same for all the state and you can get it done following the state rules only.

The certified standing orders give you a set of rules, procedures and policies that the employer and the employees should follow. It will define the employee employer relationship and as such if you have standing orders, that will direct both employees and employer what all are to be done and what all are not to be done. Therefore, unnecessary disputes and arguments can be avoided if you have standing orders.

From India, Kannur

Thanks for your prompt and valuable reply.
From India, Delhi

Dear Friend,
The certification of standing orders is essential, if any establishment is adopting.
The question of why do ? The certification gives leagal sanctity to the rules framed in, or other wise shall be treated void.

From India, Mumbai
Ram K Navaratna

Dear Sharma

Certification of SO is mandatory if an organization reach threshold, of Central/State sphere.
One has to follow respective applicable Central/ State rules only for submission and certification.
On certification it becomes legally valid and binding on the parties.

Thanks and best wishes
Ram K Navaratna
HR Resonance

From India, Bangalore
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