vivek s. patil
Hi All, We have one contractor in Maharashtra who has obtained a CLRA License. What type of return will they file to the labour office? Please suggest.
From Germany, Schwieberdingen

Dear Vivek,

The Contract Labour Regulation and Abolition (CLRA) Act in India is designed to regulate the employment of contract labour and ensure they receive certain benefits and rights. While I can provide general information, it's important to consult with a legal or tax professional for specific and up-to-date advice tailored to your contractor's situation.

Typically, contractors with a CLRA license are required to submit various returns and reports to the labour office. These may include:

Half-Yearly Return:
Contractors are usually required to submit a half-yearly return to the appropriate authorities. This return should contain details about the contract labour employed during that period, the nature of work, and other relevant information.

Annual Return:
An annual return is often required, summarizing the details of contract labuor employed throughout the year. This report may include information such as the number of contract labourers, the nature of work, and compliance with various provisions of the CLRA Act.

Registers and Record
Contractors are generally required to maintain registers and records containing details of contract labor, their work, wages, and other relevant information. These records may need to be produced during inspections by labor officials.

It's important to note that specific requirements may vary, and the contractor should refer to the CLRA Act and any guidelines issued by the labour department in Maharashtra for detailed information.

Since labour laws can be complex and subject to change, it is advisable to consult with a legal professional or a chartered accountant who is well-versed in Indian labour laws. They can provide accurate and up-to-date information based on the specific circumstances of the contractor and any recent changes in regulations.

From India, Bangalore
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From Germany, Frankfurt am Main

The answer is simple and there I no need to copy paste from chat gpt.

The contractor needs to file an annual return each year under CLRA.
They may need to file other returns applicable (eg. Under shop and establishment act, bonus act)
The Contract Labour department is not fully online and you can file the returns online as far as I know.

Half yearly return is abolished in Maharashtra in 2021.

There is also an annual return to be filed by principal employer (unless they are filing a combined return under factory act), so please do not forget that.

From India, Mumbai
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