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sujesh7391
Can someone list out the kind of registers to be maintained as per Kerala labour shops and establishments norms, with form numbers
From India, Thrissur
raghunath_bv
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Hi Sujesh,

I can provide you with a general idea of the types of registers that are commonly required in many states under similar labor laws. Keep in mind that the specific requirements may vary, and it's essential to refer to the latest rules and notifications issued by the Kerala government or consult with a local legal professional for the most accurate information.

Here are some registers that are typically required:

Register of Employees (Form A): This register includes details of all employees, such as name, address, date of birth, date of joining, etc.

Attendance Register (Form E): This register is used to record the daily attendance of employees.

Leave Register (Form F): Details of leave taken by each employee, including types of leave (sick leave, casual leave, earned leave, etc.).

Wages Register (Form I): Records of wages paid to employees, including details of deductions.

Register of Overtime (Form III): If applicable, details of overtime work done by employees.

Register of Fines (Form V): If fines are imposed on employees for any reason, the details are recorded in this register.

Register of Deductions for Damage or Loss (Form VI): If deductions are made for damage or loss caused by employees, it is recorded here.

Register of Advances (Form VII): If the establishment provides advances to employees, details are maintained in this register.

Register of Rest Intervals (Form IX): Details of rest intervals provided to employees.

Register of Weekly and Daily Hours of Work (Form X): Records of the daily and weekly hours worked by employees.

It's crucial to check the latest amendments or notifications related to labor laws in Kerala, as the requirements may change over time. Additionally, the exact form numbers and formats may be specified in the rules issued by the concerned labor department in Kerala. You can find this information on the official website of the Labour Department or consult with a legal professional who specializes in labour laws in Kerala.

Thanks

From India, Bangalore
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