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Hi All, Good afternoon! Can anyone share the latest Indian Labor Laws checklist with all due dates for a Construction Company? Thanks & Regards, Puneet Chauhan HR Department
From India, Jaipur

Hi Puneet,

I can provide you with a general overview of some key labor laws applicable to construction companies in India. However, it's crucial to consult with a legal professional or a specialized consultant to ensure compliance with the latest regulations, as labour laws may change over time.

Employee Provident Fund (EPF):
Monthly contribution and filing of returns by the 15th of the following month.
Annual return submission by April 30th.

Employees' State Insurance (ESI):
Monthly contribution and filing of returns by the 15th of the following month.
Half-yearly return submission by November 11th and May 11th.

Professional Tax (PT):
Monthly or annual payment depending on the state.

Payment of Bonus Act:
Annual bonus calculation and payment by March 31st.

Payment of Gratuity Act:
Gratuity payable on termination after 5 years of continuous service.
Form I should be submitted within 30 days of becoming eligible.

Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act:
Registration and licensing of contractors.
Monthly submission of returns.

Minimum Wages Act:
Periodic revision of wages.
Maintain and preserve records.

Payment of Wages Act:
Payment of wages by the 7th and 10th of every month.
Maintain records for three years.

Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act:
Registration of construction workers.
Submission of annual returns.

Industrial Disputes Act:
Compliance with layoff, retrenchment, and closure provisions.

Occupational Safety, Health, and Working Conditions Code (OSH Code):
Compliance with health and safety standards.

Employment Exchange (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Act:
Notification of job vacancies to the employment exchange and specific dates and requirements may vary based on your location and the size of your construction company. It is strongly recommended to seek legal advice to ensure accurate compliance with the latest labour laws in India.


From India, Bangalore
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