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Anonymous
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Where in the Factories Act or any other act, it is mentioned that "after every 48 hrs, one 24 hrs. Rest is granted. But for the rest day in a week, you should have to work at least 4 days in the week; otherwise, no rest day will be given." Please help its urgent. I m trying to find but not able to.
From India, Gurgaon
Madhu.T.K
4210

The law is that after every 6 days of continuous working an employee should be allowed 24 hours of rest. Obviously, if one has not worked for 6 days, he need not be given weekly off. However, a day of absence with paid leave shall be considered as day worked. That day should invariably be included in 48 hours calculation for all purposes including overtime and weekly off. Therefore, in respect of employees who have leave with wages to their credit, this will not work. Afterall, we will not work on at least one day in a week just to beat the rights of an employee.
From India, Kannur
Driha
1

Thankyou but where in the act this rule is mentioned.
From India, Gurgaon
Madhu.T.K
4210

Section 51 of the Factories Act speaks about 48 hours of work in a week. Section 52 speaks about weekly off. As per this section the first day of every week (ie, Sunday) is expected to be a holiday. The weekly holiday may be substituted by another day in such a way that no worker is allowed to work continuously for ten days without any holiday of rest for 24 hours. This is how the section 52 is interpreted.
From India, Kannur
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