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Sumith.R
Hi, Please clarify mu doubt regarding workers committee is necessary in a Hotel with 500 employees? If yes, please inform me the steps to start ? Thanks, Sumith.R
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Madhu.T.K
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What do you mean by Workers Committee? In India the Industrial Disputes Act provides for forming a Works Committee in every establishment employing 100 or more workers. It is constituted by the employer as per the direction from the government. It shall consist of such number of members selected equally from the management side and the workers' side. If there is any registered trade union, the selection of workers should be in consultation with the Union.

Please remember that a Works Committee is not formed automatically once your employment strength exceeds 100 but it is formed as directed by the government by an ordinary or special order. At the same time, you can also form a Committee of workers and the management to take care of the smooth working of the organisation. But that committee will not be a statutory committee as per section 3 of the ID Act.

From India, Kannur
Sumith.R
Thanks for your reply. So its not mandatory.
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Madhu.T.K
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It is not necessary that a Works Committee is formed so long as the government has ordered to form it. But when you go for classification (of hotels) they may ask if you have any such committees to redress employee grievances. Then it will add value.
From India, Kannur
Sumith.R
Thanks and then better go to form a Redressal Grievance Committee
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Madhu.T.K
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Yes, both will serve the same purpose. And it is mandatory that you should have a Grievance Redressal Committee.
From India, Kannur
Sumith.R
Thanks for your kind advice . Take Care sir
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
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