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Hi,

Our company is into exceutive search, placements, training Consulting, corporate office based out of Bombay.

We have 2 sets of employees :

* One who work for our organisation which are from HR, Trg, Finance, Buss Dev teams - we call them Core team &

* Another set of employees who work for other organisation on specific projects/assignments in India but on our company's payroll which are approx 4000 employees - we call them outsourced employees.

We have ESI,PF & legal consultants engaged with us but we are really not happy interms of their services & the responsibilties.

My queries are :

1. In terms of statutory/Legal complainces what are the necessary things required from our company stand point, which we must follow for our Core team & for outsourced employees.

2. Can someone guide us with a check list & necessary legal requirements for the same.

3. We are also looking for Legal consultants/Advisors who can assist us in carrying out these practices on a long term basis. Pls let us know if you know someone.

Looking forward to advise from all senior & experienced lot.

Regards,

Hena



+65.92304719

From Singapore, Toa Payoh
Dear Hena

Provisions will be same for both of them you need to be compliant with PF, ESI, Equal Remuneration, Minimum Wages Act, Payment of Bonus, Gratuity, national holidays and leaves as per statutory provisions.

I am glad to introduce myself a partner with one of mid tier full service law having three branched in India and global network.

we alrady are working with lot of MNC's and HNI's providing them legal / hr servcies on their queries and also drafting and vetting their agreements on retainership basis.

Should you require any assistanc feel free to contact us at the coordinates hereinbelow.

Regards

Sachin Dhingra

+919810510303
+919911510303
Direct Number: +911146054002

From India, Calcutta
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