All LABOUR LAWS TO BE REPEALED BY LABOUR CODES To protect the interest of stakeholders and to provide security to labour, there are many labour laws in India. Hence many laws are there, Government keeps amending them time after time, consequently Acts and rules have become complex. Not only complexity we even see duplicity in […]

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For protecting the interest of employees, Central Government is taking various steps in the organized sector against the events of sickness, maternity, disablement or death due to injury at employment etc. Government of India has notified many enactments for taking care of the health of the working people, out of which Employees’ State Insurance Act, […]

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As we know that Indian Government has been trying to encourage women and in return women have proved that they can serve everywhere emphatically whether it is house or corporate world. To protect the women and to develop women, there are various legislations in India. Out of these legislations the Maternity Benefits Act, 1961 is […]

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New rate of administrative charges payable by the employer under Employees’ Provident Funds Scheme, 1952 and Employees Deposit-Linked Insurance Scheme, 1976 are notified by Ministry of Labour and Employment through Notification No. S.O. 827(E) and S.O. 828(E) dated 15.03.2017 in supersession of the notification no. S.O. 323(E) and S.O. 324(E) dated the 2nd February, 2015. […]

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India is a developing country and it is focusing on strengthening the corporate sector. People of India are contributing to the development of corporate sector. Not only men but also women are contributing towards the development of Indian economy. Women are no longer limited to household chores; they are serving corporates, institutions, organizations and every […]

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The Law and Judiciary Department, Government of Maharashtra vide its notification published in the Maharashtra Government Gazette on 5 January 2017 has made significant amendments in Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act for the state of  Maharashtra. Now the said act will be applicable: To every establishment in which 50 (fifty) or more workmen are […]

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The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970 is a Central Act. However mostly all States are having their own rules. Likewise Delhi is also having its own rules namely Delhi Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Rules, 1970. In the said act there are two types of approvals, one is on the part of contractor, […]

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Employers liable to pay contribution under provisions of Employees Provident Fund & Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952 shall within fifteen days of the close of every month must pay the contribution to the fund through internet banking of the State Bank of India or any other Nationalised Bank authorized for collection on account of contributions and […]

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About EPF: Companies in which twenty or more persons are employed are liable to register for allotment of the PF Code number with Regional Provident Fund Commissioner. The employees whose salary is less than Rs. 15000 are to be mandatorily enrolled under EPF. The employer shall deduct the employee’s contribution from his wages and within […]

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