Abstracts of various labour laws for display
Abstract of labour laws to be displayed in India is available as calendar chart format for display on notice board
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1. Labour law abstracts to be diplayed on notice for labour officer or inspector, or also
Abstracts of labour laws to be displayed in India
The Indian government has published abstracts of all labor laws that have come into effect
The abstracts include the provisions of the new law, as well as the relevant sections of the existing law.
2. Importance of labour law abstract hanging charts to be displayed on notice board in India
It is an obligation of every employer to display/provide his employees with a copy of the labour law abstract. The employer must display the abstract prominently at the workplace. If the employer fails to do so, he will be liable to pay compensation to the employee.
3. Why labour law abstracts are to be displayed in India
The purpose of displaying the labour law abstract is to inform the employees about the rights and obligations under the law. This helps them to understand the legal provisions and take appropriate steps in case of any violation of the law.
4. Labour law abstracts under acts and laws in India
The labour law abstracts are prepared by the Ministry of Labour & Employment, Government of India. These abstracts contain the details of various labour laws enacted by the government.
5. From where to buy abstracts of labour laws in India
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Abstracts of various labour laws to be displayed
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Abstracts calendar charts of CLRA and other acts are to be displayed in the Notice Board, because, for instance: the inspector may visited the office and issued a notice stating that the concerned authority has not exhibited the Abstract of Labour or also of other Acts and Laws, for example, abstract of building construction
In other words, each Abstract to be displayed is available as chart to exhibit or display as poster
7. Here is the list of abstract under various acts and laws in English in India:-
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1) Abstract of Factories Act of India, and
2) Abstract of Gratuity Act
3) Abstract of Contract Labour Act
4) Abstract of Bonus Act
5) Abstract of Payment of Wages Act
6) Abstract of Minimum Wages Act, or
7) Abstract of Maternity Benefit Act
8) Abstract of Provident Fund or
9) ESIC Scheme
10) Child Labour Act
11) Standing Orders
12) Workmen Compensation Act and
13) Abstract of building construction BOCW act, and
14) Sexual Harassment Act and
15) Equal Remuneration Act and
16) Industrial Dispute and also
17) Apprentice Act
The best part……about Abstract calendar charts for display of notice board under acts and laws :
8. Features of Abstract of labour laws in India are
- Dimensions of each abstract: 20 inches by 15 inches/ 18 into 12 inches
- Available as Chart to display, and
- To be put on the wall for display for labour officer
- Available in English only and also that
- In addition, the display material is water-proof and plastic laminated
- Similarly, each abstract weighs less than 350 grams
- See photo below which is a sample of one abstract(Each abstract contents are different)
- Use it to hang in the factory, or other sites(according to system protocols)
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LABOUR LAWS IN INDIA: AN OVERVIEW
India has a number of labour laws that regulate the rights and responsibilities of both employees and employers. These laws aim to provide a safe, fair and productive working environment for all workers and to protect their interests. Here is an overview of some of the key labour laws in India:
a. The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947:
This act governs the resolution of industrial disputes between workers and employers. It provides for the establishment of industrial tribunals and labour courts to hear disputes and make awards.
b. The Minimum Wages Act, 1948:
This act requires employers to pay their workers a minimum wage, which is periodically revised by the government. The minimum wage is set based on the skill level of the worker and the industry in which they work.
c. The Payment of Wages Act, 1936:
This act regulates the payment of wages to workers, including the timing and method of payment. It also provides for the inspection of wage records by government officials and imposes penalties for non-compliance.
d. The Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923:
This act provides for compensation to workers who suffer as a result of their employment. The compensation is paid by the employer and is based on the worker’s average earnings.
e. The Employees’ Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952:
This act requires employers to make contributions to a provident fund for their employees. The funds can be used by employees for their retirement, or in case of death or disability.
g. The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970:
This act regulates the employment of contract labour and provides for the abolition of contract labour in certain circumstances. It requires employers to register with the government and to provide contract workers with specified benefits and protections.
h. The Equal Remuneration Act, 1976:
This act requires employers to provide equal remuneration to men and women workers for work of equal value. It also prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in the matter of recruitment, promotion and other employment-related benefits.
i. The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986:
This act prohibits the employment of children below the age of 14 in certain occupations and regulates the working conditions of children between the ages of 14 and 18.
These are some of the key labour laws in India that protect the rights of workers and regulate their working conditions. It is important for both employees and employers to be aware of these laws and to comply with their provisions to ensure a safe, fair and productive working environment for all workers.