Apprentices (Amendment) Act, 2014 & Apprenticeship Rules, 2015 - An Abstract & Duties of Employer

Posted by: ericmikio on 8 May 2019 in Amendments, Compliance, Evolution of Work, Payroll, Thought Leadership, Trend Views

(Volume – 38 of Coffee Break Compliance Guide from Anandan Subramaniam) In any industry or an establishment the employer can impart an Apprenticeship training under the Apprentices Act, 1961. Basically this Apprenticeship training contains both theoretical instructions and on-the-Job training in the organizational premises. With the amendment, the training (for theoretical instructions) can be outsourced...

A Perspective on NEEM (National Employment Enhancement Mission)

Posted by: ericmikio on 2 May 2019 in Compliance, HR, Human Capital Management, Payroll, Talent Management, Thought Leadership

(Volume – 37 of Coffee Break Compliance Guide from Anandan Subramaniam) Considering the availability of enormous potential manpower, the Government of India, in 2013 has taken an initiative to improve the skills, suitable to various industry segments. One among such inventive is NEEM (National Employment Enhancement Mission) – a Program governed by AICTE (All India...

Applicability and process to obtain Standing Order under the Industrial Employment (Standing Order) Act, 1946

Posted by: ericmikio on 22 April 2019 in Compliance, HR, Human Capital Management, Payroll, Talent Management, Time and Attendance

(Volume – 36 of Coffee Break Compliance Guide from Anandan Subramaniam) Is it applicable to your establishment? What is the objective of the Standing Order? There was no uniformity in the conditions of service of workers until this act was brought, which led to friction between workers and Management. An Industrial worker has the right...

Cost-to-Company (CTC) and Statutory Compliance

Posted by: ericmikio on 8 April 2019 in Compliance, Finance, HR, Human Capital Management, Payroll, Trend Views

(Volume – 35 of Coffee Break Compliance Guide from Anandan Subramaniam)   CTC – a term which has replaced wages/salary. Is it statutorily right? Wages or Salary is a periodic payment received by a person engaged to perform specific job in an organization. As per section 3 of Payment of Wages Act, 1936, every employer...

Types of Employments in an Organization

Posted by: ericmikio on 27 March 2019 in Compliance, Finance, HR, Payroll, Talent Management

How many types of employment do you have in your establishment? Is such type is compliant under Employment Legislations? Every establishment, whether it is a large enterprise or start-up, employers do engage people in different roles with as many classifications. As per the Industrial Employment (Standing order) Act, 1946, the workmen shall be classified as:...