Showing posts with label Wages Act. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Wages Act. Show all posts

Saturday, 9 May 2020

Government of India has released Minimum Wages for the Central 2020

As per notification No. 1/VDA(3)/2O2O-LS-II, Government of India has released Minimum Wages for the Central sphere effective 1st April 2020


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Thursday, 30 April 2020

The Goa Minimum Wage Notification 1st April 2020

The Government of Goa vide Notification No. CLE/PA/MWA-VDA/(10)/2016/969 has published the Minimum Wages variable dearness remittance powerful from first April 2020

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The Goa Minimum Wages Act Notification 1st April 2020

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Saturday, 25 April 2020

Legal Alert! Andhra Pradesh Government issued notification for factories

Labour Officers Directed To Ensure Employers In Andhra Pradesh Make Payment Of Wages To Their Workers During Lock-Down 

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The Government of Andhra Pradesh has published directions to all the Government as well as Private Corporations shall make payment of wages/salaries fully to the workers of the employees including those serving under Contract and Outsourcing basis during the lock period and the violation will be viewed thoughtfully and welcome panel action under the Epidemic Diseases Act 1897. In this regard, the Chief Secretary to Government of Andhra Pradesh has published directions to the Labour Department, to ensure, that every migrant worker in the AP shall be catered food and shelter, and also expedite all industries and industries to pay their wages/salaries during the lockdown period. Hence all the JCLs/DCLs/ACLs/ALOs are hereby directed to ensure that every migrant worker is given food and safety. All the labor in the industries shall be paid salaries during the lockdown period without making any deductions and shall not remove any contact/casual workers, any violations of this order will be punishable under Disaster Management Act. The JCLs/DCLs are obligated to submit a weekly report



Thursday, 21 November 2019

The Code On Wages 2019 updated|Latest Code On Wages 2019 India

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Inroduced
Passed
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Lok Sabha
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Lok Sabha
Jul 23, 2019
Jul 30, 2019
Aug 02, 2019


  • The Code On Wages Act 2019 India

The Code on Wages Act, 2019 was presented in Lok Sabha by the Minister of Labour, Mr. Santosh Gangwar on July 23, 2019. It looks to manage pay and extra installments in all vocations where any industry, exchange, business, or production is done. The Code replaces the associated four laws: (I) the Payment of Wages Act, 1936, (ii) the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, (iii) the Payment of Bonus Act, 1965, and (iv) the Equal compensation Act, 1976.
Inclusion: The Code will apply to all workers. The focal government will settle on wage-related choices for vocations, for example, railroads, mines, and oil fields, among others. State governments will resolve on choices for every single other company.



  • Draft (Central) Rules u/s 67 of the The Code on Wages Bill-2019; calling for objections/suggestions, if any within one month from today  
             
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Friday, 15 November 2019

LATEST MINIMUM WAGES IN DELHI 2019

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Workers to Get 37% Hike as SC Upholds Delhi Govt Order on Minimum Wages

  • Setting aside a stay by the Delhi High Court, the apex court on Monday rejected all objections by employers.



  • The Supreme Court has upheld a Delhi government notification issued in March 2017 that will result in a 37% hike in worker’s minimum wages. The case had been pending in courts for two years. All permanent, fixed term, contractual, casual as well as daily-wage workers will benefit from this order.



All objections raised by the employers’ were rejected by the Supreme Court as it made this wage hike final on Monday.


  • The Delhi High Court had stayed the Delhi government’s notification last year on August 4, based on a plea made before it by a number of associations of employers. A clutch of employers had argued in the High Court that the burden of minimum wages and its upward revision would cause them hardship that they would not be able to bear.



  • After the High Court ruling turning down the wage hike, the workers had appealed in the Supreme Court. An October 2018 order had given the workers interim relief. Accordingly, the Delhi government had constituted a Minimum Wage Advisory Committee in November 2018 that finalised the wages. This amounts to Rs.14,842/- per month for unskilled workers, which was submitted before the Supreme Court.



On Monday, while hearing the case, the Supreme Court accepted this proposal of the Delhi government and asked it to notify the revised wages.




  • This would be notified after the DA (Dearness Allowance) component is added to it.                  The wage hike notified two years ago also came after an Advisory Committee under the Minimum Wages Act, had recommended it. The committee included five members, one each representing employers and employees and three government officials who were its ‘independent’ members. Now it is to be based on the new minimum wages notification as decided upon by the Minimum Wages Advisory Committee in January 2019, as per a press statement from Delhi CITU or Centre of Indian Trade Unions, which had become a party to the worker’s plea before the Supreme Court, and termed the judgement as “historic”.



  • The logic of the High Court, which had struck down the Delhi government notification, was circuitous. One the one hand, the court had asserted the constitutional validity of the Minimum Wages Act and also said that minimum wages should not just be “subsistence wages”. It had even reiterated earlier judgements which have held that some defects in the composition of an advisory committee or in its proceedings should not normally stand in the way of the final decision taken by the government, which is not bound by such recommendations.



  • Then, the judgement had taken a completely different tack: It side-stepped the Act’s mandate to protect workers from exploitation, refused to adopt the ‘beneficial construction’ approach, went into technicalities that precedent would not sanction and struck down the notification. The judgement then repeatedly criticised the Delhi government’s mission to raise wages, and in doing so it almost appeared to have adopted a counter-mission to overturn the hike.


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On the one hand, the High Court had correctly pointed out that courts should not intervene in minimum wage fixation orders unless there were “most substantial grounds”. It had stressed that the Minimum Wages Act “clearly” existed to “prevent exploitation of labour” and dismissed the arguments of petitioners as “irrelevant”.


  • But, it also said that the employers and employees were not properly represented in the Advisory Committee of the Delhi government, that its advice, though not binding, needed to be considered with an open mind, and that the government appeared to have shown a prejudice towards both employers and employees. It said that the constitution of the Advisory Committee was completely flawed, and that it did not allow employees or employers a hearing, nor did it take into account various facts. Thus, it was held that the process of fixation of the wages violated the principles of natural justice.



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Calling for this as “substantial ground” for intervention, the High Court had declared the notification as unconstitutional because it violated not only the Minimum Wages Act but also Article 14 (right to equality) of the Indian Constitution.

  • The hike announced in 2017 was substantial but it was still well short of the minimum wages given to central government employees by the Seventh Central Pay Commission, which amounts to Rs18,000 per month. The Delhi government had wanted to hike wages from Rs.9,745 to Rs13,350 per month for unskilled workers, and similarly for semi-skilled and skilled workers, to be computed on a pro-rata or per day of work basis. Both the Delhi government and the Pay Commission claimed to have computed their wage levels based on the same source: the 1957 Indian Labour Conference recommendations, as approved and further added upon by the Supreme Court in a 1991 judgement.


Even now, the substantially hiked wages achieved through a long court battle leave room for further hikes by the Delhi Government

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