Effective Date

Acts

Labour Law Gazette Notifications

Released Date: 13th May, 2021

Kerala

The Kerala Minimum Wages Notification (March 2021)

The Government of Kerala, Labour and Skills (E) Department has revised the variable dearness allowance for employment in Shops and Commercial Establishment and employment in Computer Software Sector. As per the Notification No.DES/859/2021-P3(1), the Consumer Price Index (Cost of Living Index) Numbers applicable to employees in employment under the Minimum Wages Act (Central Act XI of 1948) for the month of March 2021 ascertained by the Director-General of Economics & Statistics under clause (C) of Section 2 of the Act

Effective Date: 1st Mar, 2021
Released Date: 12th May, 2021

Central

ESI Contribution Due Date Extended For The Month Of April 2021

ESIC vide notification no p-11/14/Misc/1/2019-Rev-II, keeping in view of pandemic and second wave of Coronavirus (COVID-19), has extended the ESI contribution for the month of April 2021 from 15th May 2021 to 15th June 2021

Effective Date: 12th May, 2021
Released Date: 11th May, 2021

Uttar Pradesh

The Uttar Pradesh Minimum Wages Notification (April 2021)

As per notification No. 336-61/Pravartan-(M.W.)/15 Minimum Wages released for the state of Uttar Pradesh effective from 1st April 2021 to 30th Sep 2021

Effective Date: 1st Apr, 2021
Released Date: 11th May, 2021

Telangana

Telangana Government Directive To Pay Wages To Employees Of Private Establishments During Lockdown Period

The Government of Telangana vide G.O.MS.No.102, has imposed lockdown in all parts of the State from 10. am to 6.00 am of the following day for a period of ten days subject to conditions and restriction. The regulation and measures also provide that all government, as well as private establishments, shall make payment of wages/ salaries fully to the workers/ employees including those working under contract and outsourcing basis during the above period. Any violation will be viewed seriously and will invite penal action under the relevant Act(s). Please refer to the notification for more details

Effective Date: 12th May, 2021
Released Date: 10th May, 2021

Dadra and Nagar Haveli

The Dadra And Nagar Haveli Minimum Wages Notification (April 2021)

The Administrator of Dadra & Nagar Haveli vide notification NO.LE/LI/DMN/MWA-3(II)/2021/90 has released Minimum Wages for the Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli effective from 1st April 2021 to 30th September 2021. Please refer to the notification for more details

Effective Date: 1st Apr, 2021
Released Date: 10th May, 2021

Daman and Diu

The Daman And Diu Minimum Wages Notification (April 2021)

The Administrator of Daman And Diu vide notification NO.LE/LI/DMN/MWA-3(II)/2021/90 has released Minimum Wages for the Union Territory of Daman and Diu effective from 1st April 2021 to 30th September 2021. Please refer to the notification for more details

Effective Date: 1st Apr, 2021
Released Date: 7th May, 2021

Telangana

Extension Of Due Date For Furnishing Of Integrated Returns Under Various Labour Laws In Telangana

Government of Telangana vide notification no.G.O.Rt.No.248 has extended the date of furnishing of integrated returns for 2020-21 and herein fixed the date of furnishing returns on 30th June 2021 as a one-time measures in view of the Second wave of COVID-19 situation in the State under various labour laws,(1) The Contract Labour (Regulation And Abolition) Act, 1970, (2) The Telangana Shops And Establishments Act, 1988, (3) The Inter-State Migrant Workmen (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1979, (3) The Minimum Wages Act, 1948 (4) The Payment Of Wages Act, 1936 (5) The Motor Transport workers act 1961 (6) The Building And Other Construction Workers (Regulation Of Employment And Conditions Of Service) Act,1996 (7) The Beedi and Cigar Workers (Conditions of Employment) Act, 1966 (8) The Telangana Factories And Establishments (National, Festival And Other Holidays) Act, 1974 (9) The Factories Act, 1948, (10) The Industrial Disputes (Central) Rules, 1957 (11) The Building And Other Construction Workers Welfare Cess Act, 1996 (12) The Payment Of Bonus Rules, 1975 (13) The Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 (14) Maternity Benefit (Mines & Circus) Rules, 1963. Please refer to the notification for more details

Effective Date: 7th May, 2021
Released Date: 7th May, 2021

Maharashtra

Extension Of Working Hours For Factories In Maharashtra

Government of Maharashtra vide notification no 3620/1 has exempted provisions of Section 51 (Weekly Hour), Section 52 (Weekly Holidays), Section 54 (Daily Hour), Section 56 (Spread over Hours) for factories in Maharashtra till 30th June 2021 subject to aforesaid conditions, 1. Overtime pay should be paid at double the normal wage 2. It is the responsibility of the occupier to ensure that changes in worker's working hour do not affect their safety with reference to chemicals or other hazardous factories 3. The working hours in a day should not exceed twelve-hour 4. Working hours on any day should not exceed thirteen hours including rest time 5. The total working hour in any week should not exceed sixty hours 6. No workers should be given continuous overtime work for seven days in a row. Also, overtime hours in a quarter should not exceed one hundred fifteen hours 7. The occupier of the factory should take all necessary precautions to prevent the spread of coronavirus 8. There should be a safe distance between the two workers during the manufacturing process in the factory and the use of the mask is mandatory always 9. The occupier of the factory must take all necessary precautions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus 10. The said relaxation period shall be deemed to be as specified in Section 64 of the Factories Act 1948 till June 30, 2021. Hence, employers having their factories in the state of Maharashtra registered under the Act may avail the benefit of extended working hours allowed at their factories in adherence to the specific instruction issued hereinabove including payment of overtime wages. Please refer to the notification for more details

Effective Date: 7th May, 2021
Released Date: 6th May, 2021

Himachal Pradesh

Extension Of Working Hours For Factories In Himachal Pradesh

Government of Himachal Pradesh vide notification no.Shram(A)4-3/2017 has exempted all factories registered under The Factories Act, 1948 in the state from the provisions of Section 51 (Weekly Hour), Section 54 (Daily Hour), Section 55 (Interval Of Rest), Section 56 (Spreadover) for a period of three months from the date of publication of the notification subject to below mentioned conditions, (1) No Adult workers shall be allowed or required to work in the factory more than twelve hours in a day and seventy-two hours in a week (2) The periods of work of adult workers in a factory each day shall be so fixed that no period shall exceed six hours and that no workers shall work for more than six hours before he had an interval for rest at least half an hour (3) Wages in respect of increased working hour as a result of this exemption shall be in proportion to the existing Minimum Wage fixed by the Government of Himachal Pradesh under Minimum Wage Act 1948 (4) Provision of the Over Time under section 59 of the Act shall continue to apply without any change. Hence, employers having their factories in the state of Himachal Pradesh registered under the Act may avail the benefit of extended working hours allowed at their factories in adherence to the specific instruction issued hereinabove including payment of overtime wages

Effective Date: 6th May, 2021
Released Date: 3rd May, 2021

Central

Appointment Of Effective Date Of Section 142 of Code On Social Security, 2020

Government of India vide Gazette notification no.1603 has appointed the 3rd day of May 2021 as the date on which the provisions of section 142 of the Code on Social Security, 2020 shall come into force. As per the notification, the Government has made Aadhaar mandatory as identity proof for all employees and workers, including organized and unorganized workers, to avail social security benefits with effect from May 3rd in order to prevent the misuse of the benefit being given to workers or employees with a fake identity. Section 142 of the Code on Social Security, 2020 provides that the employees or unorganized workers shall, to register as beneficiaries for social security benefits or avail other social security services, establish his identity or, as the case may be, the identity of his family members or dependants through Aadhaar number. The Aadhaar registration is mandatory for all workers and employees seeking social security benefits from the government in either kind or cash. These would also include medical and sickness benefits, pension, gratuity, maternity benefit, or any other benefit or withdrawal of fund. Further, Aadhaar registration will also be mandatory for availing services of the career centre or receiving any payment or medical attendance as the insured person himself or for his dependants

Effective Date: 3rd May, 2021

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