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That Indian Railways, being biggest employer, has over 16,00,000 employees. That the number of trade unions in India had risen 58% from 53,535 in 1991 to 84,642 in 2008.
That out of Rs.550 crore in West Bengal and eastern states default cases, around Rs.450 crore is stuck in litigations.
That minimum wages in India differ with activity of work and location and vary from Rs.182 per day in agricultural work to Rs.410 per day in mining (2011-12).
That the eastern region has seen settlement over 8 lakh cases of provident fund matters in 2013-14 and Rs.2,400 crore was disbursed from the fund through withdrawals and advances.
That about 64% of the Indian women polled for a survey believe that the traditional 9 to 5 job would become obsolete and flexible hours should be the norm.
That job opportunity to the tune of 4 to 5 lakh are expected to be generated within the next two years across the country's leading cities as stated by Anshuman Magazine Chairman and Managing Director, CBRE South Asia.
That the women employees of the Central Government can take uninterrupted leave for two years for childcare which includes needs like exams and sickness as per order of the Supreme Court dated 15.4.2014.
That a survey, conducted by IT Consulting and outsourcing firm, Accenture reveals that 65% of Indians are preparing more women for senior management roles, and 80% of women are taking up more responsibilities to advance in their current roles at work.
That India will require 347 million skilled workers by 2022 as stated by NDSC.
That nearly one-third of the Indian Workforce consists of casual labour.
 
 
 

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FOR JULY 2014
STATUE (Central)
COMPLIANCE
LAST DATE
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21st July.
   
Employees’ Provident Funds & Misc. Provisions Act, 1952 Remittance of contributions
15th July.
Contract Labour (R & A) Act, 1970 Half-yearly return, by contractor (in duplicate)
30th July
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REVISED MINIMUM RATES OF WAGES IN HARYANA W.E.F. 1.7.2013

  Category Monthly Per Day
  Unskilled Rs.5341.51 Rs. 205.44
  Semi Skilled (A) Rs.5471.51 Rs. 210.44
  Semi Skilled (B) Rs.5601.51 Rs. 215.44
  Skilled (A) Rs.5731.51 Rs. 220.44
  Skilled (B) Rs.5861.51 Rs. 225.44
  Highly Skilled Rs. 5991.51 Rs. 230.44

Revised Minimum Rates of Wages in Uttar Pradesh from 01.04.2013 to 30.09.2013

Category

MW
per month

D.A. from 01.04.2013 to 30.09.2013

MW per month
w.e.f.
01.04.2013 to 30.09.2013

MW per day
w.e.f.
01.04.2013 to 30.09.2013

 Unskilled

2600.00

2375.86

4975.86

191.38

 Semi-skilled

2964.00

2708.48

5672.48

218.17

 Skilled

3290.00

3006.38

6296.38

242.17

Minimum Wages Revised in Delhi

Notice of Demand by Recovery Officer for Provident Fund Dues cannot be challenged before EPF Appellate Tribunal

Revised Rates of Minimum Wages in State of Haryana w.e.f. 1.1.2013
By a Notification No. IR-II/6430-6579 dated 22.02.2013 the Labour Department, Government of Haryana has revised the minimum rates of wages of various categories of employees with retrospective effect i.e. 1.1.2013.  The revised rates are as follows:

Category Monthly Per Day
Unskilled Rs.5212.15 Rs. 200.46
Semi Skilled (A) Rs.5342.15 Rs. 205.46
Semi Skilled (B) Rs.5472.15 Rs. 210.46
Skilled (A) Rs.5602.15 Rs. 215.46
Skilled (B) Rs.5732.15 Rs. 220.46
Highly Skilled Rs.5862.15 Rs. 225.46

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REVISED MINIMUM RATES OF WAGES IN DELHI W.E.F. 1.10.2012

CATEGORY

MONTHLY

Earlier Now
Unskilled Rs.7020.00  Rs. 7254.00
Semi-skilled Rs.7748.00 Rs. 8008.00
Skilled Rs.8528.00 Rs. 8814.00

CLERICAL AND SUPERVISORY STAFF

Non-matriculates Rs.7748.00 Rs. 8008.00
Matriculate but not graduate Rs.8528.00 Rs. 8814.00
Graduate and above Rs.9282.00 Rs. 9594.00

REVISED MINIMUM RATES OF WAGES IN PUNJAB W.E.F. 01.09.2012

CATEGORIES                                               

w.e.f  1.09.2012 to 28/02/13 monthly/Daily  (in Rs.)

Un-Skilled

4568  /  175.56

S-Skilled Upper

4915 / 188.84

S-Skilled Lower

4756 /  182.68

Skilled Upper

5299 / 196.89

Skilled Lower

5012 / 192.43

H-skilled upper

5745 /  220.73

H-skilled lower

5555 /  212.59

Clerk

5074 /  202.36

Accountant\Graduate\Clerk

5268 /  209.83

Truck\Tempo\Bus driver\Supervisor\Stenographer

5745 /  220.22

Revised Minimum Rates of Wages in Haryana w.e.f 1.7.2012

CategoryMOnthlyDaily
Unskilled4967.29191.04
Semi-Skilled - A5097.29196.04
Semi-Skilled - B5227.29201.04
Skilled - A5357.29206.04
Skilled - B5487.29211.04
Highly Skilled5617.29216.04

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