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That Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation has settled 53.90 lakh claims during the financial year 2014-15. Mr. K.K. Jalan, Central Provident Fund Commissioner has stated that 68% of these claims have been settled within 10 days.
That over 12 million persons are engaged in providing security services.
That about 45 women coolies were rescued from a spinning mill in Tamil Nadu's Erode district where they were kept in a single room with one toilet.
That the average CEO monetary compensation for new private sector banks was Rs.3.21 crore, in addition to stock options, whose monetary value is dependent on the bank's stock price and for public sector banks, Rs.18.66 lakh
That India has 4,80,000 seats available for apprenticeship and against this, only 2,80,000 people are imparted skills.
That over 400 employees of Flipkart have become Crorepaties within a decade by virtue of stock option scheme introduced by the company and opted by the said employees.
That Infosys would have launch a survey in second week of September to seek views from its employees on how to improve the company's performance.
That the starting income of an electrician, who is unskilled has just cleared Class XII, is Rs.11,300 per month while a desktop engineer, who is an engineering graduate, earns only around Rs.3,500 more.
That men's average daily earning was 56.2% higher than women's in regular wage/salaried employee category in villages during 2011-12, a government survey has said.
That government school teachers get Rs.20,000 to Rs.40,000 per month but in some of the private school in several States are getting as low as Rs.2,000 per month.
 
 
 

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COMPLIANCES BY EMPLOYERS
FOR NOVEMBER 2014
STATUE (Central)
COMPLIANCE
LAST DATE
Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948 Deposit of ESI contribution
21st Nov..
   
Employees’ Provident Funds & Misc. Provisions Act, 1952 Remittance of contributions
15th Nov.
Latest News on Labour Laws

Gazette Notification on enhancement of statutory wage ceiling to Rs. 15000/-, minimum pension of Rs. 1000/- per month and 20% additional relief on the amount of assurance benefit admissible under EDLI Scheme, 1976

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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30,000 new IT jobs likely in Odisha

Labour Minister releases report on flexi staffing

ESIC raises maternity grant

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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