Telangana Minimum Wages from 01.10.2018 to 31.03.2019

Telangana Minimum Wages from 01.10.2018 to 31.03.2019

Telangana Minimum Wages from 01.10.2018 to 31.03.2019 – Telangana Minimum Wages from 01st October 2018 to 31st March 2019

Commissioner of Labour Telangana issued press note regarding Telangana Minimum Wages from 01st October 2018 to 31st March 2019  and details as follows.

The Commissioner of Labour, Telangana, Hyderabad, and the Competent Authority under the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, has declared the average State Industrial Workers Consumer Price Index Numbers for the half year ending June,2018, as 1325 points (Base year 1982=100 series) for Industrial Workers under Part-I and 987 points (Base year 1986=100 series) for Agricultural Workers under, Part-II which are applicable for the period from 01.10.2018 to 31.03.2019 in various Scheduled Employments notified under the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, in the State of Telangana for the purpose of calculation of Variable Dearness Allowance.

Definition

Any Manufacturing process carried out in any factory as defined in Section 2(m) or Section 85 of the Factories Act,1948 other than those notified under Part – I or Part – II of the schedule of the Minimum Wages Act,1948.

Objective

The Main Objective of Minimum Wages is to provide for fixing the minimum rates of wages in certain employments.

It provides for fixing minimum wages in certain employments where labour is ignorant or less organised and is vulnerable to exploitation.

The Act provides for the fixation of a minimum time rate, a minimum piece rate, a guaranteed time rate, an overtime rate appropriate to different occupations and different classes of workers.

The employer is required to pay to every employee, engaged in a scheduled employment under him, wages at a rate not less than the minimum rate of wages notified for that class of employees without any deduction except as may be authorised.

Every employer is required to maintain registers and records giving particulars of employees, the work performed by them, the wages paid to them, the receipts given by them and any other required particulars.

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Telangana-Minimum-Wages-from-01.10.2018-to-31.03.2019.pdf (111 downloads)

Source: Telangana Commissioner of Labour

Committee constituted by Delhi Govt for Revision of Minimum Wages

Committee constituted by Delhi Govt for Revision of Minimum Wages

Order for Committee constituted vide direction of Hon’ble Supreme Court for fixation revision of Minimum Wages

Committee constituted by Delhi Govt for Revision of Minimum Wages – Office of the Secretary-Cum-Labour Commissioner, Govt. Of NCT of Delhi issued Order vide F.No.140/Addl.LC/Lab/Action/CWP-8125/2018 /273 dated: 06.11.2018 regarding Committee constituted for Revision of Delhi Minimum Wages as per Supreme Court and details as follows.

The Hon’ble Supreme Court in SLP no. 26185-26228/2018, GNCT of Delhi Vs Flt.Lt. Rajan Dhall Charitable Trust & Ors. etc. vide its order dated 31.10.2018 has directed the Govt.of NCT of Delhi to re-do the exercise of fixing the minimum wages for the scheduled employments afresh following route prescribed either under section 5(1)(a) or 5( I)(b) of the Minimum Wages Act 1948 and lay the proposed notification regarding rates before the Hon’ ble Court at the end of 3 months.

In view of the above directions of Hon’ble Supreme Court. Price Committee comprising of 4- officers has been constituted which is as under:-

(i)            Sh. Lallan Singh, Joint Labour Commissioner- Chairman.

(ii)           Sh. Amardeep, Assistant Labour Commissioner- Member.

(iii)          Sh. Shashi Bhushan, Labour Officer- Member.

(iv)         Sh. Manish Kumar Thakur, Inspecting Officer- Member.

For fixation/ revision of minimum wages, 15th Indian Labour Conference held in 1957 has laid down following components of wage fixation which are food, clothing, housing, fuel/ light and other misc. items. However, the Hon’ble Supreme Court in its judgment in the case of Reptakos Brett & Co. Ltd. -1991 which is related with minimum wage fixation/ revision has added 5’11 component i.e. Education, Medical requirement and social obligations in addition to 4 components laid down by 15th Indian Labour Conference held in 1957.

The said committee shall collect/obtain cost of various food components/ items as laid down by National Institute of Nutrition (NIN)- Hyderabad, an autonomous body under Indian Council of Medical Research(ICMR), GOI, prescribing intake of 2731 Kilo Calories per day by a worker to perform moderate activities and also cost of clothing component.

The said committee shall obtain/collect price/cost of various food components from Govt. outlets i.e. Kendriya Bhandar, Mother Dairy, Safal outlets and shall also obtain/collect price/cost of clothing component from Govt. outlet i.e. Khadi Gram Udyog.

The said Committee shall give its report regarding price collection in respect of food items and clothing component within 5 days of its constitution or earlier.

Source: Govt. Of NCT of Delhi

Draft Minimum Wages for Automobile Workshops: Tamil Nadu

Minimum Wages for Automobile Workshops

Tamilnadu – Draft Revision of Minimum Rates of Wages for the Employment in Automobile Workshops

Draft Notification regarding the Revision of Minimum Rates of Wages for the Employment in Automobile Workshops under the Act.[G.O. (2D). No. 89, Labour and Employment (J1),5th October 2018

No.II(2)/LE/951/2018.—The following draft of Notification, which is proposed to be issued in exercise of the powers conferred by clause (b) of sub-section (1) of Section 3 and sub-section (2) of Section 5 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948 (Central Act XI of 1948), is hereby published for information of all persons likely to be affected thereby, as required by clause (b) of sub-section (1) of Section 5 of the said Act.

2. Notice is hereby given that any objection or suggestion, which may be received from any person with respect thereto, on or before the 12th January 2019 will be considered by the Government of Tamil Nadu. Objection or suggestion, if any, should be addressed to the Principal Secretary to Government, Labour and Employment Department, Secretariat, Chennai-600 009 through the Commissioner of Labour, DMS Campus, Chennai – 600 006.

DRAFT NOTIFICATION.

In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (b) of sub-section (1) of Section 3 and sub-section (2) of Section 5 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948 (Central Act XI of 1948) and in supersession of the Labour and Employment Department Notification No. II(2)/LE/712/2014 published at pages 761 and 762 of Part II Section 2 of the Tamil Nadu Government Gazette, Dated 26th November 2014, the Governor of Tamil Nadu, hereby revises the minimum rates of wages payable to the classes of employees in the employment in automobile workshops in the State of Tamil Nadu Specified in column (1) of the Schedule below, as specified in the corresponding entries in column (2) thereof.

Explanations.- (1) Dearness Allowance.- In addition to the minimum rates of basic wages fixed above,’the employees shall be paid dearness allowance as indicated below:-

(i) The dearness allowance is linked to the Average Chennai City Consumer Price Index for the year 2010, that is 161 points (with base 2001=100) and for every raise of one point over and above 161 points, an increase of Rs.35.80 (Rupees thirty five and paise eighty only) per month shall be paid as Dearness Allowance.

(ii) The Dearness Allowance shall be calculated every year on the first April on the basis of the average of the indices for the preceding twelve months, that is from January to December.

(iii) The first calculation shall thus be effective from the date of publication of this Notification in the Tamil Nadu Government Gazette, based on the Average Chennai City Consumer Price Index of the previous year.

(2) Where the nature of work is the same, no distinction in the payment of wage shall be made between men and women employees.

(3) (i) To arrive at daily rates of wages, the monthly wages shall be divided by 26.

(ii) To arrive at monthly rates of wages, the daily wages shall be multiplied by 30.

(4) Wherever the existing wages ate higher than the minimum wages fixed herein, the same shall be continued to be paid.

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Tamilnadu-Minimum-Wages-Draft.pdf (52 downloads)

Source: TN Govt.

Tamilnadu – Draft Minimum Wages for Mat Weaving and Basket Making

Minimum Wages for Mat Weaving and Basket Making

Tamilnadu – Draft Revision of Minimum Rates of Wages for the Employment in Mat Weaving and Basket Making

Draft Notification regarding the Revision of Minimum Rates of Wages for the Employment in Mat Weaving and Basket Making under the Act.[G.O. (2D). No. 91, Labour and Employment (J1),8th October 2018.

No.II(2)/LE/952/2018.—The following draft of Notification, which is proposed to be issued in exercise of the powers conferred by clause (b) of sub-section (1) of Section 3 and sub-section (2) of Section 5 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948 (Central Act XI of 1948), is hereby published for information of all persons likely to be affected thereby, as required by clause (b) of sub-section (1) of Section 5 of the said Act.

2. Notice is hereby given that any objection or suggestion, which may be received from any person with respect thereto, on or before the 12th January, 2019 will be considered by the Government of Tamil Nadu. Objection or suggestion, if any, should be addressed to the Principal Secretary to Government, Labour and Employment Department, Secretariat, Chennai-600 009 through the Commissioner of Labour, DMS Campus, Chennai-600 006.

DRAFT NOTIFICATION

In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (b) of sub-section (1) of Section 3 and sub-section (2) of Section 5 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948 (Central Act XI of 1948) and in supersession of the Labour and Employment Department Notification No.II(2)/LE/755/2014 published at pages 795 and 796 of Part II – Section 2 of the Tamil Nadu Government Gazette dated the 17th December 2014, the Governor of Tamil Nadu, hereby revises the minimum rates of wages payable to the category of employees in the employment in Mat Weaving and Basket Making in the State of Tamil Nadu as specified in column (2) of the Schedule below, as specified in the corresponding entries in column (3) thereof:-

Explanations.- (1) Dearness Allowance.- In addition to the minimum rates of basic wages fixed above,’the employees shall be paid dearness allowance as indicated below:-

(i) The dearness allowance is linked to the Average Chennai City Consumer Price Index for the year 2010, that is 161 points (with base 2001=100) and for every raise of one point over and above 161 points, an increase of Rs.35.80 (Rupees thirty five and paise eighty only) per month shall be paid as Dearness Allowance.

(ii) The Dearness Allowance shall be calculated every year on the first April on the basis of the average of the indices for the preceding twelve months, that is from January to December.

(iii) The first calculation shall thus be effective from the date of publication of this Notification in the Tamil Nadu Government Gazette, based on the Average Chennai City Consumer Price Index of the previous year.

(2) Where the nature of work is the same, no distinction in the payment of wage shall be made between men and women employees.

(3) (i) To arrive at daily rates of wages, the monthly wages shall be divided by 26.

(ii) To arrive at monthly rates of wages, the daily wages shall be multiplied by 30.

(4) Wherever the existing wages ate higher than the minimum wages fixed herein, the same shall be continued to be paid.

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Tamilnadu-Minimum-Wages-Draft.pdf (52 downloads)

Source: TN Govt.

Kerala Minimum Wages for Workers in Furniture Industry from 01.10.2018

Kerala Minimum Wages for Workers in Furniture Industry

The Kerala Minimum Wages Revised for Workers in Furniture Industry as 01.10.2018

The Government of Kerala, Labour and Skills department revised the Minimum Wages of Kerala with effect from 01st October 2018 for various categories of workers vide Order No. 188/E1/2018-LBR/4470 dated 25.10.2018.

Objective of Minimum Wages Act

To provide for fixing the minimum rates of wages in certain employments.

The Act extends to the whole of India, requires the Central and State Govt. to fix minimum rates of wages in certain scheduled employment and minimum wages fixed REVISED from time to time

It provides for fixing minimum wages in certain employments where labour is ignorant or less organised and is vulnerable to exploitation. Minimum wages are not to be fixed in respect of any industry in which there are less than 1,000 employees in the whole State.  (Under the 1957 amendment to the Act of 1948, this limiting condition has been substantially relaxed.)

The Act provides for the fixation of a minimum time rate, a minimum piece rate, a guaranteed time rate ,an overtime rate appropriate to different occupations and different classes of workers.

The minimum wage fixed or revised by the appropriate Government will include the following

 (a)      A basic rate of wages and a special allowance at a rate to be adjusted, at such intervals and in such manner as the appropriate government may direct, to accord as nearly as practicable with the variation in the cost of living index number applicable to such workers.

 (b)     A basic rate of wages with or without the cost of living allowance , and the cash value of the concessions in respect of suppliers of essential commodities at concession rates, where so authorised: or

 (c)      An all inclusive rate allowing for the basic rate, the cost of living allowance and the cash value of the concessions, if any.

 (d)     The cost of living allowance and the cash value of the concessions in respect of supplies of essential commodities at concession rate shall be computed by the competent authority  at such intervals and in accordance with such directions as may be specified or given by the appropriate government.  The Act lays down that wages should be paid in cash, although it empowers the appropriate Governments for the payment of minimum wages wholly or partly in kind.

PAYMENT OF MINIMUM RATE OF WAGES

The employer is required to pay to every employee, engaged in a scheduled employment under him, wages at a rate not less than the minimum rate of wages notified for that class of employees without any deduction except as may be authorised.

FIXING HOURS FOR NORMAL WORKING DAY

In regard to any scheduled employment, minimum rates of wages in respect of which have been fixed under this Act, the appropriate Government may

(a) fix the number of hours of work which shall constitute a normal working day, inclusive of one or more specified intervals;

(b) provide for a day of rest in every period of seven days which shall be allowed to all employees or to any specified class of employees and  for the payment of remuneration  in respect of such days of rest;

(c) provide for payment for work on a day of rest at a rate not less than the overtime rate

 WAGES FOR TWO OR MORE CLASSES OF WORK

If an employee performs two or more classes of work, to each of which a different rate of wage is applicable, the employer is required to pay to such an employee in respect of the time respectively occupied in each such class of work, wages at not less than the minimum rate in force in respect of each such class.

MAINTENANCE OF REGISTERS AND RECORDS

Every employer is required to maintain registers and records giving particulars of employees, the work performed by them, the wages paid to them, the receipts given by them and any other required particulars.

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Kerala-Minimum-Wages-to-the-employees-employed-in-Furniture-Industry.pdf (36 downloads)

Source: Govt of Kerala

Kerala Minimum Wages for Construction Workers from 01.10.2018

Kerala Minimum Wages for Construction Workers

Kerala Minimum Wages for Construction Workers from 01.10.2018 – The Kerala Minimum Wages Revised for Workers in Construction of buildings as 01.10.2018

The Government of Kerala, Labour and Skills department revised the Minimum Wages of Kerala with effect from 01st October 2018 for various categories of workers vide Order No. E1/181/2018-LBRD/4469 dated 21.10.2018.

Objective of Minimum Wages Act

To provide for fixing the minimum rates of wages in certain employments.

The Act extends to the whole of India, requires the Central and State Govt. to fix minimum rates of wages in certain scheduled employment and minimum wages fixed REVISED from time to time

It provides for fixing minimum wages in certain employments where labour is ignorant or less organised and is vulnerable to exploitation. Minimum wages are not to be fixed in respect of any industry in which there are less than 1,000 employees in the whole State.  (Under the 1957 amendment to the Act of 1948, this limiting condition has been substantially relaxed.)

 

The Act provides for the fixation of a minimum time rate, a minimum piece rate, a guaranteed time rate ,an overtime rate appropriate to different occupations and different classes of workers.

 

The minimum wage fixed or revised by the appropriate Government will include the following

 

(a)      A basic rate of wages and a special allowance at a rate to be adjusted, at such intervals and in such manner as the appropriate government may direct, to accord as nearly as practicable with the variation in the cost of living index number applicable to such workers.

 

(b)     A basic rate of wages with or without the cost of living allowance , and the cash value of the concessions in respect of suppliers of essential commodities at concession rates, where so authorised: or

 

(c)      An all inclusive rate allowing for the basic rate, the cost of living allowance and the cash value of the concessions, if any.

 

(d)     The cost of living allowance and the cash value of the concessions in respect of supplies of essential commodities at concession rate shall be computed by the competent authority  at such intervals and in accordance with such directions as may be specified or given by the appropriate government.  The Act lays down that wages should be paid in cash, although it empowers the appropriate Governments for the payment of minimum wages wholly or partly in kind.

 

PAYMENT OF MINIMUM RATE OF WAGES

 

The employer is required to pay to every employee, engaged in a scheduled employment under him, wages at a rate not less than the minimum rate of wages notified for that class of employees without any deduction except as may be authorised.

 

FIXING HOURS FOR NORMAL WORKING DAY

 

In regard to any scheduled employment, minimum rates of wages in respect of which have been fixed under this Act, the appropriate Government may

 

(a) fix the number of hours of work which shall constitute a normal working day, inclusive of one or more specified intervals;

 

(b) provide for a day of rest in every period of seven days which shall be allowed to all employees or to any specified class of employees and  for the payment of remuneration  in respect of such days of rest;

 

(c) provide for payment for work on a day of rest at a rate not less than the overtime rate

 

 WAGES FOR TWO OR MORE CLASSES OF WORK

 

If an employee performs two or more classes of work, to each of which a different rate of wage is applicable, the employer is required to pay to such an employee in respect of the time respectively occupied in each such class of work, wages at not less than the minimum rate in force in respect of each such class.

 

MAINTENANCE OF REGISTERS AND RECORDS

 

Every employer is required to maintain registers and records giving particulars of employees, the work performed by them, the wages paid to them, the receipts given by them and any other required particulars.

 

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Minimum-Wages-to-the-employees-employed-in-Construction-of-buildings.pdf (45 downloads)

Source: Govt of Kerala

Goa Minimum Wages from 01.10.2018 to 31.03.2019

Goa Minimum Wages from 01.10.2018 to 31.03.2019

Goa Minimum Wages from 01.10.2018 to 31.03.2019 – The Goa Minimum Wages Revised for the period from 01.10.2018 to 31.03.2019

The Government of Goa, Office of the Commissioner, Labour and Employment revised the Minimum Wages of Goa with effect from 01st October 2018 for various categories of workers vide Order No. CLE/PA/MWA-VDA/(10)2016/3507 dated 04.09.2018.

Objective of Minimum Wages Act

To provide for fixing the minimum rates of wages in certain employments.

The Act extends to the whole of India, requires the Central and State Govt. to fix minimum rates of wages in certain scheduled employment and minimum wages fixed REVISED from time to time

It provides for fixing minimum wages in certain employments where labour is ignorant or less organised and is vulnerable to exploitation. Minimum wages are not to be fixed in respect of any industry in which there are less than 1,000 employees in the whole State.  (Under the 1957 amendment to the Act of 1948, this limiting condition has been substantially relaxed.)

The Act provides for the fixation of a minimum time rate, a minimum piece rate, a guaranteed time rate ,an overtime rate appropriate to different occupations and different classes of workers.

The minimum wage fixed or revised by the appropriate Government will include the following

 (a)      A basic rate of wages and a special allowance at a rate to be adjusted, at such intervals and in such manner as the appropriate government may direct, to accord as nearly as practicable with the variation in the cost of living index number applicable to such workers.

 (b)     A basic rate of wages with or without the cost of living allowance , and the cash value of the concessions in respect of suppliers of essential commodities at concession rates, where so authorised: or

 (c)      An all inclusive rate allowing for the basic rate, the cost of living allowance and the cash value of the concessions, if any.

 (d)     The cost of living allowance and the cash value of the concessions in respect of supplies of essential commodities at concession rate shall be computed by the competent authority  at such intervals and in accordance with such directions as may be specified or given by the appropriate government.  The Act lays down that wages should be paid in cash, although it empowers the appropriate Governments for the payment of minimum wages wholly or partly in kind.

PAYMENT OF MINIMUM RATE OF WAGES

The employer is required to pay to every employee, engaged in a scheduled employment under him, wages at a rate not less than the minimum rate of wages notified for that class of employees without any deduction except as may be authorised.

FIXING HOURS FOR NORMAL WORKING DAY

In regard to any scheduled employment, minimum rates of wages in respect of which have been fixed under this Act, the appropriate Government may

(a) fix the number of hours of work which shall constitute a normal working day, inclusive of one or more specified intervals;

(b) provide for a day of rest in every period of seven days which shall be allowed to all employees or to any specified class of employees and  for the payment of remuneration  in respect of such days of rest;

(c) provide for payment for work on a day of rest at a rate not less than the overtime rate

 WAGES FOR TWO OR MORE CLASSES OF WORK

If an employee performs two or more classes of work, to each of which a different rate of wage is applicable, the employer is required to pay to such an employee in respect of the time respectively occupied in each such class of work, wages at not less than the minimum rate in force in respect of each such class.

MAINTENANCE OF REGISTERS AND RECORDS

Every employer is required to maintain registers and records giving particulars of employees, the work performed by them, the wages paid to them, the receipts given by them and any other required particulars.

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Goa-Minimum-Wages-01.10.2018.pdf (46 downloads)

Source: Govt of Goa

Revised Odisha Minimum Wages with effect from 01.10.2018

Odisha Minimum Wages with effect from 01.10.2018

Revised Odisha Minimum Wages with effect from 01.10.2018 – Odisha Present rate of revised minimum notified wages including VDA with effect from 01.10.2018

Office Of The Labour Commissioner: Odisha: Bhubaneswar issued Notification vide Letter No. 431 / LC, Bhubaneswar, Dated 30.10.2018 regarding present rate of minimum notified wages including VDA with effect from 01.10.2018 and details as follows.

Accordingly, the present rate of minimum notified wages including VDA with effect from 01.10.2018 will be specified as under.

Sl No Category From
01.10.2018
1 Unskilled Rs. 280.00
2 Semi skilled Rs. 320.00
3 Skilled Rs. 370.00
4 Highly Skilled Rs. 430.00

The employer is required to pay to every employee, engaged in a scheduled employment under him, wages at a rate not less than the minimum rate of wages notified for that class of employees without any deduction except as may be authorised.

Every employer is required to maintain registers and records giving particulars of employees, the work performed by them, the wages paid to them, the receipts given by them and any other required particulars.

Definition

Any Manufacturing process carried out in any factory as defined in Section 2(m) or Section 85 of the Factories Act,1948 other than those notified under Part – I or Part – II of the schedule of the Minimum Wages Act,1948.

Objective

The Main Objective of Minimum Wages is to provide for fixing the minimum rates of wages in certain employments.

It provides for fixing minimum wages in certain employments where labour is ignorant or less organised and is vulnerable to exploitation.

The Act provides for the fixation of a minimum time rate, a minimum piece rate, a guaranteed time rate, an overtime rate appropriate to different occupations and different classes of workers.

All workmen who are covered under The Employees State Insurance Act, 1948 and Employees Provident Fund & Misc. Provisions Act, 1952 and the employers would continue to deposit employer’s contribution towards ESI and PF as per prescribed rates of contribution as per revised Minimum Wages.

 

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Odisha-Minimum-Wages-01.10.2018.pdf (71 downloads)

Source: Office Of The Labour Commissioner,Odisha

Delhi Revised Minimum Wages for workers from 01.10.2018

Delhi Revised Minimum Wages for workers from 01.10.2018 – Delhi Revised Minimum Wages DA Revision for workers from 01st October 2018

The Labour Department – Government of NCT of Delhi Vide F.No. 12(142)/02/MW/VII/3064 dated 16.10.2018 has revised the DA for the clerical and Supervisory staff in all scheduled employments in Delhi as follows

Category Rates applicable w.e.f 05.08.2018 after the judgment of Hon’ble High Court dated 04.08.2018 Dearness Allowances(pm) w.e.f 01.10.2018 M.W Rates (in Rupees) w.e.f 01.10.2018
(Rupees) (Rupees) Per-Month Per-Day
Un-skilled 10270 104 10374 399
Semi-skilled 11362 104 11466 441
Skilled 12506 104 12610 485

In case there is shortfall in All India Consumer Price Index, as a result of which dearness allowance apparently decreases, in that case there shall be no impact on notified applicable minimum rates of wages for different category of workmen/employees.

The Amount of Dearness Allowance in fraction, if any, would be rounded off to the next higher rupee.

All workmen who are covered under The Employees State Insurance Act, 1948 and Employees Provident Fund & Misc. Provisions Act, 1952 and the employers would continue to deposit employer’s contribution towards ESI and PF as per prescribed rates of contribution as per revised Minimum Wages.

Any Manufacturing process carried out in any factory as defined in Section 2(m) or Section 85 of the Factories Act,1948 other than those notified under Part – I or Part – II of the schedule of the Minimum Wages Act,1948.

Objective

The Main Objective of Minimum Wages is to provide for fixing the minimum rates of wages in certain employments.

It provides for fixing minimum wages in certain employments where labour is ignorant or less organised and is vulnerable to exploitation.

The Act provides for the fixation of a minimum time rate, a minimum piece rate, a guaranteed time rate, an overtime rate appropriate to different occupations and different classes of workers.

The employer is required to pay to every employee, engaged in a scheduled employment under him, wages at a rate not less than the minimum rate of wages notified for that class of employees without any deduction except as may be authorised.

Every employer is required to maintain registers and records giving particulars of employees, the work performed by them, the wages paid to them, the receipts given by them and any other required particulars.

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  Revised-Minimum-Wages-DA-for-clerical-and-Supervisory-staff-in-Delhi-from-01.10.2018.pdf (88 downloads)

Source: Delhi Govt

Delhi Revised Minimum Wages from 01.10.2018

Delhi Revised Minimum Wages from 01.10.2018

Delhi Revised Minimum Wages from 01.10.2018 – Delhi Revised Minimum Wages DA Revision for clerical and Supervisory staff from 01st October 2018

The Labour Department – Government of NCT of Delhi Vide F.No. 12(142)/02/MW/VII/3064 dated 16.10.2018 has revised the DA for the clerical and Supervisory staff in all scheduled employments in Delhi as follows

Category Rates applicable w.e.f 05.08.2018 after the judgment of Hon’ble High Court dated 04.08.2018 Dearness Allowances(pm) w.e.f 01.10.2018 M.W Rates (in Rupees) w.e.f 01.10.2018
(Rupees) (Rupees) Per-Month Per-Day
Non matriculates 11362 104 11466 441
Matriculates but not Graduates 12506 104 12610 485
Graduates and above 13598 130 13728 528

In case there is shortfall in All India Consumer Price Index, as a result of which dearness allowance apparently decreases, in that case there shall be no impact on notified applicable minimum rates of wages for different category of workmen/employees.

The Amount of Dearness Allowance in fraction, if any, would be rounded off to the next higher rupee.

All workmen who are covered under The Employees State Insurance Act, 1948 and Employees Provident Fund & Misc. Provisions Act, 1952 and the employers would continue to deposit employer’s contribution towards ESI and PF as per prescribed rates of contribution as per revised Minimum Wages.

Any Manufacturing process carried out in any factory as defined in Section 2(m) or Section 85 of the Factories Act,1948 other than those notified under Part – I or Part – II of the schedule of the Minimum Wages Act,1948.

Objective

The Main Objective of Minimum Wages is to provide for fixing the minimum rates of wages in certain employments.

It provides for fixing minimum wages in certain employments where labour is ignorant or less organized and is vulnerable to exploitation.

The Act provides for the fixation of a minimum time rate, a minimum piece rate, a guaranteed time rate, an overtime rate appropriate to different occupations and different classes of workers.

The employer is required to pay to every employee, engaged in a scheduled employment under him, wages at a rate not less than the minimum rate of wages notified for that class of employees without any deduction except as may be authorised.

Every employer is required to maintain registers and records giving particulars of employees, the work performed by them, the wages paid to them, the receipts given by them and any other required particulars.

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  Revised-Minimum-Wages-DA-for-clerical-and-Supervisory-staff-in-Delhi-from-01.10.2018.pdf (88 downloads)

Source: Delhi Govt