Contract labour constitutes a large section of the vast multitude of organized and unorganised labour in the country. It is an inevitable economic necessity because the system provides much-needed employment to a large number of workers in various projects and jobs. Moreover, while some jobs are of a purely temporary nature requiring workers on a casual, some others require special skills and workers need to be hired for short periods.
The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970 was passed to prevent the exploitation of contract labour and also to introduce better conditions of work. It provides for the abolition of contract labour wherever possible and practicable, and regulation of their employment where it cannot be abolished altogether. In the Gammon India Ltd vs. Union of India case, the Supreme Court held that none of the provisions of the Act was unreasonable or excessive in character as to be unconstitutional.
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Who All Can Attend
All HR/IR professionals, HR managers, HR officers, supervisors, labour welfare officer employing and/or dealing with contractual workmen.
The duration of the course will be One Day.
At the end of the course the participants will be able to learn:
- The practical aspects of rules and regulations that are applicable for contract labour management
- The important legal issues while managing contract labour
- Contract Labour ( Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970
- Indian Contract Act
- Applicable labour laws related to contract labour management
- Factories act
- Payment of wages act
- ESI Act
- Provident Fund Act
- Payment of Bonus Act
- Maternity Benefit Act
- Prevention of Sexual Harassment Act
- Employee Compensation Act