Issues Businesses face with Labour Laws: Inputs Sought
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Once the issues are identified, we will have a seperate discussion on solutions followed by a submission to all the relevant stakeholders in the Government so actions can be taken on this front. more
On Wed, 10 Jul 2019 10:56:43 +0530 LocalCircles Manager wrote
MANJIT SINGH MINHAS
I Manjit Singh Minhas age 63 R/O wadgaonsheri Pune. Joined Tata motors pimpri Pune on 3Nov.1979 .on 24 Aug.2003 Manager S SNaik for to sign me VRS i.e Early separation scheme with lumpsome amount Rs3.5Lac. This was reported to H.o.Mumbai because my left over service was 11 years . They told me that you will get response from Pune plant .on 9 April 2004 my service was terminated without any reason with one month salary only .that me they saved RS 3.5 lac..no dues given to me .In month of Jan 2007 I joined Weikfield Pune .in month of March 2007 Tata motors pimpri Pune filled false complain of cheque overwrite and was sent to yerwada jail so lost my job of Weikfield .Case heard in shivajinagar court acquitted without any charge .Now my case on Tata motors pimpri Pune is in Bombay High Court. Civil Writ petition 7041 of 2012 till today no hearing .How one can get justice in India.I am family members of three. I only earning member of my family .This is harassment on me what nobody care even though I contacted to Ratan Tata on phone..So poor person will die without justice in India .Modi will enjoy. more
2. Lower level. Workers do not count PF when they consider their salary. So small companies are forced to pay both employee and employer contributions themselves, increasing their high labour costs by 25%. Dishonest companies therefore keep these employees off their official payroll, and pay regular bribes to labour inspectors.
Therefore the Government should support honest companies, by changing the law to make neither employee nor employer contributions compulsory, at least for companies with turnover less than Rs 10 crores.
If an employee volunteers to accept PF deductions from his salary, then the company can make a matching contribution, provided it is profitable. more