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Schedule 2 – Labour Laws (Exemption From Furnishing Returns and Maintaining Registers by Certain Establishments) Act, 1988

Labour Laws (Exemption From Furnishing Returns and Maintaining Registers by Certain Establishments) Act, 1988

 

SECOND SCHEDULE

 

[See Sec. 2 (c)]

 

FORM A

 

[See Sec. 4 (1) proviso (a)]

 

Core Return

 

Return for the year ending 31st December

 

(To be furnished on or before the 15th February of the succeeding year by small establishments and very small establishments)

 

1.

 

(a) Name and postal address of the establishment.

 

(b) Name and residential address to the employer.

 

(c) Name and residential address of the Manager or person responsible for supervision and control of the establishment.

 

(d) Name of the principal employer In the case of a contractor’s establishment.

 

(e) Date of commencement of the establishment.

 

Nature of Operation/Industry/Work carried on

 

2.

 

(a) Number of days worked during the year.

 

(b) Number of man-days worked during the year.

 

(c) Daily hours of work.

 

(d) Day of weekly holiday.

 

3.

 

(a) Average number of persons employed during the year.

 

(i) Males.

 

(ii) Females.

 

(iii) Adolescents (those who have completed 14 years but have not completed 18 years of age).

 

(iv) Children (those who have not completed 14 years of age).

 

(b) Maximum number of workers employed on any day during the year.

 

(c) Number of workers discharged, dismissed, retrenched or whose services were terminated during the year.

 

4. Rates of wages – category-wise.

 

(1) Males

 

(2) Females

 

(3) Adolescents

 

(4) Children.

 

5. Gross wages paid

 

(a) In cash.

 

(b) In kind.

 

6. Deductions

 

(a) Fines.

 

(b) Deductions for damage or loss.

 

(c) Other deductions.

 

7. Number of workers who were granted leave with wages during the year.

 

8. Nature of welfare amenities provided: Statutory (specify the Statute).

 

9. Does the establishment carry out any hazardous process or dangerous operation coming within the meaning of the Factories Act, 1948, if so, give particulars.

 

10. Number of accidents

 

(a) Fatal.

 

(b) Non-fatal.

 

11. Nature of safety measures provided as required under the Factories Act, 1948.

 

Signature of the employer with full name in capitals.

 

Date……………

 

Place…………..

 

FORM B

 

[See Sec. 4(l) proviso (b) (i)]

 

Register of wages required to be maintained by small establishments

 

(To be maintained within seven days of the expiry of the wage period)

 

Name of establishment…………… Name and address of employee……………

 

Address (Local)…………………. Name of work…………………………….

 

(Permanent)……………………… Wage

 

period………………………………

 

Wages earned

 

Sl Nr Name of the employee Sex Desig
nation
Classification Whether permanent/temporary/ Casual/part-time or worked Father’s or husband name Total Days/ no. of unit Basic allowance
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

 

Wage Statutory Minimum rate Dearness Over-time Actual Bonus Gratuity Or ex-gratia Maternity benefits Any other allowance Total amount Advance
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

 

Fine due to damage or loss by neglect or default Provident fund Employees state Insurance Other deductions indicating the nature Total dedu
ctions
Net amount payable Sign or thumb impression of employee with date Sign of Insp
ector with date
Employees contribution Employees contribution
 
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

 

NOTES:

 

1. In case of deduction of any advance taken by an employee, the employer shall also indicate therein the number of instalments paid/total instalments paid/total instalments by which advance is to be repaid such as “5/20,6/20”, etc. The purpose of advance shall also be mentioned in the Remarks column.

 

2. In case of imposition of fines or deduction for damage or loss, the specific act or omission for which the penalty has been imposed has to be indicated in the Remarks column. A certificate shall also be recorded in the said column to the effect that an opportunity to show cause was given to the employee concerned before imposition of fine or deduction.

 

Signature of the employer with full name in capitals.

 

Date……………….

 

Place………………

 

FORM C

 

[See Sec. 4(l) proviso (b) (i)]

 

Muster Roll to be maintained by small establishments

 

Name of establishment ……………………….. Name and address of the employer

 

Address (Local)……………………………….…………………………………

 

(Permanent)…………………………………..Wageperiod……………………

 

Serial Number Name of the employee Date of employment Permanent address Age or date of birth Father’s husband’s name For the period ending… Number of units of work done during
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

 

Total attendance Total overtime worked Total production in case of piecerated workers Compensatory rest Signature of with date Remarks
Brought Inspector forward from previous wage period Given during the wage period
8 9 10 11 12 13 14

 

NOTES:

 

1. In the case of daily-rated workers, the extent of overtime done on each occasion has to be reflected against each concerned date, such as, “P/I” meaning “Present with one hour’s overtime”, “P/1-2” meaning “Present with one and a half hour’s overtime”, and so on.

 

2. The number of units of work done by a piece-rated worker has to be noted for each day in the Register. In case of employment of any child/adolescent, the employer shall indicate the hours worked each day with intervals of rest.

 

3. The Compensatory Test availed by the worker has to be marked in the Register in red ink as “CR”.

 

4. Column 7 to be filled up on each working day and the remaining columns to be completed within seven days of the expiry of the wage period.

 

Signature of the employer with full name in capitals.

 

Date……………..

 

Place………………

 

FORM D

 

[See Sec. 4(l) proviso (b) (i)]

 

Monthly register showing welfare amenities to be maintained by small establishments

 

Name and address of the Address of the establishment: For the month of … Employer ……………… Local/Permanent

 

Serial Number Name of the employee Sex Desig
nation
Weekly day of rest Dates of holidays for festival or similar other occasions No. of casual leave availed by the employee Quantum of annual leave with wages
Due Availed
 
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

 

Whether Welfare Amenities provided for Whether Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe, Handicapped or any other particular category Signature of the employer or his agent Remarks of the Inspecting Officer Signature of Inspector with date
Rest room Drinking water First aid
10 11 12 13 14 15 16

 

NOTE :

 

To be completed within seven days of the expiry of each calendar month.

 

Signature of the employer with full name in capitals.

 

Date…………………

 

Place………………..

 

FORM E

 

[See Sec. 4(l) proviso (b) (ii)]

 

Monthly register of muster roll-cum-wages required to be maintained by very small establishments

 

Year……………

 

Month or………

 

Wage period…….

 

(Where different……

 

Name of establishment…………………….

 

Name of employee………………………. Father’ name………..

 

Nature of work………………………….. Rate of wages……..

 

Wage period………………………….. Date of employment…..

 

Date Hours of work Interval for Rest and Meal Hours worked with the employer Overtime Casual or sicknees leave availed during the month/ wage period
  From To From To Hours worked Wages earned
   
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

 

Privilege leave Signature of them employer Remarks of the employer Remuneration
Leave due Leave availed Balance Basic salary or wage Overtime allowances, if any Other Total
 
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

 

Deductions Net Amount of payment Date of pay
ment
Sign or thumb impression of the employee Sign of Inspector with remarks, if any, and date.
Fines and deductions on account of damage or loss by neglect or default Other dedu
ctions
Advance paid if any
Date Amount Total
 
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

 

NOTE :

 

Columns 1 to 12 be filled up on each working day and the remaining columns to be completed within seven days of the expiry of the wage period.

 

Date……………………

 

Place…………………..

 

Signature of the employer with full name in capitals.

 

 

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