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know the importance of labour laws in india

Know the Importance of Labour Laws in India

Labour laws are very important aspect of running any business organization and also it

is very important that the company or the business follows the labour compliance. Our

government carefully scrutinizes each and every aspect of labour laws to make sure

that it is not violated. Dealing with labour laws and the requisite compliance is quite

complex. Many companies hire management consultants, consulting firms or a person

who fills in the role with relevant experience and qualification.

The person who handles the labour laws and compliance has to be updated with

labour laws in order to maintain the compliance. Labour laws clarify and codify a

company or a business enterprise’s obligation towards employees.

Former President of India Late Mr. V.V. Giri once said about industrial legislation - “a

provision for equitable distribution of profits and benefits emerging from industry,

between industrialists and workers and affording protection to the workers against

harmful effects to their health safety and morality.”

It may look like a hassle for your company but it keeps the employees safe, healthy,

happy and satisfied. In other words, it’s a motivating factor for the employees to be

more productive.

Below mentioned are some of the reasons why labour laws are important in India:

●Accurate Classification - For Example, a person working as an independent

contractor is the one who is working independently does not come under the

purview of most of the labour laws and company is not required to pay taxes

for independent contractors. The labour law prevents the employers to classify

their employees as independent contractors for saving money. Labour laws

ensure that everything is in order and employees are not overburdened with

taxes.

child labour child labour is a serious concern

●Child Labour - Child labour is a serious concern in India. In most of the cases, a

child is exploited by the business owners and at times is kept as a slave to work

in factories. The factories act of 1948 bars the children below 14 years of age to

work in factories. The business owners who are found violating the rule will face

severe consequences.

●Working Hours - According to the factories act of 1948, a person can’t work for

more than 48 hours every week and not more than 9 hours on a daily basis. It is

important for the employers to keep a record of total number of working hours of

an employee every month.

●Protects Employees - Labour laws take care of hazardous conditions and bad

treatment given to a person by the employer. Every company must provide the

necessary security for a person working in a hazardous sector such as mining

and construction. It ensures that every worker is safe and protected against the

possible threats.

Aforementioned are some of the reasons why labour laws are important in India. It is

eventually a boon to all the workers as it ensures their safety and well-being.