Labour law compliance refers to a set of accepted terms or conditions of employment. It refers to several regulatory compliances including minimum wages act, work men’s compensation act,contract labour act, factories act etc.
Business is tough in India. Apart from the business side, the company is also obligated to meet statutory compliance requirements. There are various Laws and Acts that the business must comply with or face punitive action. There are laws at Central level and there are State Government laws applicable to a business. Continue Reading
Outsourced Labour Related Statutory Compliance Services, in HR refers to the legal framework within which organizations must operate, in the treatment of their employees. Every country has several hundreds of federal and state labour laws that companies need to align with.
Alps Consultants strictly adheres to the Labor Law Statutory Compliance policies of India, which stated simply refers to the legal framework within which organizations must operate, in the treatment of their employees. Alp has a unique distinction of maintaining a cent percent Labor Law Statutory Compliance record with regards to both its employees and its clients. Our strong focus on Labor Law Compliance in HR has inspired us to develop a highly sophisticated infrastructure designed to manage the diverse requirements of our clients across India. Alp has a great team of Legal and Labor law experts, who possess all the required expertise to address each and every aspect of Indian Labor Laws and Compliance. Alp solutions support every aspect of your HR strategy, right from recruitment and onboarding to training, talent management, payment and reward.
Many Labour Law Compliances such as PF & Misc Provision Act, Factories Act, ESI Act, Minimum Wages Act, Bonus Act, Labor Regulation and Abolition Act, Professional Tax Act, Shop and Establishment Act are required of Indian companies. Establishments spend a significant amount of time ensuring that they are compliant with all these provisions, sometimes with no guarantee of full compliance. Continue Reading