The Code on Wages Bill, 2019: What Employers in India Need to Know
The parliament of India has passed the Code on Wages Bill, 2019. Read this article to know more about its provisions and the impact on employers in India.
The Shops and Establishment Act in Delhi, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh
Businesses setting up in Delhi NCR should review the shops and establishment law in each state – Delhi, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh to see which act best suits their business, while employers across the region need to ensure their HR policies are compliant.
The Andhra Pradesh Shops and Establishment Act, 1988: Scope, Registration, and Compliance
Andhra Pradesh Shops and Establishment Act registration is a mandatory requirement for all companies, persons, and legal entities planning to set up a shop or commercial establishment in the state. Review the Act here to ensure that your HR policies and handbook are complaint.
Karnataka Shops and Establishment Act, 1962: Scope, Registration, and Compliance
Karnataka Shops and Establishment Act registration is a mandatory requirement for all companies, persons, and legal entities planning to set up a shop or commercial establishment in the state. Review the Act here to ensure that your HR policies and handbook are complaint.
Employees’ State Insurance – A Social Security Scheme in India
The ESI benefit scheme offers social security to workers against contingencies such as sickness, and injury resulting in loss of wages. This article discusses the scheme and provisions for both employers and employees.
Provident Fund Scheme for International Workers in India
In India, it is mandatory for international workers to contribute to the country’s employment provident fund and insurance scheme. Read to know about the provident fund for international workers and social security agreements in India.
Workplace Injury Compensation in India – What Businesses Need to Know
Injured workers and worker compensation are key liability issues for any business. In this article, we discuss the Employees’ Compensation Scheme in India.
India Eases E-Visa Rules for Business Travelers
India’s new business e-visa rules provide for longer visa validity, continuous stay up to 180 days and multiple entries. Read to know more