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the contract labour ( regulation & abolition ) act, 1970
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the contract labour ( regulation & abolition ) act, 1970

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The purpose of the Law on Abolition and Contractual Labor Regulation of 1970 is to prevent the exploitation of work by contract and also to introduce better working conditions. A worker is considered to be employed as an outsourced worker when hired in relation to the work of an establishment by a contractor or through it. Contract workers are indirect employees. Contract work differs from direct work in terms of employment relationship with the establishment and method of payment of wages. Contract work, in general, is not included in the list of payments nor is it paid directly. The Contracted Workers are hired, supervised and remunerated by the Contractor, who in turn is remunerated by the Establishment that contracts the services of the Contractor.

The Government of India has been deeply concerned about the exploitation of workers under the contract work system. With a view to eliminating the difficulties of contract work and taking into account the recommendations of various commissions and committees and the decisions of the Supreme Court, particularly in the case of Standard Vacuum Refining Company in 1960, the Contractual Labour Act (Regulation and Abolition) It was enacted in 1970. This law seeks to regulate the employment of subcontracted labor in certain establishments and to provide for their abolition under certain circumstances.

Contract work, in general, is not supported by the payroll roll or the collection roll nor is the salary paid directly. The establishments, which extend the work to the contractors, have no direct responsibility with respect to their workers. In general, the wages to be paid and the observance of working conditions are stipulated in the agreements, but in practice they are not strictly complied with.

The main characteristics of the Law can be summarized as follows:
• The Law applies to all establishments in which 20 or more workers are employed or were employed on any day of the last 12 months as contracted labor and for each contractor who employs or employed on any day of the last 12 20 or more workers It does not apply to establishments where the work done is intermittent or occasional in nature. The Law also applies to government establishments and local authorities as well.
• The central government and state governments must establish the Central Advisory Board and the State Advisory Boards, which are authorized to establish committees as deemed appropriate. The functions of the Boards are consultative, in matters arising from the administration of the Law as they are referred to. The Boards carry out the functions assigned to them under the Law.
• Facilities covered under the Act must be registered as the Primary Employer. In the same way, every contractor to whom the Law applies must obtain a license and not carry out or execute any work through an employment contract, except by virtue of and in accordance with the license issued.
• The Law has established the establishment of dining rooms. For the welfare and health of contract work, services are provided for bathrooms, first aid, drinking water, latrines and urinals. In the event that the contractor does not provide such facilities, the principal employer will be responsible for providing the amenities.
• The contractor is obliged to pay the salaries and a duty is imposed to guarantee the disbursement of the salaries in the presence of the authorized representative of the main employer. In case the contractor does not pay the salaries in part or in full, the main employer will have to pay the same. In the event that the subcontracted worker performs work similar or similar to that of regular workers, he will be entitled to the same salaries and conditions of service as regular workers according to the Central Work Regulation by Contract (Regulation and Abolition) of 1971.
• The Law provides for the appointment of inspector personnel, the maintenance of records and records, sanctions for infringement of the provisions of the Law and the Rules established therein and the elaboration of standards to carry out the purpose of the law. In the central sphere, CIRM officials have been designated as inspectors.
• In addition to the regulatory measures provided for in the Law for the benefit of the subcontracted worker, the "appropriate government" is authorized under Article 10 (1) of the Law, after consultation with the Central Board or the State Board, as the case may be. . , prohibit, through notification in the official gazette, the employment of subcontracted labor in any establishment in any process, operation or other work.
• Subsection (2) of Section 10 establishes sufficient guidelines to decide on the abolition of contract work in any process, operation or other work in any establishment and the "appropriate government" while taking action under this Section shall take a decision. Overview of the industry that performs similar activities. The guidelines provided in subsection (2) require the "appropriate government" to consider, as relevant data, the material that must be taken into account. The central government in the recommendations of the Board has abolished the system of work by contract in a series of jobs in different industries.
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