FACTORY COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Since labour is in the concurrent list under Indian Constitution, both central and State legislate laws, make rules and issue notifications. This has resulted in, multiplicity and complexity of laws, rules and regulations. Interpretation of definitions differs from legislation to legislation. Moreover the definition and provisions in labour legislations also constantly get altered through judicial pronouncements by various High courts and Supreme Court of India.
Despite these limitations, still gaps in labour law compliances could drag business entities into handling of concerns on corporate governance and With “Make in India” an agenda for boosting Indian economy, manufacturing as a high growth sector is expected to generate 100 million new jobs in 2022. Occupational health & safety concerns, working conditions, welfare amenities required of factory labourers are diversified in nature. Consequently, compliance requirements pertaining to factory workers are also unique compared to other workforce. Non-compliance or partial compliance could pave way reputational, financial and penal risks and consequences.industrial/employee relations. Prompt compliance would safeguard against those possibilities, promote the culture of corporate accountability and drive towards competitive advantage.