It is an industry practice to engage persons on a contractual basis, particularly where the work is clearly delineated and the relationship is closed-ended, with a consolidated payout made to such person(s), conditional upon the deliverables, quality, timelines and other associated objectives. Such arrangements also envisage non-exclusive freelancer-like engagements, with the person so engaged being
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The Supreme Court of India, on the 12th of May held that The Building and Other Constructions Workers (BOCW) Cess is not payable in respect of supply of goods. In Uttar Pradesh Power Transmission Corporation Ltd. and Anr. Vs. CG Power and Industrial Solutions Limited and Anr. held that a contract that was for the
Applicability of The EPF Act to Establishments rendering Expert Services : The Supreme Court Clears Conundrum
The provisions of the EPF Act have been made applicable to establishments which render expert services, such as supplying of personnel, advice on domestic or departmental enquiries, special services in rectifying pilferage, thefts and payroll, irregularities to factories and establishments on certain terms and conditions, as may be agreed upon between the establishment and the establishment rendering expert services, vide Notification dated 17.05.1971, in case such establishments employ
The Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948 (‘the ESI Act’) is the first of its kind in India which introduced compulsory insurance of a specified class of wage earners against certain inevitable risks. The Act is a welfare measure meant to provide certain benefits to the employees in certain cases of sickness, maternity and employment injury.