Payment Of Wages Act, 1936(2003)

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  • 1. WORKERS IN GARMENT INDUSTRY WORKERS IN STEEL INDUSTRY WORKERS IN BUTTON INDUSTRY
  • 2.  
  • 3. INTRODUCTION
    • In a country where even living wages are not paid to workers, the need to protect the wages earned by them can hardly be over- emphasized. Before, the Payment of Wages Act, 1936 was passed, evils of withholding wages, delays in paying wages and making unreasonable deductions out of wages were quite prevalent.
    WORKERS IN PAPER INDUSTRY
  • 4.
    • The Payment of Wages Act, 1936 was passed to regulate the payment of wages to certain classes of persons employed in industry . It is essentially meant for the benefit of the industrial employees not getting very high salaries
    RAILWAY WORKERS
  • 5. OBJECTIVES
    • The main objective of the act is to ensure regular and prompt payment of wages and to prevent unauthorized deductions and arbitrary fines from the wages. It also regulates the rate of payment for overtime work. The act is applicable to persons employed in factory/ industrial establishment and drawings less than Rs.1600/- per month .
    WORKER IN GARMENT INDUSTRY
  • 6. DEDUCTION FROM WAGES (SEC.7 TO 13)
    • DEDUCTIONS FOR FINES
    • DEDUCTIONS FOR ABSENCE FROM DUTY
    • DEDUCTIONS FOR DAMAGE OR LOSS
    • DEDUCTIONS FOR SERVICES RENDERED
    • DEDUCTIONS FOR RECOVERY OF ADVANCES
    • DEDUCTIONS FOR RECOVERY OF LOANS
    • DEDUCTIONS FOR PAYMENTS TO CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES AND INSURANCE SCHEMES
  • 7. PENALTY FOR OFFENCE UNDER THE ACT (SEC.20)
    • Penalty for delaying payment of wages within the prescribed period or making unauthorized deductions.
    • Penalty for not paying wages on a working day or in current coin or not recording fines or not displaying the abstracts of the Act.
    • Penalty for failure to maintain, furnish records and returns.
    • Subsequent offences.
    • Additional fine for failure to pay wages by the fixed date.
  • 8. Thank You