Adhering by the legal and statutory norms is a general prerequisite for running any sort of business in India. This requires lots of hard work, valuable work time and constant monitoring in order to avoid any sort of penalties for non- compliance. The following aspects must be sorted out accordingly and timely for maintaining statutory compliance.

  • Avoiding legal implications & penalties
  • Access to regional and local expertise
  • Following ethical practices
  • Centralized error free data & documents that is readily available
  • Expert support during all audits and inspections
  • Assured ethical practices with strict timeline adherence

All these aspects, takes a huge toll on an organisation in terms of efforts and investment with reference to usage of man power as well as the economy of an organization. Therefore many organizations are not able to live up to the mark in ensuring complete compliance because of their inability to spend so much company resources.

Comprehensive coverage of labor laws

  • Shops and Commercial Establishments Act (S&E)
  • The Employees State Insurance Corporation Act - 1948 (ESIC)
  • The Labour Welfare Fund Act (LWF)
  • The Minimum Wages Act-1948
  • The Payment of Bonus Act-1965
  • The Payment of Gratuity Act-1972
  • Factories ACT, 1948
  • The Employees Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provision Act - 1952 (EPF)
  • The Professional Tax Act (PT)
  • The Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act - 1970 (CLRA)
  • The Payment of Wages Act-1936
  • The Maternity Benefit Act-1961
  • The Apprentice ACT, 1961

Our scope of work

Job Corner service covers all aspects of labour law all across India for smooth running of an organization. Following are the statutory compliances that we maintain for an organization.

  • Labour Law compliance
  • License Application, Amendment, Renewal
  • Maintenance of statutory registers, records, notices and returns
  • Liaison with Factories, Labour, MPCB, ESI and PF authorities
  • Remittance of statutory payments
  • Continuous monitoring of contractors compliances