The Contract Labour Act was started with the goal to bring equal rights and regulations for contractual workers. Usually, the working regulations of contract labour are different from the direct workers. Their employment relationship and the method of payment are also different as they are not paid directly by the Company. This labour are hired, managed and paid by the contractor.
So being a business owner, if your business hires contractors and contract employees, you have to follow the guidelines and different regulations of the Contract Labour Act.
With SGC Management Services Pvt. Ltd., you can give your complete focus on the direct affairs of the business rather than learning and finding out about the different laws and regulations. We have the team of the most expert professionals who provide complete assistance regarding all kind of legal affairs and payroll processing of the company.
With over 34 years of experience in the market, SGC Management Services Pvt. Ltd. has become one of the leading companies in Delhi, NCR and in PAN India. The expert staffs provide the complete consultancy about the regulations to operate the business as per the Contract Labour (R&A) Act, 1970 for a hassle free business. They also provide the service of creating, maintaining and submission of all kind of required documents, registers and forms as per the policies of the Contract (Regulation & Abolition) Labour Act, 1970 read along with Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Central Rules, 1971.
The Contract Labour Act Related FAQs
The Contract Labour Act regulates the working conditions, employment, and welfare of contract Labour. Compliance is essential to ensure fair treatment, safe working conditions, and adherence to legal obligations.
SGCMS offers expert consultation, contractor management, documentation support, audits, and guidance on implementing welfare measures to ensure compliance with the act.
A contract labour is an employee hired through a contractor to work for a principal employer. The act ensures that such labour receive fair treatment, wages, and welfare measures.
The act requires both principal employers and labor contractors to register and obtain licenses. We guide you through the registration process and assist in ensuring that contractors adhere to the regulations.