Labour Code Rules: The Modi government wants to implement the new rules of the Labor Code from October 1. If the rules of the Labor Code are implemented from October across the country, then the way you work in your office can change. Your working hours may increase, but at the same time no company will be able to make its employees work continuously for more than 5 hours. They have to give breaks to the employees. Let’s know how can change the way of working in the office…
Half an hour break will have to be given before 5 hours – Due to the implementation of the rules of Labor Code, no company will be able to make its employees work continuously for more than 5 hours. They have to give you a break. The draft rules have prohibited any employee to work continuously for more than 5 hours. Instructions to employees to give half an hour rest after every five hours are also included in the draft rules.
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Will change overtime rules In the draft rules of the OSCH Code, there is a provision to include extra work between 15 and 30 minutes in overtime by counting 30 minutes. Under the current rule, less than 30 minutes are not considered eligible overtime.
Working hours may increase Right now most offices have 8 to 9 hour shifts or office hours. In the new labor code, there is a provision to increase the working hours to 12 hours. Will have to work 48 hours a week. If a person works 8 hours a day, then he has to work 6 days a week. If you work for 9 hours, you will have to work 5 days a week. If you work 12 hours, you will get 3 days off in a week. That is, if you work for 12 hours on Monday and Thursday for the remaining 4 days, then three days a week, Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be a holiday. However, the labor unions are opposing the 12-hour job.
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New rules will be applicable from October 1 The government wanted to implement the rules in the new labor code from April 1, 2021, but they were postponed due to lack of preparation of the states and giving more time to the companies to change the HR policy. According to the Labor Ministry, the government wanted to notify the rules of the Labor Code from July 1, but the states sought more time to implement these rules, due to which they were postponed till October 1.
The rules were passed in September 2020 – Now the Labor Ministry and the Modi government want to notify the rules of the Labor Code by October 1. Parliament on August 2019 changed the rules related to three labor codes, industrial relations, safety of work, health and working conditions and social security. These rules were passed on September 2020.
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