New Labour Laws: Employees will get extra payment if leave is left for more than 30 days


New Labor Laws: Major changes will be made in the labor laws to create a better balance between work and life of employees in the country.

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According to media reports, after changes in four new labor laws, employees will get extra money if they are on leave from the company for more than 30 days. If the new labor laws are implemented, then the company will pay extra money to the employee if there are more than 30 days of leave left. Keep in mind that this rule has not yet come into effect.

What has changed in the new law?

According to the report published in the Economic Times, according to the Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions Code (OSH Code), 2020, an employee should not be left with at least 30 days of paid leave in a calendar year. If the employee has paid leave for more than 30 days, then the company will have to pay extra for more than 30 days. The purpose of the government behind bringing this law is that people can get at least a fixed amount of leave in a year and better working condition code can be implemented for them to work.

Labor law has been passed by the Parliament

Significantly, there has been a demand for the implementation of labor code rules in India for a long time. It is worth noting that four labor laws have been passed by the Parliament and notified in India for a long time, but the thing to note is that these labor laws are being coordinated with the Central Government as well as the State Codes. Will also have to be passed. Even after this, it will be implemented uniformly in the entire country.

What are the changes taking place in the new labor rules?

The thing to note is that under the new labor laws, apart from extra money on leave after 30 days, employees will get 3 days leave in addition to two days. But the working hours will increase during the rest of the week. Questions have been raised for a long time regarding the implementation of new labor laws, but there is little hope of their implementation before the general elections.

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