2011

ESI CENTRAL AMENDMENT RULES 2011 (DEPENDENT INCOME LIMIT)

ESI Central Amendment Rules 2011 (Dependent Income Limit).

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ESI ACT COVERAGE EXTENDED TO EDUCATION & MEDICAL INSTITU

ESI Act Coverage Extended To Education & Medical Institu.

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ESI - APPRENTICE CLARIFICATION SEP 2010

ESI - Apprentice Clarification Sep 2010.

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PAYMENT OF BONUS ACT AMENDMENT IN EMPLOYEE DEFINITION - 2

Payment Of Bonus Act Amendment In Employee Definition - 2.

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ESIC - INSTRUCTION OF DIFFERENT KIND OF JOB WORK DONE -

ESIC - Instruction Of Different Kind Of Job Work Done -

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PF - INTERNATIONAL WORKER AGREEMENT WITH SWISS GOVT CIRCU

PF - International Worker Agreement With Swiss Govt Circu.

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PF RATE OF INTEREST REVISED FOR 2010-11 FINANCIAL YEAR

PF Rate Of Interest Revised For 2010-11 Financial Year.

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PF - NO INTEREST ON INACTIVE PF ACCOUNTS WEF 1 APRIL 2011

PF - No Interest On Inactive PF Accounts WEF 1 April 2011

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PF COVERAGE EXTENSION OF ESTABLISHMENTS 8 JAN 2011

PF Coverage Extension Of Establishments 8 Jan 2011

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ESI - GENERAL REGULATION AMENDMENT JAN 2011

ESI - General Regulation Amendment Jan 2011

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PF ENHANCEMENT OF EDLI BENEFITS WEF 8 JAN 2011

PF Enhancement Of EDLI Benefits WEF 8 Jan 2011

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PF APPLICABLITY ON INTERNATIONAL WORKER - 3 SEP 2010

PF Applicablity On International Worker - 3 Sep 2010.

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AMENDMENT IN CLRA KARNATAKA RULES CHANGE IN RC FEE & LICE

Amendment In CLRA Karnataka Rules Change In RC Fee & Lice.

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PF INCENTIVE FOR DISABLE EMPLOYEES - MAR 2010

PF Incentive For Disable Employees - Mar 2010.

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2010

EMPLOYMENT OUTLOOK SURVEY - JAN-MARCH 2010

The survey focuses on employment growth potential and hiring forecasts to explore hiring requirements by management levels, function and age group and captures the responses of HR Heads, CEOs and the Senior Management professionals responsible for hiring decisions in their respective organizations.

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TEMP SALARY PRIMER

INCREMENTS & LONGEVITY SPECIAL
The TeamLease Annual Temp Salary Primer 2010 is a comprehensive report on a variety of attributes that govern the dynamics of the employment market – skills, salaries, increments and longevity (which is a measure of the time period for which a profile would stay in a job – the inverse of attrition). Data points covering these attributes for temp staff working across 264 different Job Profiles, 13 Industries and 8 Functional Domains in 14 major locations in India have been processed and analyzed for this purpose.

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2009

THE GEOGRAPHIC MISMATCH & A RANKING OF INDIAN STATES BY THEIR LABOUR ECOSYSTEM

This report is our second ranking of Indian States – the first one was done in 2006 - based on a labour ecosystem index, crafted to reflect the three variables of labour supply, labour demand and labour laws. Just like politics, all labour markets are local.

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EMPLOYMENT OUTLOOK SURVEY - JUL-SEP 2009

The survey focuses on employment growth potential and hiring forecasts, for the next three months and provides an overview of hiring pattern with relation to location and company profile.

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TEMP SALARY PRIMER

The TeamLease Annual Temp Salary Primer 2009 is a comprehensive report on skills and salary data for temp staff working across 264 different Job Profiles, 13 Industries and 8 Functional Domains in 14 major locations in India. The Primer serves as a guide for both job seekers and employers to get relevant information on talent, skills, salary growth rates and compensation. We are also introducing our ICP framework to the users, to reduce the wide ambiguity seen in the use of generic job designations.

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2008

THE RIGHT TO RISE; MAKING INDIA'S LABOUR MARKETS INCLUSIVE

This report makes the case that India's next wave of poverty reduction will come from accelerating India's four labour market transitions; farm to non-farm, rural to urban, unorganized to organized and subsistence self-employment to decent wage employment.

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