Exemption from Industrial Employment Standing Order Act, 1946 In Karnataka

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By Frenil Francis
1 minute read ● June 26, 2019
Industrial Employment

The Government of Karnataka vide notification bearing no LD 194 LET 2016 has further exempted IT/ITES/Startups/Animation/ Gaming/ Computer Graphics/ Telecom/BPO/KPO/other knowledge based Industries for a period of another five years from the applicability of Industrial Employment (Standing Order) Act, 1946.

More about the Exemption Notification

This in continuation to the earlier notification dated on 25th January 2014, vide notification no LD 53 LET 2013 released towards exempting IT/ITES/Startups/Animation/ Gaming/ Computer Graphics/ Telecom/BPO/KPO/other knowledge-based Industries for a period of five years from the applicability of Industrial Employment (Standing Order) Act, 1946.

However the said exemption from the applicability of Industrial Employment (Standing Order) Act, 1946 are subject to the conditions as mentioned:

  1. Each IT/ITES/Startups/Animation/ Gaming/ Computer Graphics/ Telecom/BPO/KPO/other knowledge-based Industries shall constitute Internal Committee as per Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act 2013,
  2. Each IT/ITES/Startups/Animation/ Gaming/ Computer Graphics/ Telecom/BPO/KPO/other knowledge-based Industries shall constitute a grievance Redressal Committee (GRC) comprising of equal number of persons representing employer and employee to address complaint/grievances of any employee. The GRC shall be provided with all powers to handle all types of complaint/ grievances of employee within reasonable time
  3. Each IT/ITES/Startups/Animation/ Gaming/ Computer Graphics/Telecom/BPO/KPO/other knowledge-based Industries shall intimate information about the cases of disciplinary action like suspension, discharge, termination, demotion, dismissal of its employee to the Jurisdictional Deputy Labour Commissioner and Commissioner of Labour in Karnataka,
  4. Information regarding service condition of employees of IT/ITES/Startups/Animation/ Gaming/ Computer Graphics/ Telecom/BPO/KPO/other knowledge-based Industries, as required by the jurisdictional Deputy Labour Commissioner and Commissioner of Labour In Karnataka shall be promptly and fully submitted by every employer within the reasonable timeline fixed by the authority.

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