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I am working in the corporate office of a Ltd company. I would like to know whether corporate office comes under Shops & Establishment Act or Industrial Relation Act/Factory Act. if it is shops & establishment, is there anyone who can tell me wht is shops & establishment act and the site on which it is available.
19th November 2008 From India , Bhopal

Hi,
Any corporate office functioning seperatly from factory are covered under Shop and Establishment act,1948. If corporate office attached to a factory then it comes under factories act.
REgards,
mubarack
19th November 2008 From India , Madras
Your corporate office comes under the definition of : "Commercial Establishment", if you want to have shops and Commercial Establishment Bare Act u should tell the adress and location , because there are state specific S @ E Act.
I provide professional services to obtain the liocence, You can contact me on
20th November 2008 From India , Delhi
Dear,
This is actually statewise and your corporate office should have registered. You need to take a license to run your mall,shop,Commertial Estb issued by the Municipality Office with application form,shop layout,fee draft,NOC from Landlord.
Tel me your company and you may search on Google for the same by mentioning state name in the last.
With Regards
I.A.Warsi
20th November 2008 From Saudi Arabia , Jiddah
The corporate offices will be normally in the nature of 'commercial establishments' in which case the Shops and Establishments Act will be applicable. This is an state specific Act and hence, the provisions will differ from one state to another.
Secondly, for the establishments covered under the Shops and Establishments Act, other allied legislations, like Minimum Wages Act, Payment of Bonus Act, etc. will be applicable. Applicability of these legislations depends upon the location, the no. of employees, the nature of industry, etc. in the establishment.
Further, certain legislations contemplate branches but some legislations do not.
Should you require complete guidelines, you can get in touch with me by providing the complete details to my mail id :
Regards
K VARADAN
24th November 2008 From India , Madras
yes you come under this act if need any detail you can logon google.com and you can call me on 9990686878 myself Puneet Bhasin.
24th November 2008 From India , Delhi
Hi
Most of your queries are answered already. This registration process varies from state to state. If you are located in Kolkata, West Bengal, you may get in touch with me for the process to be undertaken. .
regards
satyen
28th November 2008 From India , Calcutta
I work in a pharma company and I am a sales promoyion employee.I want to know that am I covered under shop and establishment act and how?
24th April 2010 From India , Shiliguri
Dear All
Please let me know if my company which is an outsourcing company in Pune will fall under shop and establishment act ?
I wanted to know about the overtime policy and weekend working policy and working on National Holidays and other Holidays given in holiday list.
Regards
Shalini
27th September 2010 From India , Pune
What is the min number of employee required for shop and establishment act, what if the company have just one employee.
17th November 2010 From India , Ludhiana

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