Standing Orders & Factories Act

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BLL Teacher’s Presentation Presentation Notes
Industrial & Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance, 1968 & Factories Act 1934
(Mir Akbar Ali Khan, Faculty PAF-KIET)

Applicability * Applies to every Industrial/Commercial Establishment, wherein 20 or more Workmen are employed, directly or through any other person whether on behalf of himself or any other person, or were so employed on any day during the preceding twelve months. * Also applies to such classes of the Industrial & Commercial Establishments as Government may, from time to time, by notification in the official Gazette, specify in this behalf.
Non-Applicability
* Provisions of Standing Orders Section 10 B (Compulsory Group Insurance), Section 11 (6) & (8) (Stoppage of Work) & Section 12 (Termination of Employment), & Section 15 (Punishment) shall not apply to any Industrial Establishment, wherein Not more than 49 persons were employed, on any day during the preceding 12 months. * Nothing in the Standing Orders shall apply to Industrial & Commercial Establishments, carried on under Federal or any Provincial Government, where Statutory Rules of Service, Conduct or Discipline applies to Workmen Employed. * Also not applicable to Welfare Organization/Charitable Service
Workman – Defined * Only persons doing skilled or unskilled, manual or clerical work are covered by the Ordinance. * Those engaged in supervisory administrative or managerial capacity are excluded from the scope of the Ordinance. * Consensus of Judicial opinion seems to be the nature of work done by the employee would be essential & fundamental consideration and not his designation.

Commercial Establishment – Defined
“Commercial Establishment” means an establishment in which the business of Advertising, Commission or Forwarding is conducted, or which is a…...

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