Casual Labour Regularisation be confirmed if completed 10 years of service

Casual Labour Regularisation be confirmed if completed 10 years of service

Supreme Court judgement on Regularisation of Casual Labour – Apex Court observes that if casual labour had completed 10 years on the effective date of Regularisation Rules he/she should be regularised – Regularisation may also be considered if casual labour completed 10 years of service with no misconduct

Casual Labourers with Temporary Status – Contribution to GPF and Pension

Casual Labourers with Temporary Status – Contribution to GPF and Pension

DOPT had clarified in OM dated 261h April, 2004 after introduction of NPS to the effect that Casual Labours are not covered by GPF. However, this clarification has been quashed by many legal forums. Hence, DOPT has come up with a clarification OM for covering casual labourers who have been granted temporary status would be entitled GPF

DOPT calls for proposal for regularisation of Casual Labours

DOPT calls for proposal for regularisation of Casual Labours with Temporary Status (CL-TS) from Ministries / Departments F.No.49014/3/2014- Estt(C) Government of India Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions Department of Personnel & Training North Block Dated 16th October,2014   OFFICE MEMORANDUM Subject: Regularization of Casual Labour with Temporary Status(CL-TS)-Proposals from Ministries/Departments on -regarding. The undersigned is directed…