Contract Labour Supply Agreement

29. This agreement is also subject to the provisions of the Dock Workers (Safety, Health and Welfare) Act 1986 and the applicable rules. The company as the main employer, contracting it as a worker and the workers it employs are bound by the provisions of the law and rules. The contractor is the one who usually distributes wages to workers from the consideration paid by the company. The payment cycle must therefore be mentioned. 26. This contract may be terminated by the company or is deemed terminated by the company in any of the following events; Manpower Supply Agreement India is regulated by the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970. The law was passed to better recognize temporary workers and to eliminate temporary work in some sectors where working conditions are still primitive. The law provides minimum wages for temporary workers and applies only to sectors that employ more than 20 people as contract workers in one year.

25. The contractor must comply with all applicable laws and regulations governing the relationship between the employer and the worker, as if the contractor were the employer and the worker the employee. The contractor undertakes to compensate and compensate the company for any losses, royalties and expenses it has incurred as a result of violations of laws or regulations. Monitoring of work in the treaty is of the utmost importance. The licensee may appoint, in accordance with the rules set out in the agreement, a supervisor to supervise the work performed. This will allow for a quick but safe and effective assessment of workers. 5. The company proposes to entrust the work of loading and unloading the company`s vessel arriving in that port and the contractor has agreed to provide the work for this purpose on the following conditions recorded and agreed between the parties. Various characteristics such as attendance, time limit, reporting manager, contract penalties, worker replacement, code of conduct, theft, ID/badges; must also be included in a staffing contract.

14. The company has the right to deduct from any payment made by the company that must be paid by the contractor in accordance with this contract or by law from all funds that the company is entitled to the contractor under this contract. It is important to mention the purpose of the agreement, including the demand for labour to enter into short- and long-term contracts. The company and the contractor must be identified at the same time as the type of organization and type of business to be implemented. 4. The contractor carries out the activity of supplying labour to each establishment, including work specializing in loading and unloading cargoes of ships at the aforementioned ports and other ports in India and the contractor is licensed under the Labour Contract (Regulation – Regulations) of Abolition 1970. 2. The company informs the contractor, for at least eight days, of the date on which the company`s vessel is likely to arrive in that port and when the vessel is anchored in that port, is likely to leave the port after having shipped the goods reserved with the transport company. The company also informs the contractor of the number of workers needed to unload the ship arriving at port and how many workers will be required to load the vessel leaving port.