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The scope and area covered under this Act is to regulate payment of wages, terms of service, holidays, leaves, work conditions, hours of work, overtime work, maternity leave and benefits, rules for employment of children, description of labour etc. All shops and commercial establishments are required to be registered under the Shops and Establishment Act within 30 days of commencement of work. Every Indian state has a separate rules and regulations with regard to conditions of work.
To register a shop or an establishment online forms are (Form A) available on website of Department of Labour, Government of Delhi. Also, while filing the form reference should be made to The Delhi Shops and Establishments Rules, 1954.
The owner of the shop shall send a statement to the Chief Inspector in Delhi in Form “A” together with prescribed fee paid in cash, within 90 days.
On receipt of the statement and the prescribed fees, the Chief Inspector will carry out verification and on being satisfied about the correctness of the statement, register the establishment and will issue the Registration Certificate to the owner of shop or commercial establishment In Delhi.
The object of Delhi Shops and Establishments Act, 1954, is to give some minimum benefits and relief to the vast unorganized sector of employees, employed in Shops and Establishments. Industrial Dispute Act 1947 , and Delhi Shops & Establishments. Act, 1954 are supplemental to each other.
This Act is applicable to all Shops and Establishments in the whole of the National Capital Territory of Delhi.
The Act is enforced through the Chief Inspector of Shops (CIS) and various inspectors under the Act, who are posted in nine districts of the capital who function under the supervision and control of Deputy /Assistant Labour Commissioners of the concerned district. Chief Inspector functions under the supervision of Deputy. Labour Commissioners (CIS) who in turn functions under the supervision of LC.
Yes, Registration is mandatory under the Act.
No Shops or Establishment on any day , can be opened earlier than such hour or closed later than such hour, as may be fixed by the Government by general or special order is this behalf.
Yes, by giving a 24 hours advance notice to the Chief Inspector.
For not more than nine hours on any day or 48 hours in any week .
Not for more than 6 hours a day and not to be employed continuously for more than 3 ½ hours without an interval of at least half an hour.
Double employment is prohibited under Section 9 of the act.
No, children of 12 years and below are prohibited to work in shops under (Sec. 12)
No woman or a young person can be required to work, whether as an employee otherwise in any establishment between 9 P.M. to 7 A.M during summer season and between 8 P.M. to 8 A.M during winter season.