Source: The Tamil Nadu Beedi Industrial Premises (Regulation of Conditions of Work) Act, 1958 For workers in beedi establishments, daily working hours cannot be set at more than 9 hours a day and 48 hours a week. A 30-minute break is compulsory for a maximum of 5 hours of work. The total spread of the day, including breaks, cannot be more than 10 hours in a day and 54 hours in a week. Overtime work should be paid at double the wage rate usually paid to the worker. In any case, no worker is allowed to work for more than 10 days at a stretch without a rest day. Workers ought to have taken a day of rest before or after a night shift. A day is considered to be an uninterrupted period of 24 hours from the end of the shift. This must include basic pay, dearness allowance and cash equivalent of concession from sale of food grain at concessional prices, calculated from the admissible limit for standard family. A standard family involves an employee, spouse and two children, totaling to three adults. In line with the Wage Code, the central or state government may fix the number of working hours that constitute a normal working day. Where a worker works in excess of a normal working day, he is entitled to overtime wage, which must be at least 200% of the normal wage rate.
No State laws and provisions under this topic. Source: Section 16 of the Gujarat Shops and Establishments (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 2019; Section 13 and 18 of the Bombay Shops and Establishments Act, 1948 For all workers in Shops and Commercial Establishments: For workers in Shops and Commercial Establishments: Karnataka
Source: Maharashtra Beedi and Cigar Workers (Conditions of Employment) Rules, 1968 No young person can be permitted to work before 6am and after 7pm. No young person can work for more than 7 hours a day and 42 hours a week. Gujarat
Except for cases that require continuous work due to technical reasons, compensatory holidays for factory workers should be spaced such that there are not more than two holidays in a week. Employers are also mandated to display a notice listing the lost holidays for workers to know and avail such holidays in the coming days. The notices are expected to be kept in place for a time period as decided by the authorities. Source: Section 96, 97, and 102 of the Maharashtra Factories Rules, 1963 Source: Section 12 and 14 of the Maharashtra Shops and Establishments (Regulation of Employment and conditions of service) Act, 2017