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I have taken a Contract Labour License .I have been working with a Company as a Manager.I supply my labour to this Company.Is there any illligality on my part?
Asked 3 years ago in Labour from Mumbai, Maharashtra
Being an employee of a Company you are not eligible to supply labour. In other words, if you are a fulltime employee, you will be governed by certain terms & conditions and one of the conditions would be that you should not do any business when you are in the service of the Company..
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You can either continue to work in the present Company where you are employed, or else you can do any business, including taking up of the Contract of supplying Labourers.
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You can not do both simultaneously.  However, you can take Contract Labour Licence in some body else's name and supply labourers to the companies.
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