LABOUR LAWS (EXEMPTION FROM FURNISHING RETURNS AND MAINTAINING
REGISTER BY CERTAIN ESTABLISHMENTS) ACT, 1988
Parliament enacted from time to time a number of labour laws for regulating employment and conditions of service of workers. Whenever a new law was enacted, it prescribed certain registers to be maintained by the employers.
Simultaneously, the laws also prescribed for furnishing of returns of various details by the employers to the concerned enforcing authorities.
The Labour Laws (Exemption from Furnishing Returns and Maintaining Registers by Certain Establishments) Act, was enacted to provide for the exemption of employers in relation to establishments employing a small
number of persons from furnishing returns and maintaining registers under certain labour laws.
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