Managing Contractors Contract Labour and Outsourcing Operations

Legal issues, Remedies and Problem solving

13th March 2019 – Mumbai – Ramada Plaza

14th March 2019 – Delhi – Park Plaza

19th March 2019 – Bangalore – Royal Orchid

20th March 2019 – Chennai – Ramada Plaza


Contract Labour has been a topic widly discussed and deliberated by Industries, Legislature & Media. For some business organizations. Now-a-days, many activities, like house keeping, security, canteen, logistic, maintenance, pay-roll, recruitment etc are outsourced by the organizations due to variety of reasons. It is a tool of cost reduction, for others it is a tool to increase efficiency by outsourcing while for a few it serves the purpose of taking care of temporary & seasonal work fluctuations. The usage depends on the way it is proposed to be deployed and the results also vary accordingly.

Various judicial pronouncements regarding Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolitions) Act, 1970 have given many permutations to the Act causing serious implications on the smooth operations in industry. Lately, the Constitution Bench of the Apex Court has shown the way towards regulation of contract labour. The Government has also realized the necessity of amending the Act for the benefit of industries.


To disseminate right information, enhance awareness, harness opportunities, highlight regulatory obligations and prepare against challenges in the emerging trend of engaging labour as contract labour


-      An overview of the Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition Act) 1970. Applicability Coverage & Scope.

-      Licensing of Contractors and Registration of Principal Employers.

-      Important Provisions which should be included in Contract document.

-      Abolition, Prohibition and Absorption of Contract Labour.

-      Regulatory Provisions of CLRA

-      Employer’s obligations & Responsibilities.

-      Drafting a valid Contract between Principal Employer and Contractor – Safe Guards.

-      Termination of service of Contract Labour and Liability of Principal Employer.

-      Special provision for Health, Welfare and Safety of Contract Labour Factories/Construction sites.

-      Standing Orders – Vs – Contract Labour

-      Implications in the Contract of Law on Wages, PF, ESI, Workmen’s Compensation, Bonus, Gratuity, Factories Act and Industrial Dispute.

-      Regulatory Provisions, Records and Registers

-      Latest Case Laws.

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