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Shops & Commercial Establishments Registration.

Every employer and owner of a shop & establishment whether it is Sole Proprietorship, Partnership Firm, LLP, Private Limited Company, Public Limited Company or any other business entity registered under any other law for the time being inforce shall apply for registration under Shops & Commercial Establishments Act within 30 days of commencement of business. The Shops & Commercial Establishments Act regulates hours of work, payment of wages, leave, holidays, terms of service and other conditions of work of persons employed in shops, commercial establishments, establishments for public entertainment or amusement and other establishments. This registration is compulsory for every business place of work except those who falls under Factories Act 1948. It is a state regulation and each state has separate shop & establishment regulation.

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ADVANTAGES.

FAQ

Who has to apply for Shops & Commercial Establishments Regisration?

Every employer and owner of a shop & establishment whether it is Sole Proprietorship, Partnership Firm, LLP, Private Limited Company, Public Limited Company or any other business entity registered under any other law for the time being inforce shall apply for registration under Shops & Commercial Establishments Act within 30 days of commencement of business.

Do we need to renew this certificate?

Yes. In some states on yearly basis and on the other states on three years basis.

What is mode of payment?

Online.

What are the obligations on the employer in implementation of the Act?

a) Every employee must be allowed to avail weekly holiday for every period of seven days. b) No employee shall be allowed to work more than 8 hours in any day and 48 hours in a week without making payment of overtime wages. c) Every employee shall be issued letter of appointment in form No. XXVI and the employer shall maintain the registers mentioned overleaf, namely; 1) Register of Employment in form No. XXII. 2) Register of wages in form no. XXIII 3) Register of Leave in form no. XXV. 4) Register of Advance of Wage in form no. XII 5) Bound visit book and others as applicable. d) Every employer is required to furnish the information or document to the inspector notified under the Act on demand. e) No person who has not completed his 14 years of age shall be required or allowed to work in any Shop or Establishment. f) Special Provisions to Women Employees :- i) No women employee shall be required or allowed to work in any shop & establishment before 6:00 AM and after 8:30 PM. ii) Every women employee is entitled for paid leave for six weeks immediately proceeding the date of delivery and six weeks after the date of delivery. g) Leaves:- i. The Employee who has served for a period of 240 days or more is entitled for 15 days of leave with wages, 12 days casual leaves and 12 days sick leaves and such leave with wages may be accumulated up to a minimum of 60 days. ii. Every employer is responsible for payment of all wages and sums required to be paid under this Act and monthly wages shall be paid by 5th of every month. iii. No employer shall without a reasonable cause, terminate the services of an employee who has been in his employment continuously for a period of not less than 6 months without giving such employee at least one months notice. iv. Every termination of employment shall be made in writing before the appropriate authority. Every employee who has served in any establishment for a period of not less than one year shall subscribe to the insurance scheme or insurance saving scheme.

What are the rights and privileges of the employees under the Act?

a) Every employee is entitled to receive the wages for the period of work rendered. b) Every employee is entitled for 15 days leave with wages, 12 days casual leave and 12 days sick leave. c) Every employee is entitled for the overtime wages worked beyond the normal working hours i.e., 8 hours at the rate of double the average wages earned. d) Every employee is entitled weekly holiday with wages and also Notional/Festival Holidays notified from time to time. e) Any employee who has been in his employment continuously for the period of not less than one year, shall be eligible for service compensation @ 15 days of average wages of each year. f) Every employee is eligible for encashment of the leave with wages for a period of 8 days in every year. Every employee is entitled for a special casual leave for 6 days only once during his entire service, if he/she has undergone vasectomy or tubectomy operation on production of certificate.

In howmany days a shops & commercial establishments registration done?

One day.

What is the government fee for Shops & Commercial Establishments Registration?

It depends on the number of employees. For example, of the number of employees are 5, then the governmen fee will be Rs. 500.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

  • Empoyer Photos
  • Employer PAN
  • Employer ID Proof: Aadhaar/Voter Id/Passport
  • Employer Address Proof: Aadhaar/Voter Id/Passport
  • Office latest electricity bill
  • NOC/Rental Agreement from owner
  • List of Employees
  • Office Name Board

PRICING & DELIVERABLES

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Registration

Rs4,999/InclTax
EMI OPTION
  • Certificate of Registration
  • ICICI Current Banking Account
  • GST Registration
  • Free GST & Accounting Software
  • Free GST e-Way bill Software
  • All Business Documents free
  • Free book - Shops & Commercial Establishments Act

Notes:

  1. If number of employees are more than five, then additional fee is paid by the client.
  2. In case of Annual Compliance, the govt challans will be born by the client.
  3. Audit fee is at actuals on annual basis.

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