Haryana: 75 per cent reservation in private jobs, legal penalties

Chandigarh Chandigarh: Now 75 per cent of seats are reserved for local people in private jobs in Haryana. & nbsp; Local Haryana State Employment Act 2020 has been enacted in Haryana. Governor Sathyadev Narayan has approved the proposal. Under this, local people have a quota for those jobs in the private sector, where the monthly wage is Rs 50,000. This quota initially applies for 10 years and can be revised every two years.

How much is penalized for violation What?

By law, & nbsp; Companies that violate this also have to pay fines. Companies can be fined from ten thousand to 50 thousand rupees. Also, this fine can be increased to two lakhs.

What is the provision What?

  • This law applies to organizations with more than 10 employees.
  • Private companies are required to submit information on vacancies with a salary of less than 50 thousand in a government special portal within three months.
  • The impact of this law does not affect the working people. The law applies to new jobs and vacancies.
  • Employers can sue the government against law enforcement officers, not the court.

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