25. The Contractor shall comply with all laws and regulations relating to the employer/employee relationship, which shall be deemed to be the contractor as the employer and the worker. The Contractor undertakes to exempt the Enterprise from all losses, royalties and expenses it has incurred as a result of violations of law or regulation. 10. Every worker is required to respect, during his working time, the rules and regulations of the port authority with regard to his movement, clothing and discipline. If there is a violation of that worker and the company suffers penalties, financial losses or other costs, the contractor is responsible for it and reimburses the company for such liability. 23. If a third party suffers loss or damage as a result of a commission or omission, fault or worker delivered by the Contractor, the Contractor shall reimburse the same amount if the Enterprise is required to pay the same and the Contractor shall reimburse such loss or damage to the Enterprise. 21.
If the workers made available by the Contractor for the loading and unloading of the cargo are required to work more than 8 hours, the Contractor shall be required to pay the overtime wage prescribed by law. The company reimburses wages paid as overtime. However, if the workers have to work less than 8 hours, the contractor does not have the right to assert a claim against the company because he is obliged to pay the workers their wages for 8 hours of work. It may even be mentioned that in case of non-supply of an equivalent, the company concludes agreements with different third parties, that the prices are recovered by the contractor. In this article, Bhawana Tiwari, who is currently seeking a degree in Entrepreneurship Administration and Business Law from NUJS, Kolkata, discusses important clauses of the employment contract. The contractor could also be created to appoint a hierarchical superior responsible for the execution by the workers of the instructions given by the company. and, consequently, the remuneration for the inspection must be paid by the contractor. It is the contractor`s responsibility to pay minimum wages, which are prescribed by the legislation in force, mainly by the Contract Labour Act. This clause is further confirmation that the company is not involved in legal issues. (3) After receiving information from the company that a ship has arrived and is moored at the wharf, the contractor shall transport the number of workers requested to the port at its own transportation costs. With each new batch of employees made available by the contractor, the contractor must provide the company with a list of the employee`s address and various details..
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