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The efficiency of any company is primarily defined by its employees, but it takes a hit when the attrition rate or the employee turnover of a company is leaning towards a higher value.
Here are the top 3 ways in which you can control employee attrition.
This is the most comprehensive collection of various terms related to salary, payroll, and compliance on the internet. Basic payroll terms such as types of salary components & leaves have been explained in the beginning and as you keep reading, you’ll see advanced payroll terms related to taxation and labour laws.read more
Many business owners are unaware that leave management is an integral part of payroll and compliance. They are under the mistaken impression that leaves are given to employees more from a good HR practice rather than a legal compulsion. Giving leaves to employees is not only a good HR practice but is also mandated by law. Since different states in India have different leave rules, we have prepared a quick guide with leave rules in top states of India. This quick guide will help you in keeping your leave policy compliant with those laws.read more
Figuring out what compliances your business is liable for is only half the battle. With an array of payroll compliances to follow, it becomes quite a task to keep track of all the filing and payment deadlines. Furthermore, each state in India has its own set of deadlines. Missing deadlines and inviting unnecessary legal hassles becomes inevitable if a proper process is not followed.read more
“In this world, nothing is certain except for Death and Taxes” – Benjamin Franklin.
Let’s face it. Nobody loves taxes. But, we have to admit it’s a necessary evil and like in all the countries of the world, companies in India also have to adhere to a set of compliance laws. In this post, we are going to simplify Payroll Compliance Laws of India. Labour laws govern employee remuneration standards, social security benefits, Industrial relations, contractual/temporary employment, working conditions, occupational safety & health and lastly mandates some reporting requirements at fixed intervals. (read more)