Haryana government has notified the State Employment of Local Candidates Act, 2020, which will come into force from January 15, next year. The Act was passed on March 2 this year to provide 75 per cent reservation to the local youth in employment in the private sector.
In a statement, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said, the upper limit of gross monthly salary under the Act has been reduced from 50,000 rupees to 30,000 rupees.
The Act will be applicable to employers of private sector companies, societies, trusts, limited liability partnership firms, partnership firms and any person who employs 10 or more persons on salary, wages, or other remuneration for the purpose of manufacturing, carrying on business, or rendering any service in Haryana.
Mr Khattar said that it will be mandatory for all these employers to register all their employees drawing a gross monthly salary or wages not more than 30,000 rupees on the designated portal available on the official website of the Labour Department, Haryana.
They have to hire 75 percent of local candidates in all-new recruitments for posts where the gross monthly salary or wages does not exceed 30,000 rupees. The employer may claim exemption where the adequate number of local candidates of the desired skill, qualification, or proficiency is not available by applying to the Designated Officer.
The violation of any provision of this Act will be a punishable offence. (AIR NEWS)