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May 15 2024

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Natasha Dhar

Ensure Complete Compliance with Ascent Contract Labour Management System

The contract labour management landscape today is highly regulated for the right seasons. Compliance, therefore, has become a critical success factor for organisations across sectors. Failure to adhere to legal and regulatory requirements can result in hefty fines, tarnished reputation, and even business closure. This rings particularly true for industries like manufacturing, automotive, healthcare, and pharma.

 

The pitfalls of non-compliance

The consequences of non-compliance in these sectors can be severe. In manufacturing and automotive, violating labour laws or safety norms can lead to workplace accidents, legal battles, and production disruptions. Healthcare and pharma companies risk compromising patient well-being if they fail to meet quality standards and regulatory guidelines. Non-compliance can also lead to penalties, damage brand reputation, and erode trust– Outcomes that can cause long-term repercussions for businesses.

 

Ascent CLMS: Paving the way for compliant contract labour management

Ascent Contract Labour Management System (CLMS) offers a robust solution to ensure compliant operations when it comes to managing contract labour. This user-friendly and highly configurable system is designed to suit any business’s needs, making compliance a norm rather than an exception.

 

Real-time tracking and attendance management: Ascent CLMS enables real-time tracking of employee attendance, ensuring accurate records and compliance with labour laws. It streamlines shift schedules, rosters, and overtime approvals, minimising the risk of violations.

 

Comprehensive contractor and employee information management: The system maintains detailed contractor information, including licenses, worker compensation details, and statutory compliance data. It also manages contract employee information, validates joining through Aadhaar, and generates gate passes and employee IDs, promoting transparency and accountability.

 

Labour cost tracking and compliance monitoring: Ascent CLMS provides contractor-wise and department-wise labour cost tracking, ensuring budget adherence and cost-control measures. It also offers automated alerts and escalations for labour welfare fund registrations, PF/ESIC contributions, and contract period expiration, reducing the risk of non-compliance.

 

Customised reporting and analytics: The system offers role-based customised reports, enabling organisations to monitor critical compliance metrics. These include continuously working employees without weekly offs, overtime hours exceeding statutory limits, contractor license renewals, and employee count violations. These features cohesively work together to ensure compliance with various state laws and regulations.

 

The only CLMS your organisation needs

In industries where non-compliance to labour contract and management can have severe consequences, Ascent CLMS positions itself as a powerful ally. This system helps organisations maintain regulatory adherence, safeguard employee well-being, and uphold ethical business practices by tracking critical compliance metrics.. With its real-time visibility, user-friendly interface, and configurable features, Ascent CLMS is well-equipped to make compliant operations a norm across diverse sectors, fostering a culture of integrity.

 

To know more, connect with our team or request a demo today.

 

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