How should employers pay wages?

Last updated on Jun 21, 2022

Employers can pay wages in any of the following ways: (( Section 15, Code on Wages, 2019))

  • Current coin or currency notes
  • Cheque
  • Crediting wages in the employee’s bank account
  • Electronic mode

However, the concerned Government might specify industrial or other establishments where employers should pay the wages only by cheque or by crediting wages in the bank account.

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