(Act No. 8 of 27)

[October 8, 20]

Act to determine the working conditions of workers working in the state-owned industries producing goods

Since it is expedient and necessary to legislate to implement the recommendations of the National Wage and Productivity Commission, 20, to determine the working conditions of the workers of the state-owned industrial enterprises;

Therefore, the law is hereby made as follows: –

Short title, introduction and application

  1. (3) This Act shall be called the Productive State-owned Industrial Workers Workers (Terms of Service) Act, 20.

(2) It shall be effective immediately.

(3) This Act shall apply to the workers working in the state-owned industrial production producing goods of Bangladesh.


  1. Unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context, in this Act –

(a) “Commission” means the resolution No. issued on November 22, 2012, pursuant to 1 Agrahayan 122 Bang. National Wage and Productivity Commission formed by, 20;

(B) “night shift” means any shift carried out after 12 (twelve) nights in the case of a state-of-the-art enterprise, where the day-to-day work is carried out in different shifts;

(C) “Goods producing state-owned industrial enterprises” means government-owned, state-owned, vested or taken over by government-acquired

(a) Bangladesh Sugar and Food Industry Corporation,

(a) Bangladesh Jute Mills Corporation,

(e) Bangladesh Textile Mills Corporation,

(1) Bangladesh Steel and Engineering Corporation,

(E) Bangladesh Chemical Industries Corporation, and

(1) Bangladesh Forest Industries Development Corporation; And

(d) “laborer” means any person, including an educator, whether his terms of service are public or implied, who are skilled, inefficient, technical, technical, business, in exchange for wages or money, directly or through a contractor in an establishment or industry. Appointed for developmental or curatorial work, but primarily someone in administrative or managerial work Do not include it.

The Government’s ability to determine the working conditions of the workers considering the recommendations of the Commission

  1. (3) Notwithstanding anything contained in any other law, rule, regulation, by-law, contract, award, settlement, practice, custom or terms of service for the time being in force, the Government shall, by notification in the official Gazette for implementation, consider any recommendations of the Commission. Wages, rent, allowance, medical allowance, travel allowance, Dholai allowance, festival allowance, leave paid to workers engaged in productive state-owned industries. Mortgage, Contributory Provident Fund, Tiffin Allowance, Gratuity, Hill Allowance, Rotating Shift Duty Allowance, Night Shift Duty Allowance, New Year Allowance, Group Insurance, Education Assistant Allowance, Maternity leave for women workers.

(2) All benefits other than the benefits and allowances mentioned in sub-section (1), which were introduced in the wage framework of 2002 (introduced on the recommendation of the National Wage and Productivity Commission, 20), will continue to be the same as before, and the rate of production. An individual or an institution of state-owned industrial enterprises may be entitled to the additional privileges of a worker. Cannot provide accessibility.

(3) The wages mentioned in sub-section (1), the rent allowance, medical allowance, travel allowance, dholai allowance, festival allowance, leave cashing, contributory provident fund, tiffin allowance, gratuity, hilly allowance, rotating allowance, rotation shift, duty duty, shift duty, Periodical effectiveness should be provided to provide night shift allowance, group insurance, education allowance, maternity leave and other benefits to women workers. Which may be issued for donations of.

The relative effectiveness of wages and benefits

  1. The wages fixed under section 3 shall be deemed to have come into force on July 1, 26, and the new rate of allowance and other benefits shall come into force on July 1, 25.

Certain contracts, etc. cancels

  1. Any contract, agreement or award made pursuant to this Act, before or after the commencement of this Act in respect of any privileges set by the Government under section 6, shall be terminated and shall not be enforceable in any way.

Ability to make rules

  1. For the purpose of this Act, the Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, make rules.

Cancellation and custody

  1. (3) If there is a State-owned Industrial Workers ‘Workers’ (Terms of Service) Act, 202 (Act No.22 of 202) and rules issued under it, the notification is hereby repealed, as stated in the Act, Rules and Notifications.

(2) Notwithstanding the cancellation under sub-section (1), any action or action taken under that Act, Rule or Notification shall be deemed to have been done or taken under this Act.