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DINDIGUL: All industries, factories, shops, restaurants, transport offices and educational and other institutions should establish a Grievance Redressal Committee immediately, said R. Ravichandran, Assistant Labour Commissioner.

In a release here on Sunday, he said all institutions, factory and business establishments should furnish all details about the centre to the Additional Labour Commissioner in Tiruchi without fail after its establishment.

Similarly, all institutions, shops, restaurants, hotels and factories that have 20 or more workers should take steps to obtain certified standing orders. They should apply to the Office of the Additional Labour Commissioner, Tiruchi, in five copies for obtaining certified standing orders.

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