50. (1) Every employer of an establishment to which this Code applies shall maintain a register containing the details with regard to persons employed, muster roll, wages and such other details in such manner as may be prescribed.
(2) Every employer shall display a notice on the notice board at a prominent place of the establishment containing the abstract of this Code, category-wise wage rates of employees, wage period, day or date and time of payment of wages, and the name and address of the Inspector-cum-Facilitator having jurisdiction.
(3) Every employer shall issue wage slips to the employees in such form and manner as may be prescribed.
(4) The provisions of sub-sections (1) to (3) shall not apply in respect of the employer to the extent he employs not more than five persons for agriculture or domestic purpose:
Provided that such employer, when demanded, shall produce before the Inspector cum-Facilitator, the reasonable proof of the payment of wages to the persons so employed.
Explanation.-For the purposes of this sub-section, the expression "domestic purpose" means the purpose exclusively relating to the home or family affairs of the employer and does not include any affair relating to any establishment, industry, trade, business, manufacture or occupation.
Section 46 Reference of disputes under this code
Section 47 Presumption about accuracy of balance sheet and profit and loss account of corporations and companies
Section 48 Audit of account of employers not being corporations or companies
Section 50 Records, returns and notices
Section 51 Appointment of Inspector cum Facilitators and their powers
Section 52 Cognizance of offences, Section 53 Power of officers of appropriate Government to impose penalty in certain cases
Section 54 Penalties for offences
Section 55 Offences by companies