ESI Services, EPF Services, Payroll Services, Certification Services


The landscape of statutes of labour laws is constantly evolving, and it takes a special agility to keep abreast of all the latest developments and ensure compliance. At Aanoor HR Solutions, we offer compliance services that perfectly meet your organization's requirements.

It is absolutely imperative to comply with all legal and statutory norms for businesses to operate successfully in India. This often involves significant investment of resources, time, and continuous monitoring to be in the know of all the changes that are happening, in order to be compliant and avoid penalties.

With the ever-changing employment laws, it becomes a challenge for small and mid-sized companies to keep themselves compliant. What these organizations need is reliable HR compliance services from an experienced provider.

To ensure timely and efficient statutory compliance in your organization, the following aspects must be in place:

  • Unrestricted access to local and regional expertise
  • Expert support during all audits and inspections
  • Following ethical practices
  • Knowledge of timelines for adherence to the many laws and regulations
  • Updated documents and data in a centralized location, and which are readily available
  • As you can imagine, this takes a lot of effort and investment in terms of both money and manpower. Not every organization can afford to or even want to spend so many resources in ensuring compliance. Nonetheless, it is absolutely vital for a business to be compliant to all the laws of the land.

    Statutory Compliances service in Chennai

    Benefits Of Out Sourcing Compliance

    Our clients benefit from outsourcing statutory compliance management in many different ways.

  • Sound corporate governance
  • An increase in focus on strategic business areas
  •  A reduction in the labour overheads
  • Timely compliance and adherence to all the different statutes and labour laws
  •  Avoidance of all litigation and associated costs that may arise out of non-compliance
  • Complete and accurate maintenance all records that are relevant to compliance.
  • Employee Provident Fund (EPF)

    Employee Provident Fund (EPF) is one of the main platforms of savings in India for nearly all people working in Private sector Organizations. The main aim of the EPF scheme is to promote retirement savings for employees across India.


    It statutory compliance outsourcing to an experienced firm such as Aanoor HR solutions Consulting, you can ensure compliance without having to hire and maintain a separate department for it. Our clients find that our statutory compliance services are an ideal solution to be compliant in all aspects of statutes and labour laws.


  • Shops and Commercial Establishments Act (S&E)
  • The Employees Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provision Act - 1952 (EPF)
  •  The Employees State Insurance Corporation Act - 1948 (ESIC)
  • The Professional Tax Act (PT)
  • The Labour Welfare Fund Act (LWF)
  • The Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act - 1970 (CLRA)
  • The Minimum Wages Act-1948
  • The Payment of Wages Act-1936
  •  The Payment of Bonus Act-1965
  •  The Maternity Benefit Act-1961
  •  The Payment of Gratuity Act-1972
  • The Equal Remuneration Act-1976
  • The Industrial Establishment (N&FH) ACT
  • The Employment Exchange (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) ACT-1959
  • Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition & Redressal ) ACT, 2013
  •  Employees Compensation ACT-1923
  •  The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) ACT 1946 - Model Standing Order Only
  •  The Industrial Disputes ACT 1947
  • The Apprentice ACT, 1961
  • The Interstate Migrant Workmen (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Services) ACT, 1979
  •  Factories ACT, 1948 We Have Years of Experience and Expertise in the Following Areas
  •  Statutory compliance audit
  •  Statutory advisory services
  •  Statutory benefits administration
  • Employees' State Insurance (ESI)

    Employees' State Insurance (ESI) is a self-financing social security and health insurance scheme for Indian workers. The major objective of the Act was to provide certain benefits to employees in case of sickness, maternity and injury (during employment) and for providing other benefits in relation to the main objectives.