Our people make all the difference at Five Force. Our human resource is our principal asset, so how it is managed and organised is key to our success. To satisfy this objective we are dedicated to implementing a comprehensive and proactive HR strategy with policies and procedures that ensure all employees are treated in a socially and ethically responsible manner.
The effective management of health and safety is a critical business activity. The need to maintain a safe and healthy workforce is a clear priority and we are continually striving to improve all aspects of this responsibility. The range of Five Force’s activities means that risks are ever present in the workplace for our employees, the contractors we use, the clients we serve, and the general public.
Five Force is passionate about quality. We believe that quality should underpin all of our functions and not just our operational activities. Quality policies and procedures are in place to and are regularly audited to ensure that the same high level of service is delivered every time regardless of the external and internal environment.
Five Force is fully committed to minimizing the environmental impact of activities and products under its control through the adoption of sustainable practices and continual improvement in environmental performance.
Five Force is committed to the social security aspect for its employees. Monetary benefits including wages, PF, Insurance, ESI, Gratuity etc. are strictly governed by various statutory clauses as stipulated in the following acts and applicable to the employees from time to time.
Payment of wages Act 1936
The Industrial disputes Act 1947
The Min Wages Act 1948
The Employees Provident Fund 1952
The Payment Of Bonus Act 1972
The Contract Labour Act 1972
The Payment of Gratuity Act 1976
The Equal Remuneration Act 1976
The Employee State Insurance Act