From "sudhirtelang" : pl advise the details of gazetted notification for effectivedate foe enhenced gratiutyfrom 3.50lacs to 10lacs.wll it be effective from1/1/2006 as done for central govt employees

24th May 2010 From India, Bhopal

Understand Gazzette Notification for Ammendment to Payment of Gratuity Act 2010 has been published on Monday 24th May night. Kindly confirm.RK Kapoor
25th May 2010 From India, Delhi
Hi, I have posted the payment of gratuity amendment act 2010 labour employee relation segment of this site. Now the Govt. can at any time notify the date of implementation. regds anil kaushik
25th May 2010 From India, Delhi
I understand that it will be effective from the date it is publishes in the Gazette. From news paper reports i understand that as to effective date questions raised in Rajya Sabha, Labour Minister replied that the govt is willing to give as much as possible, but they also need to consider the paying capacity of the companies. As such, they are not willing to offer retrospective effect for private sector employees.
If you feel it an injustice to private sector employees, you need to file PIL.
It will help many private sector employees, who have retired since jan 2006.
25th May 2010 From India, Bangalore
Who are all covered under payment of gratuity ? Is it only factories or shops, Hotels etc. are also included? Please clarify. Jayasimha
25th May 2010 From India, Bangalore
While the Central Government employees got enhancement of gratuity to Rs.10 lacs with effect from 1.1.2006, there is a clear cut discrimination for the rest of the employees including Central Public Sector employees as the date of effect is 24.5.2010. This is contrary to the expectations from this category of employees as we expected to be effected from 1.1.2007. In this line only, the wage revision to the executives of CPSEs have included a clause on enhancement of gratuity to Rs.10 lakhs with effect from 1.1.2007. Moreover, in the absence of a pension scheme for the CPSEs employees when compared to the Central Government employees, we feel enhancement of gratuity to Rs.10 lakhs w.e.f. 1.1.2007 might have helped us a lot. Is there any possibility to file a PIL in the High/Supreme Court on the action of Government of India Gazette Notification? R. Ram Mohan, President, Bharat Earth Movers Employees Association, Kolar Gold Fields-563 115, Karnataka.
27th May 2010 From India, Bangalore
I think PSU employees got Gratuity of Rs.10 lakh as per the Pay Committee report and not as per the Payment of Grauity Act which had the ceiling of Rs.3.5 lakh.
This payment should be regulated under the gratuity other than under the payment of gratuity act and at par with government employees in terms of the provisions of the Income Tax Act.
The case and point raised is worth taking up at any forum
QUOTE=rammohan_18;1150738]While the Central Government employees got enhancement of gratuity to Rs.10 lacs with effect from 1.1.2006, there is a clear cut discrimination for the rest of the employees including Central Public Sector employees as the date of effect is 24.5.2010. This is contrary to the expectations from this category of employees as we expected to be effected from 1.1.2007. In this line only, the wage revision to the executives of CPSEs have included a clause on enhancement of gratuity to Rs.10 lakhs with effect from 1.1.2007. Moreover, in the absence of a pension scheme for the CPSEs employees when compared to the Central Government employees, we feel enhancement of gratuity to Rs.10 lakhs w.e.f. 1.1.2007 might have helped us a lot. Is there any possibility to file a PIL in the High/Supreme Court on the action of Government of India Gazette Notification? R. Ram Mohan, President, Bharat Earth Movers Employees Association, Kolar Gold Fields-563 115, Karnataka.[/QUOTE]
18th June 2010 From India, Jalandhar
Dear Friends Attachinh the gratuity amendment bill for u r reference and records alphonse
18th June 2010 From India, Madras
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File Type: pdf Payment-of-Gratuity-Amendment-Bill-2010.pdf (78.6 KB, 320 views)

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