VIJAY YADAV Started The Discussion:

Can we bifurcate minimum wage i.e Basic +HRA+ Con.and PF is deducted only on Basic????????????
We need your suggestions for the same. your prompt reply in this regard will be highly solicited.............................

Thanks & Regards
Vijay Yadav
HI Vijay Minimum Wage can be bifurcated as Basic+VDA. But the PF deduction has to be there on the Total of Basic+VDA with 12%. Regards
Dear VIJAY, PF duduct on BASIC+DA, with employees:12% & employers:12%. Minimum Wages can only bifurcated as Basic & D.A. With Regards, Vineet.
Yes it can be bifurcated there is recent judgment dated 7th Feb on the same issue by Punjab & Haryana High Court, which clear this point. search on forum to right side, centrainly you will find the judgment.
it not a notification but its judgment passed by Hon’ble Punjab & Haryana High Court.
Dear Vijay, If you are paying consolidated salary then the basic + DA should not cross more than 60%, on the 60% amount PF 12% can be deducted. regards
Here is the copy Sethupathy, Excellent HR Services, ERODE.
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File Type: pdf PF Judgement on Min Wages.pdf (64.7 KB, 1056 views)
Is there any Act or Law where its clearly mentioning that Min wage cant be bifurcated or its consist only BASIC + DA? Please provide me some supporting if you have.
Does this also mention anywhere that how much should be the basic salary? is there a set formula to fix basic salary as per Law?


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