gusha_08 Started The Discussion:
Hi,

One of my employee covered under ESI and his wife is pregnant now (for second baby). Now my question is what are all the benefits available for a staff wife's maternity.

what are all the procedures to be followed by the employer to make him avail the ESI Benefits.

waiting for your reply,
Posted 23rd May 2011 From India, Madras
dear sir,,

One of my employee covered under ESI and his wife is pregnant now (for second baby). Now my question is what are all the benefits available for a staff wife's maternity.

what are all the procedures to be followed by the employer to make him avail the ESI Benefits.

waiting for your reply,[/QUOTE]
Posted 24th May 2011 From India, Selam
Dear Kumujegan,

Insured person's(I.P.) wife can avail medical benefit from ESI hospitals/dispensaries. I.P. can also claim transport allowance if his residence is far away to ESI Hospital at the time of delivery. To get medical benefit it is necessary that her name is included in ESI card. Except medical facility, she is not entitled for any cash benefits.

N.LOKANADHA BABU, MANAGER-HR
Posted 25th May 2011 From India, Guntur
HI, He will get all the medical facilities if he enrolled his wife in ESI card and organization also provide him 15 day parental leave as per rules.
Posted 25th May 2011 From India, Raipur
kind attn mr.loganatha babu,


dear sir,

thank u for your reply sir.then my next question . how to apply that esi menternity claim sir? i am new joining in my company sir at hr department .i have no idea this field.
so,pl help me sir.

waiting for your reply.......sir.

regards,
kumudha
Posted 26th May 2011 From India, Selam



 
 
 
 







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