AMENDMENT TO THE PAYMENT OF BONUS ACT, 1965
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AMENDMENT TO THE PAYMENT OF BONUS ACT, 1965

M.Peer Mohamed Sardhar Started The Discussion:

AMENDMENT TO THE PAYMENT OF BONUS ACT, 1965
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14:45 IST
The Cabinet in its meeting held on October 1, 2007 has approved the Amendments to the payment of Bonus Act, 1965, which are as follows:-

i) Amendment to Section 2(13): To raise the eligibility limit for payment of bonus from the salary or wage of Rs.3500/- to Rs.10,000 per month.

ii) Amendment to section 12: To raise the ceiling for calculation purpose from the salary or wage of Rs.2500/- to Rs.3500/- per month, and;

iii) Deletion of section 32(vi): To cover the employees employed through contractors on building operations .

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http://pib.nic.in/release/release.asp?relid=31572

M.Peer Mohamed Sardhar - Member Since: Jan 2007
Query about Amendment of Bonus Act were more in the last 60 days,, I found the above link from Union Govt website and posted it for the benefit of our Members,,,,,

Helen Raj - Member Since: Sep 2007
Dear sir, Can you please let me know whether this amendment effects from the FN 2006 - 07 or 2007 - 08. Regards Helen :roll:

Helen Raj - Member Since: Sep 2007
Dear sir, Can you please let me know whether this amendment effects from the FN 2006 - 07 or 2007 - 08. Regards Helen :roll:

himanshu20 - Member Since: Mar 2009
Hi,
I would like to ask that regarding this payment of bonus act. Will I get this bonus if my basic salary was less then 10000 Rs. in 2008-2009. If yes, then when will generaly this bonus has been relised...... boz 2008-2009 financial year has been end......

Ronit

george_ca - Member Since: Dec 2008
PUBLIC NOTICE
Department of Labour
Government of Maharashtra
Maharashtra mandates payment of bonus only through cheques/banks

The Government of Maharashtra vide ordinance from the Labour Department dated 17.09.2010 has mandated payment of bonus to all workers/employees through cheque/bank account only.



The employers should, therefore, immediately open their own bank accounts and those of their workers, if not already opened in any nationalized/scheduled banks having core banking facility.



In case of any concerns please contact local labour office.



Commissioner of Labour
Maharashtra State

DGIPR/2010-11/1446

praveen.mudiraj@gmail.com - Member Since: Oct 2010
i am aware of the minimum bonus is 8.33% & ealigibility is 3500-10000
but i am confused that the maximum limit of 10000/- whether it is total gross/earnings or basic salary or basic+conveyance

if possible please send me the act copy of the same.

george_ca - Member Since: Dec 2008
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