Labour Laws & Ir
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Yogendra Raj Singh
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dear all,
hi dear where i working there is no any salary break up from last 2 year.they are calculating the salary on basic salary like if basic salary is 7000/- then htey are calculate esic , PF on this basic salary it means the they assume it as a gross slalary.but from 01st of April 2009 the management has descided that the salary should be bifercate in the Basic ,HR,Convence etc.
we dont have any policy regarding the employee remuneration.
Kindly let me know how i make the salary break Up of employee .what is the percentage of Basic,HR,Conv etc (all part of slalary).as per the act.how we make the salary break up if we dont have any policy regarding that.
kindly tell me in detail about the salary break up .

From India, Lucknow
Salary is bifercated on the basis of employee's gross/ctc salary.
and the basic assumption is that no basic salary reduced.
for more information you can directly contact on my mobile.
Yogendra Raj Singh

From United States, Plymouth
Hi Nirmala, pls find the attachment calculation of salary with esi, hra, conveyance etc fyi Hope this will help you.
From India, Delhi

Attached Files
File Type: xls Copy of salary_structure-ctr_856(1).xls (60.0 KB, 1559 views)

Kindly le me know of all percentage of slalary part.means convn,medicla other allowance etc of all part of salary incliding CTC
From India, Lucknow
Dear Nirmala,
It differs from organization to organization.
Generally most of the organizations keep basic at low rate.
For example if your CTC is 100 Rs. then you can biforcate as below
Basic+DA 40 to 50 percent
HRA - differs based upon the grade (you can make it 15 - 20 percent of Basic)
CCA - it will be better if not exceeding 1000Rs
PF - 12% of Basic+DA or Rs6500/- which ever is less; according to employer convenience
ESI - Should caliculate on Gross Salary ( 4.75% from Employer & 1.75% from Employee)
You can adjust the remainig amount in terms of conveyance or other allowance.
Hope you are clear.
For more doubts reach me at
Phani Medavarapu

From India, Warangal
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From India, Mumbai

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There is no fixed percentage of Basic component. But, for uniformity purpose, you can keep Basic component as fixed percentage of the total CTC.
Basic: 40% of CTC
HRA: 50% of Basic for metros (40% of Basic for non-metros)
Transport Allowance: Rs 800 pm (as more than this is taxable)
PF: 12% of Basic component
Special Allowance: CTC - (Basic+HRA+Transport+PF)
Hope it helps !!

From India, Gurgaon
Daer Nirmala,
You can not do break up in salary which is in basic or consolidated as this will effect the benefits of the employees.Salary should be as per the terms & conditions of appointment. If the employees are covered under the Industrial Dispute act,1947 then you have to serve notice of change section 9A of this Act of 21 days otherwise consent of employees is must. If you do at your level then this will be a breach of contract.
Opnion submitted as requested.

Skylark Associates, Gurgaon
(Labour Law & Legal Consultants)

From India, Delhi
Dear Nirmala,
As per your query, u would like to know salary break procedure.
Pls find the same as under :
Basic Salary : 50% of Gross Salary of The month
HR : 50%-60% of Basic salary of the month
Conveyance : Rs. 800 only
Rest is based on eligibility of the employee mentioned in his/her Appointment letter and Compensation Structure.
I hope it will help you to understand the same.

From India, Mumbai
dear nirmala,

the current basic salary can not reduce of any employee, as ur case is defferent that u are giving total salary and caluating other benefits on the total salary. In that case if all employees agree than u can bifercate.

jai bakshi

From India, Delhi

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