hi, According the gratiuty act, those who complete the period of 5 years are eligible for getting gratiuty. Vairavan
From India, Coimbatore
Dear Friend,
ur entitled 2 get gratuity if u have worked for 240 days in the 5th yr. on completion of 240 days u have entitled 4 gratuity 4 that completed yr of service& it is clearly defined in the gratuity act, plz read defn of COMPLETED YEAR OF SERVICE.
mahesh pandey

From India, Calcutta
There is a supreme court ruling for the same. Basis that, you currently stand eligible for your Gratuity.
From India, Mumbai
Dear friend,
Don't afraid. It is your employer's responisblity to award that one as you have completed 4 years + 240 days. In 5th year completion of 240 days can be considered as completion of one year. In such type of dispute, all the judgements have been awarded in favour of employee. Incompletion of remaining one month can't cease your gratitude period.
You don't need beg your HR to extend the staying period upto completion of of 5 years. It is your right friend.

From India, Jaipur
if the person is having some 40 leaves in his/her account in the time of re-leaving then will these days be consider in gratuity as 240 days..
From India, Delhi
Dear Member,
No.We are not to count the accumulated EL in actual working days. If the employee was on leave with wages earned in the previous year then those days are to be considered as the no. of actual working days for counting in 240 days actual working. (sec.2A)


From India, Delhi
You are eligible for gratuity, check the attached document.
From United States, Saint Paul

Attached Files
File Type: pdf Gratuity - Madras HC judg[1][1][1]..pdf (1.55 MB, 90 views)

Hi Chanti, Don’t Worry, you will get the Gratuity Since you have completed 4 years and 8 months(240days).... Also the labour Court will support your claim in this matter.. Regards, Anand
From India, Bangalore
Refer Hyderabad high court judgment..gratuity was paid on 4 yrs and 240 days Madras high court also passed similar judgment
From India

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