HI our company is divided the salary in following pay heads basic, da, hra and others.
my question s wat are the heads to esi is deduced from the salary structure. basic , da and hra or basic and da only
pls tell me it s very urgent

From India, Coimbatore
ESI is to be deducted on gross earnings including overtime payment. Regards Rajendra Bhavsar
From India, Mumbai
ESIC has to be deducted on gross salary for all components that are paid monthly. Ishtiyaque Khan
From India, Pune
Following does not attract any ESI contribution. 1. Washing allowance 2. Any incentive paid in the gap of more than 3 months. Suren Turan
From India, Calcutta
My dear friends,
Suppose, I got my bonus in the month of December and that is the part of my gross salary for that month. In this case, whether it will be taken into consideration for ESIC or it will be excluded ?
Since, we are not covered under ESIC but this is just to update my self.
Ravi A.

From India, Madras
In case of esi facility to the employee is it not necessary for the employer to provide sick leave seperately.I just read this in one site and totally confused.Can anyone please expalin me how it works,
Bhargavi H K

From United Kingdom
If sick leave is given as leave eligible as per the applicable law, then it should be given even if the employees are covered by ESI. Factories Act is silent about sick leave and therefore, if Factories Act is applicable, then sick leave need not be given to employees whereas if Shops and Commercial Establishments Act which is a state enactment and due to which provisions regarding leave with wages may change from state to state, may have provisions for giving sick leave as in the case of Kerala Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, and if so, sick leave should be given irrespective of the fact that the employees covered by ESI get leave from ESIC.
After all for the employers ESI leave means leave without pay.

From India, Kannur
Agree to Mr. Madhu.
Sick leaves are given to employees as per the leave policy of company. for ex. if you are providing 7 sick leaves per annum, employee is granted these leaves. if leaves he/she has taken exceeds from 7 then exceeded leaves would be leaves without pay which employee can claim from ESIC by showing the medical proofs.
but thats only possible if employee has availed medical benefits from esis during sickness..(do not know whether it is correct fully or not)

From India, New Delhi

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