Dear All
I am working in a software department of a Hardware company as HR Assistant.
We have 30 people in our department.
our Software Department started 2 years ago, so there is no formatted policies for software people. but there is clearcut policies for our production unit.
My problem is one my employee is Carrying and she is a Contranct Employee. what are benefits should be given to her and how many months of leave can i sanction for her.
How can i form policy for Maternity Leave.
Please help me in this regard

From India, Bangalore
Suresh Ramalingam
Legal, Hr & Compliance
Hr Consultant
Admin & Finance Manager
Hr Assistant

Dear HR Fraternity
This is very simple if the concerned contract employee is not covered under ESIC Act then the application of Maternity Benefit Act attracts. Since you are the principal employer you are liable to pay Maternity Benefit if the immediate employer is not extending such benefit. Maternity benefit is 6 weeks pre-natal and 6 weeks post-natal Leave with pay. Total 84 days leave with pay needs to be extended to such contract employee.
Hope this will suffice your requirement.
With best regards,
HR - Consultant

From India, Madras
Dear Anupama,
The contract employee if covered under the ESI act (Gross less than 10000) then you need to give her 6+6 weeks leave & 1 month leave if requested. The 12 weeks wages will be paid by the ESIC, if she is under Benefit period, the one month extended leave will be considered as LOP.
In case of exempted employee from ESI, worked more than 80days, she will be covered under the maternity benefit act and the principal employer has to provide the Leave wages + Medical Bonus of Rs.250/-( if your are not providing prenatal medical facility)
Suresh Ramalingam

From India, Mumbai
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