Dear HR Family members,
I am here requesting you to clarify my doubt, whether an Employer is going to offer a salary package to selected candidate, is it corrct to mentioned Employer ESI contribution is part of CTC package?

From India, Pune
Statutory Complaince/labour & Employment
Hr - Executive
Raj Kumar Hansdah
Shrm, Od, Hrd, Pms
+2 Others


to be on better side it would be better, can deduct but don't show the Employer's part of PF & ESI in your salary register/wages register . Because as per Labour welfare legislation the PF and ESI part of Employer should be deducted form the employee salary. In context of CTC although these are inclusive.

Dear HR friends, please tellme whatare all heads affect ESI. and list the expenses which i deduct the ESI. please send all ESI Forms in excel format. thanks Regards sahanasamu
From India, Madras
Dear Friends,
Thanks for your valuable replays. But, as per my knowledge we shouldn't show Employer ESI contribution as part of CTC. Two methods are there.
1) While calculating employee cost to the company we can show Employer ESI contribution also as part of cost to the company.
2) When we offering package to the candidate we can't show as part of his offering package.
Please clarify if anything wrong.

From China
Raj Kumar Hansdah

While displaying CTC to attract a prospective employee, companies generally throw in a plethora of perks and benefits.
However a line should be drawn. Although, employer's contribution towards PF can be shown in CTC; the administrative cost etc. for PF, should not be shown as CTC.
Warm regards.

From India, Delhi
hi sir/madam my company newly registration company my salary 13000 professional tax deduction monthly doing next month go to Esi and pf come my company what amount deduction comes me
From India, Chennai

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