Anil Kaushik
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Dear All, As per the recent notification of EPFO split in basic wages are not allowed. Notification is attached for the referance. Regards Manjeet Singh

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Dear Friends,
The circular issued by EPFO about not allowing employers to bifurcate minimum wages against the judgment of P & H . HC has been taken up strongly by employers and representations are sent to EPFO for withdrwal / amendment of the circular.
The circular is the interpretation of law and not the final verdict and no circular / order of any Govt. Deptt. will prevail over the High court judgment at least in states of punjab and haryana until the judgment is either overruled/ set aside by the supreme court.
regds
anil kaushik
Dear Anil,
Let us consider it as an information to the people who are spliting the minimum wages to reduce the amount towards PF contribution and stop such practices, hereafter. Thanks to Manjeet for sharing the notification.
Gopal
contradictory to it is, now in Delhi min wages has crossed the slab of Rs. 6500 i.e. slab to pay pf contribution. how it would be solved... seeking comments of seniors on this...
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Dear Seniors,
Can anyone advise me what are the working hours (duration i,e 8hrs / 9hrs ) that can be legally mentioned in the Appointment letter. I am working in an manufacturing company dealing into insulated copper wires.
Thanks & Regards,
Sanjeev Jha
Does this mean that the basic salary in any case cannot be less than the minimum wages as decided by the government? Rajendra Jadhav.
We refer the News of ESIC amendment in slab which was raised to a maximum slab of Rs. 15000 instead of earlier Rs. 10000 from 01.05.2010.



In this context I would like to have a suggestion to you to increase the PF slab also as the current PF slab is Rs. 6500 since long. Now due to the global financial situation it is very necessary to amend this slab because at the time of retirement at the age of 58 employee working in a private sector will get very nominal amount. It will be very hard for a person to run his family with PF amount and pension amount what he will get as per the current slab



As you are aware inflation rates are in upward trend and rates of all the necessary items has increased steeply. How can an average middle class Indian can fulfill his basic requirements from above PF amount when he retires.



I think government should change the policy and take some more effective actions keeping in mind long time inflation rate. You can understand the critical position of a person retiring at the age of 58 especially private sector employees.



Government should think about middle class family. “Poor are becoming poor day by day”



Expecting some amendments in PF slab
Dear All, I have attach the PF Contribution detail for your kind information Regards Kamal 8091209484

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Can you explain: what is the PF contribution for non functional establishment.
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