Raajz_johnny
Generalist
Svsrana
Hr Head With Pmi
Vidya Devaraj
Office Admin
Amitmhrm
Hr Practices
Nareshtaneja
Vice President Hr
Umasvh
Senior Excecutive- Hr &admin
Nitin Desai
Hr - Exec.

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Hi dear, Friends i am in a problem,

Actually the current organization in which i am working do not provide any PF or ESI provisions to Employees, Its a Recruitment company(pvt. Ltd.) having nearly 14-15 employees.

I have talked to my Head abt the new offer and my decision to leave, and he says that "we cant help you in this matter ie; PF & ESI, as no other person even gets it "

Now i am thinking to change my job, my current CTC is 1.75 lacs.

It includes Basic, HRA, Convence Allowance and incentives + Bonus.

I have got a good offer from Mumbai based company, they are offering me higher package.

and i am worried if they will asked for any PF or ESI details. also the HR Manager is asking me for how much more time i need for joining.

Is there any solution for this, i dont want to loose this new job. i m very depressed. i had my interview next week. its a great opportuinity for my career. i have cleared all the stages of selection. its an IT company, are they going to ask me for PF & ESI details.

Please friends help me out asap.

what should i do now.

Yours

Nitin

Hi Dear Nitin..
1st of all let me clear that the organisation in which you are currently working doesn't come under PF and ESI. As to get registered with these two Acts the number of employee should be 20... but its only 14-15 employees, so it is not possible for them to cover you under these Acts,,
Moreover, Congratulations for getting a good opportunity...
Don;t worry Nitin, no any company HR do ask for PF and ESI,, whether you are covered or not.. it doesn't affect your further employment..
So if you have been offered.. do complete your exit formalities with your current organisation and after that you are free to Join.. your new offer..
Wish You All D Best...
Regards,
Amit Seth.

Dear Nitin,
Greetings!
In my company we used to ask Salary slip in the second round interview for BCG(Internal). If the candidates are not covered under PF and ESI we used to ask the candidates to produce letter from the employer saying the reason y they are not detecting PF & ESI.
To safe gaurd you, get a letter from ur manager and appear for the Interview.
All the Very Best.
Rgds,
John N

Dear Nitin,
The company will cover ESI and PF only if the employees is more then 20, u can say ur new Employer that in previous company there was only 15 people so its not covered under ESI and PF. I think that wont affect your new job.
Congrats and join without any tension.

Hi Nitin.. Thank U.. :D Its good that now you are feeling relaxed.. so don’t be stressed be ready for next assignments.. All D Best.. Regards, Amit Seth.
stop getting worked up.
if the company pays well then you hv alternatives to PF n ESI...
what is PF ?
invest your savings wisely....there are hundreds of options avl....
most ppl dont even go to ESI hospitals, you can always take a "mediclaim policy"... however most intelligent companies go in for "group medical insurance" @ 900-3000/- per annum... gives cost savings of least 10000 per employee had they gone in for individual mediclaims....
surya

Hi,
Any company having less than 20 employees need not be registered under PF Act. Since your company is having less than 20 employees, it is legally right not to deduct PF. However, you can ask for increase in you salary to compensate for this !!
Regards,
Naresh Taneja

Hi, What amit had suggested is right andmore over you need not worry about since you have only 14 to 15 there is no need fro pf and esi uma
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