Anil.arora
Administration Head
Saurav1314
Payroll,hr-shared Service
Jimmii
Ehs Specialist
Ishu_verma
Statutory Part Of Hr
+7 Others

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Dear Senior In any given situation where employer terminating employee by giving notice pay.My query is if employer should deduct PF employer contribution from notice pay.
first and simple thing is that Employer will contribute for every working single day of an Employee.
For example : if you are employed/working for 5 days in a month, dosent matter whether you were on notice period or not will be count for deduction of EPF from both sides (Employer & Employee contribution)

Dear Saurav, Even though on Notice Pay, his Basic+D.A salary will attract P.F (Employer + Employee) in case employee is member & his contribution is remitted. Regards, Anil
Hi saurav
The definition of basic wages under Sec.2(b) of the P.F Act 1952 covers only those emolumnets that are earned by an employee while on duty. Wages paid in lieu of notice of termination does not fall under the purview of basic wages and hence in my oponion P.F need not be deducted on notice pay .There are e-books to address such doubts.
B.Sai Kumar
Labour law Consultant
Chipinbiz Consultancy Pvt.Ltd.

Here 2 sets of thoughts are contradicting on the above mentioned issue. Mr. Anil kumar Arora and Mr. Anil is saying PF should be deducted on notice pay but Mr.B.Sai Kumar is of opinion that PF should not be deducted on notice period.
Dear Senior
I am unable to come to a conclusion,on this debatable issue,request your help for common conclusion.

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https://www.citehr.com/61096-pf-dedu...-urgent-2.html
https://www.citehr.com/134072-notice...duction-3.html

Notice pay is a kind of compensation for a stipulated period,So it should not attract EPF, While notice period from either side will attract EPF contiribution, Jimmii
Dear Mayoor,
Before criticizing or asking from other, you must check yourself whether you can get it yourself or not.
You said you are totally dissatisfied, may i ask you few questions, to whom you are dissatisfied? Were you making request or commanding other to do this for you? No one is at your service here, not specially for you but for all, for sharing knowledge & experience with others, for learning from this esteem place, and to do whatever one can for other who are in need but not for like you were expecting or say to obey you and your orders.
Dont you think you can use the options which are provided to you by this place. there are many related post at side bar of this page under "Similar Topics" and also can use "reSearch" option for this.
I request you to please think thrice before making comment or saying anything. Hoping you will take it in a positive sense. I beg your pardon if my reply hurt you or anything bcz your comment made me feel to write you this..

Hai!!
If employer terminates employee by giving one month notice, here we take an exapmple, employee presntly in the month of september, employer issued a letter that hw is termianted by giving one month notice some around october. in this one month employee is under company rolls, he is working, he is the employyee to the organization upto october, so we need to pay the salary, if salary is paid then pf deduction from the employer also to be there.
Suppose if employer termiantes the employee with out notice period in the month of september, then only september deduction calalculates.

hello
can anyone please tell me if esi and pf are applicable from 1st day of duty even if person is under probation...
also, please inform me the break up of salary and if any rules are applicable while calculating basic / da / hra etc.
thanks
nrv


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