Hi
Concerned HR /Lbour fraternity friends of following states
I want to know the Labour welfare fund deductions of following states
1. Maharashtra
2. Delhi]
3. Gujarat
4. Andhra Pradesh
5. Tamil Nadu
6. Kerala
7. Madhya Pradesh
Thankful if you furnish the information in the following statement (attached also) and send to following mail
Thanks
Ram K Navaratna
Bangalore
Email:
Labour Welfare Fund Deductions:
1. Name of the State
2. Applicability of the act
For what number of employees
3. Period when to be deducted
4. Amount per employee to be deducted (contribution)
5. Amount of contribution to be paid by Employer per employee
6. Contributions when to submit to the board
7. Prescribed Form under which contributions to be submitted
8. Address where contributions after deductions to be submitted
9. Any other relevant information furnish
10. Remarks:
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From India, Bangalore

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1. Name of the State - Maharastra

2. Applicability of the act -

For what number of employees - applicable to a factory, tram way or other motor transport or an establishment as defined under Bombay Shops and Establishments Act 1948, employing five or more employees. Employee means any person employed for hire or reward to do skilled, unskilled, manual technical, clerical, supervisory. But employees in managerial capacitys and Supervisors drawing wages more than 3500/-p.m are excluded.An apprentiuce appointd under Apprentices Act 1961 is excluded.

3. Period when to be deducted

_ contributions to be deducted monthly

4. Amount per employee to be deducted (contribution)

Sr. No. Wage limits Employee’s contribution Employer’s contribution Total

1 Wages up to and inclusive of

. Rs. 3,000/- p.m Rs.6.00 Rs.18.00 Rs.24.00

2 Wages exceeding Rs. 3,000/- p.m. Rs.12.00 Rs.36.00 Rs. 48.00



Note- employer's contribution shall be three times the employee's contribution

5. Amount of contribution to be paid by Employer per employee - replied above

6. Contributions when to submit to the board - once in six months before 15th July nad 15th January.

B.Saikumar

HR & Labour Law consultant

Chipinbiz Consultancy Pvt.Ltd

From India, Mumbai
boss2966
1173

Dear Ram
For Andhra Pradesh Every year before 31st January one must pay the Labour welfare fund for the period from 01 Jan to 31 Dec for the number of workmen engaged by the employer. Employee Share Rs.2/- and employer Share Rs.5/- (Total Rs.7/-) per head per annum.
You must submit the Form F as per AP Labour Welfare Fund Act alongwith a demand draft for the amount and the list of workmen for whom the amount is paid.

From India, Kumbakonam
Dear Sai Kumarji,
Please clarify me that, what is the wage limit to deduct/remittance the Labour Welfare Fund. I think there is a wage limit that who are getting basic salary Rs. 3500/- and above are not eligible to deduct/remittance the Labour Welfare Fund (Either Managerial grade or Supervisor grade). Presently it is continuing or revised recently? Please let me know the same immediately, because, I have to deduct the contribution in December salaries today only please.
Thanking you,
MSN Raju

From India
Sub- Labour Welafre Fund Act
Mr.Raju the Labour Welfare Fund Act is a State Act and therefore the wage limits and quantum of deductions may differ from state to state. You appear to be located in Raipur, therefore please verify the Labour Fund Act of Chattisgarh state.
B.Saikumar
HR & Labour Law Consultant
Chipinbiz Consultancy Pvt.Ltd.
Mumbai.

From India, Mumbai
dear all
Please tell me The current EDLI(Employees deposit link Insurance) limit during the death Case. Earlier it was one lac. Now it has increased but how much i dont please let know about and how the nominee can get it
Regards,
harinder Singh

From India, Bangalore
Through this fund lot of welfare facilities like
educational aid, scholarships for the children of employees, medical aid, sports aid, funeral benefits, etc are provided thus taking care of needy.
Ram K Navaratna

From India, Bangalore
Dear Sir
It is deducted on Fixed gross salary or on monthly gross salary. worker having Fix gross salary of Rs 10000 but in month of december his gross salary was Rs 3000.00 due to absenteeism.
What is the maximum salary limit of deduction?
whether should i deduct Rs 06 or Rs 12 from his salary.
Pls throw light on above quaere.
Regards
Sacheein

From India, Mumbai
Dear sacheen
You have to deduct on monthly wages at Rs. six on monthly wages only if the monthly wages do not exceed Rs.3000/- and Rs.12 if the monthly salary exceeds Rs.3500/-p.m. under Bombay Labour welfare Fund Act.
B.Saikumar
HR & Labour Law consultant
Chipinbiz Consultancy. Pvt.Ltd
Mumbai
Tel: 022-28324234

From India, Mumbai
Kindly clarify if the welfare has to remitted seperately in each state. Our company is located in bangalore but we have staffs deployed in different states. How is the labour welfare fund to be dealt with.
Is it that the welfare fund of employee is to be deducted from them? If yes, should it be on monthly or half yearly?
Thanks in anticipation
regards
Shany jalal
9880599899

From India, Bangalore

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