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how to calculate the workmen compensation amount
28th January 2012 From India, Delhi

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my querry is that if an employee registered under ESI act.
but unfortunately he got injured at the time employment, so in that case how employer will show sympathy.even employee getting traetment by esi. so in that case he gets the entitlement of workmen compensation.
and in what manner workman compensation applies
please tell me

28th January 2012 From India, Delhi
I don’t think that compensation act will be applicable for employer who is registered under the ESIC. Regards Praveen
28th January 2012 From India, Bangalore
so can you tell me what are the condition of workmens compensation act. whether the employees should have compensation more than 15000/- Please tell me more about this
28th January 2012 From India, Delhi
Dear Vikas
Mr.praven is right. in terms of Sec.61 of the ESI Act, if an employee is insured under ESI Act. he is not entitled to similar benefits under any other Act.
Under Employees Compensation Act, the wage limit is only for the purpose of computing compensation under Sec.4 of teh Emp.Comp.Act.
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29th January 2012 From India, Mumbai
we are in ESI coverage area, our one vendor is covered with works man compensation(WC) if the same vendor gives us labour job inside our premises than ESI will be applicable of not?
29th January 2012 From India, Surat
Dear B.Sai Kumar Sir Your ans very useful and I am learn to more HR & Labour Laws, my career plan HR&IR working please suggestion give me. Yours sincerely T.Naresh HR/Admin Asst. Hyd, A.P
30th January 2012 From India, Mumbai
Dear Sandeep,
If your vendor is working in your premises, then he should apply for ESIC. Because principal employer is responsible for the same.
When audit is conducted by the ESIC Inspector then he will raise a objection on the same.
If he is doing some job work outside your premises (In Vendor Place), then ESIC is not applicable.
30th January 2012 From India, Bangalore
Dear Naresh garu

1)Please go therough the bare Acts importantly the Industrial Disputes Act 1947, which is called the mother of all Acts, teh Industrial employment standing Orders Act the ESI Act, the EPF Act, the Payment of Gratuity Act 1972, the Factories Act 1948, the Contract Labour Act 1970 and the Payment of Bonus Act 1961.

2) Work sometime as generalist -HR to get a hang of the HR function in it's broad perspective.

3) Then acquaint yourself with procedures on day-to day labour issues like computatuion of benefits, compensations, filing returns with statutory authorities etc.

4) Seize opportunity to attend collective bargaining meetings first as junior HR officer and try to acqire the skills of negotiation under the guidamnceof your seniors.

5) Attend conciliation proceedings. this enable syou to expose yourself to settlements in conciliation.

6) Conduct domestic enquiries whenever you getan opportunity.

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31st January 2012 From India, Mumbai
Dear All, Let me ask u one more question in this context. If an employee is covered under Group Medical insurance policy and at work if somethis happens to him does Workmen compensation work for him or only GPM will be applicable. I am talking about software industry.
31st January 2012 From India, Bangalore
could anyone explain about esic and Pf and these forms explanations?if you have any attchment pls attach and revert.
31st January 2012 From India, Madras
Dear All,
Work compensation act is applicable to employees irrespective whether employees are covered under ESIC Or without ESIC. WCA is in other words good social security amount which every employee irrespetive whether CEO or Officer or manager , Workmen.
Kindly understand this properly...........!
28th February 2012 From India, Mumbai
If anybody is covered under ESIC Scheme then the compensation liablity should be shifted to ESIC rather to employer. sumit
4th July 2012 From India, Ghaziabad
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