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NO he or she will be not eligible for further contribution because employee wages exceed 15000/
No he or she will be not eligible for Esic act because Contribution of ESIC & EPF are calculated from your fixed salary and also deducted from your fixed salary in other language Contribution are also included in your fixed salary
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Dear Sir,
An Employee crosses Rs.1500o salary per month. He will come out of purview of the ESI Act.
If he crosses the salary in Middle of the Contribution, his contribution recovery will continue for the balance 3 or 4 months as the case may be . In this case, he will continure in ESI upto September because he has crossed Rs.15000 in April.
Whether CTC or in any case, if his salary crosses Rs.15000, he will be out of purview of the act,
D.Gurumurthy
LL.HR&IR Consultant,
Hyderabad.

Dear All,
Does ESI Ceiling Rs. 15000/- is Gross Salary or Earned Gross Salary ? On which basis we can decide employee is eligible for ESI.
if Employee is earning Monthly Gross Salary Rs. 16000/-
, but Earned Gross Salary Monthly is Rs. 14800/- now is he eligible for ESI.
Regards,
Raghava

Your employee has already exceed the limit of Gross amount of ESI which is 15000/month but still he want medical benefit so this is opportunity for you to proof your self and convincing him as per ESI Act.
Proof your self as a mature and experienced HR-Professional, do one thing ask management for Group Insurance Policy which will be beneficial for all employees who all are covering under Group Insurance Policy.
Your employees will surly appreciate you.


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