Jeevarathnam
Sr. Manager Hr/admin
Brindhakavi0606
Hr , Admin & Computer
Malikjs
Gm (hr)
Arun123chauhan
Hr Excecutive
+4 Others

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Hi All,
I am working as a HR in a IT company. My Employer is trying to impose compulsory PF for all employee.But Many employee's are not coming in PF slab and they do not want PF.Still my employer trying to implement it forcibly.
And 1 more thing he is deducting both part from employee salary.
Is this Legal?
And can any employee take any legal action against employer as they are doing it compulsory for all and deducting both end from employee salary.
Pls reply soon.
Regards
Rashmi

From India, Delhi
Hi Rashmi
To be frank PF contributions are beneficial for employees. It will be part of savings & you can consider for Tax Exemption.
Infact now a days in many of the organisations they are including both the contributions in CTC. But in gross pay it is not included.
But in few organisations same thing is happening as you discussed. But it is not accepted by PF :)

From India, Bangalore
Hi muralidhar
1st of all Thx,,i know it employee has all rights to be a part of PF or not.If there basic more than 6500.
That is my question employee having more than this,don't want to deduct PF.Still my employer forcibly implement PF on all and not ready to listen anybody.
So pls tell me if is there any solution of It.

From India, Delhi
Hi Jeevarathnam P, Thx for reply. It will be appreciated if you can suggest some points regarding what can we do to prevent this situation.
From India, Delhi
Hi You shall politely discuss with management. If interested you shall proceed for contribution if not politely say as not interested.
From India, Bangalore
Dear
I agree that if someone has basic salary more than 6500 per month than he is exempted employees but it is management policy to dedect everyone PF
and for the shake of few employees mangement can not change its policy.
Now A days company decides CTC and CTC includes both part of PF.
Legally also you can not get any remeady for this.

From India, Delhi
Hi..
I am Rasmi,Working in a Company last 2 yrs as HR Executive.I ve no HR Specialisation.Still i am handling all the recruitment pattern.But i want to be a HR Manager.without HR specialisation it can be possible or not.if not then i ll definately do A HR Course.But please suggest me which distance institute ll be valuable.
Thanks
Rasmi

From India, Mumbai
Hi seniors
After graduation i started teaching as a English teacher in public school and also continued my study and completed M.A (education) ,PGDCA and M.Sc (cs).then i felt there is no growth in teaching and left the job and joined MBA (HR) .upto 3 sem i joined classes but in 4 sem (january 2012) i joined a company as a HR But its a small unit and only i m alone who is handling HR and the work profile is to maintain Attendence record ,form no 12,form no 14.house keeping, Security and small Problems of employee and making Salary according to their own system. for EPF and ESIC they have hired a consultant .therefor i m not getting anything about HR Techenices and Policies.
so please help me out its good for me or not .if not sould i quit and hw i show my experience.

From India, Delhi
Hi Rawat
It is better to be there for a long period. Hardly you will get chance to change track from other field to HR. Any how statutory part is been done by consultant. Just observe how is he doing and learn things from books and postings of CiteHR. Never loose the opportunity you got.

From India, Bangalore
Hi You are welcome. I din’t get you as see u once again. I couldn’t remember when did I answered for your queries
From India, Bangalore

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