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Dear All,
If the Employer has not issued or issued any letter of appointment to an employee and continues to deduct the emplyers share ( both as applicable i.e. EPF and or ESI ) Is it a wrong practice? But i being a HR professional ,have come across some candidate whose salary slip does reflect similar elements in deduction column. and hence the take home salary comes lower side ( even if they are communicated the take home salary --on paper if appointment letter issued or verbal ) and on being asked they convenience the employee that it is also a part of their salary / CTC and it is perfectly right to deduct the employers share in this manner. What should be ?? and why it is so ??
Thanks and Regards,

Thank you all for your great response, I had a look on my appointment letter and it says my ctc 12000 is all inclusive of company deduction of esic and all other taxes.So,now i get it where i went wrong.Thanks for your support.

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