HI,
I my company they are deducting RS 780 as PF to me. But they are deducting company contribution Rs780 also in my Salary.Totally they are deducting Rs1560 in my salary. If I ask the Hr he told that in my appointment order itself they had mentioned that both company and worker contribution of PF is deducted from the worker salary.
Is this Rigth.. or wrong
please anybody reply to me regarding this

From India, Chennai
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HR - Manager
Hi Praveen
It's 100% wrong. Need to check with your HR Manager and get it cleared.
Every where the general practise is 12% Employee and 12% Employer.
how other employees in the organisation agreed ... really surprised.

From United Kingdom, London
thank for ur reply:
Since i had joined this company new they told that it is there company policy. and they say that it is mentined in appiontment letter. Frankly saying they had mentioned like company contribution to PF Rs780 and basic.. etc in appontment letter.
for other employees they not deducting company contribution of PF in there salary.
what i can do please help me....

From India, Chennai
pranali
6

Manager HR
Dear Praveen :
Please check if they have included company contribution as a part of your CTC amount.
As you mention, company contribution is mention in your appointment letter and employee PF contribution, Professional tax etc are deducted from employees monthly salary.
Thanks & Regards,
Pranali G

From India, Mumbai
Bala68
1

LLM
Pls note that you cannot specify anything in the appointment letter or in an agreement which is in violation of the law and it will not stand the legal scrutiny. Recovery of PF employer share form employee’s salary is against the sprit of the law. The company is liable to refund the amount recovered.
From India, Chennai
Hi Praveen,
It is correct. PF contribution will 12% from both Employee and employer. PF ceiling amount is Rs.6500/- it means Rs.780pm.
If an employee monthly PF cross Rs.780/- they may contribute only Rs.780/-, if that employee want to contribute more than Rs.780/- he may approach the concerned HR and can ask for 12% deduction only.
So praveen just check out from your HR that you cross the ceiling amount or not.
PF formula is (Basic+DA)*12%
If you cross more than Rs.780/- then it is correct or else you have to talk to the management.
Regards,
Gautami
Executive - HR, Polmon Instruments Pvt.Ltd.

From India, Hyderabad
Standard working for Bpo There must be standard working hours .Few companies work 8 hours few 8.5,9 hours for some companies. There must be some standarisation.
From India, Mumbai
guptakmanish29
7

HR Professional
deducting employer contribution from employee gross salary is completely ileegal,
but there is diff between gross salary and ctc
pls. Check whwrther they area deducting it from ctc or basic salary, approach your hr and put up your case and if they are not willing to correct the same then u can approach local pf office and file written complaint gainst them
pf inspector/commissioner will enquire the matter and definately it will help others employee also
thnks
manish gupta

From India, Patiala
It is wrong practice of your employee. He cannot deduct employers shere from your salary. If it is done it is wrong.
From India, Mumbai
If employer has issued a ctc break up to the employee then it is obviously that the part of the employee would be deducted from his CTC, which is general practices now days. most of the companies offer CTC break to the employee in which all the liabilities of the employer is laid down on the employee. I request to all the seniors that please tell me that is there any provision in he law which can prove that the CTC is iligal
Mahendra

From India, Surat

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