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Dear Varun
If you are frequent visitor of CiteHR you will find that every week there are one or more clarifications are asked by the member and every time answer is "NO".
If you read or search this topic you'll find TONS of clarifications by the seniors.
Instead of getting clarification from this forum i advise you to please visit to ESI Local office/ESI Inspector or your area.

From India, Jaipur
Dear Sir,
I am Chandra, could anybody help me what are the hr record require for automobile industry(car segment) in Karnataka, please share above information as soon as possible
Thanks in advance

From India, Hyderabad
Dear Peeteeaar,
We everybody are guessing about its approval then date of implementation.And you confirmatory declared date 01.04.2014 for its implementation (hope got success in getting confirm news from Ministry of Labour).
Will you please share Govt. Notification.

From India, Jaipur
Dear All, This discussions is going on purely elections stunt....any how if we get the final notification/GO from labour dept ...majority of Indian citizens benefited. Thanks, Rajesh Kantubhukta
From India, Kakinada
Before increasing the coverage limit to Rs. 25000/- pm; Central and state Govt's has to ensure that its infrastructure is improved by following ways :

- Increasing dispensaries,model hospitals,fulfilling vacant posts of Doctors (in Hosp. & disp.) ,Impanelment with Govt. Hospitals and good Pvt. hospitals, opening dispensaries in each industrial areas, tie up with insurance companies, good medical treatment to the dependents living in their native places.

- Initiating campaign so that none of the IP could be without bio metric card,

- Training to ESI staff on "customer satisfaction" /Quick grievance redressal,right guidance,educatory/Councillor role of Inspectors (instead of commission agents) visits of ESI inspectors for educating IPs etc etc.

All above are very minute points which requires attention of top leadership.

If above mentioned improvements did not took place; it will be injustice for employer and employee both and ultimately it will be additional burden on employer as their contribution is going to increase by 67% with no improvement in facility.

Hope Govt. will pay attention on this and employer will lead this case through their associations.


From India, Jaipur
As of Today 4th Feb ESIC and PF Limit is not increased...

Please refer to news item published in economictimes Yesterday :

The salary ceiling for gratuity contributions is also likely to be raised to Rs 15,000 a month along with the PF cap, which was last revised in 2001. Minimum wages in most states are now higher than the Rs 6,500 ceiling under the EPF Act, depriving the most disadvantaged workers of social security.

Fernandes has also summoned members of the Employees' State Insurance Corporation, or ESIC, which provides medical care and unemployment insurance benefits, for a meeting in the second week of February.

The minister hopes to overcome resistance from employers and finalise a hike in the salary ceiling for ESIC benefits from Rs 15,000 per month to Rs 25,000 a month.

This could bring an additional 50 lakh employees into the ambit of ESIC, which currently covers 1.7 crore people. Employers have questioned the rationale of the state extending inefficient healthcare to employees earning Rs 15,000-25,000 a month while reducing their take-home salaries by 6.5% - the contribution rate for ESIC.

Election 2014: UPA to woo workers with new minimum wage, pro-staff PF & ESIC rules - Economic Times

From India, Faridabad
Dear All,
Now the ESIC ceiling limit as of now stands at Rs.15000 but today in news paper I've seen that it was confirmed to 21,000 not 25,000.
The GO may be release in this month and I think it effective from Sep 2016.

From India,
is there any official circular issued from the department regarding the implementation of the increased cieling limit from 15 k to
From India, Bengaluru
Sir, please see undermentioned thread in this citeHR:

From India, Noida

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