Harsh Kumar Mehta
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Hi Everybody,
This is Pradeep, I am working in a SSI as an HR professional. I would like to know the books available on ESI and EPF calculation procedure. And also on Salary and benefits management which are applicable in private SSI.
Thanks,
Pradeep

From India, Jamshedpur
Sir(s),
Regarding information on ESIC, in my opinion,it will be more better if you consult Employees' State Insurance Act, 1948 and Rules as well as Regulations framed thereunder. The Act as well as Rules/Regulations can be downloaded from the website of ESIC.

From India, Noida
For EPF and ESI you can buy any books which contains Rules ,regulations,schemes under the Acts.There is no Acts on salary and benefits exclusively for SSI..Simply because a unit is an SSI there is no exemptions from any labor laws.
Varghese Mathew
09961266966

From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Dear Pradeep,
Reference your query, you have two options -
Either go to the official EPFO/ESIC website and download the Act directly . The link for the same is: EPFO <link updated to site home> and Employee's State Insurance Corporation
Or
You can buy an Employees Provident Fund and Pension Scheme 1952 and Employees State Insurance Act 1948 Book freely available in the market.
Just ensure you get the most recent printed publication of 2014
Regards,
Deena Jagasia

From India, Mumbai
Dear Pradeep,
I would like to recommend the following books written by Sh HL Kumar, who is an Advocate and Editor of Labour Law Reporter:-
(a) Practical Guide to Employees' Provident Funds Act, Rules and Schemes
(b) Practical Guide to Employees State Insurance Act, Rules and Regulations
I have been using these two books for any reference and I find them very handy, useful and exhaustive. The books contains case laws referencer, different schemes-at a glance, Obligations of an employer under these Acts, day to day problems & their clarifications etc.
BS Kalsi
Member since Aug- 2011

From India, Mumbai
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