Medical Benefits. - CiteHR
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I am working under proprietorship firm I not eligible for ESIC. now my query is how can i received medical benefits. Thanks & Regard Narendra Ahirrao 09321107100 Mumbai
Dear Ahirrao
If you salary is more than Rs. 15000 you can not avail ESIC benefits in that case if company have medical insurance then it can help you otherwise you have to bear yours own .
Aside: It is suggestion take any general insurance policy it support you
Regards
Anurag

No. The company need to bear the all the medical expenses in case of any occupational hazard or any injury in & due course of employment ( ie., while on duty). Regards - kamesh
As always, please specify what actu your company comes under and where it is located.
As such, there is no specific law that says companies or businesses need to provide medical benefits to its employees

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