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Dear seniors, Good noon If an employee is died in office premises in working hours, what are the benefits for the diseased employee and for his family?
From India, Chennai
the dependent of deceased emplolyee will get the following benefits under ESIC Act. 1. Dependent benefit 2. Funeral Expenses.
From India, New Delhi
The dependents / legal heirs will be entitled for benefits under the following statutes (If the respective statutes are applicable to the employee at the time of his death),
1. ESI Act, 1948
2. Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972
3. Employees Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952

From India, Coimbatore
Benefits From ESI
Funeral Expenses : An amount of Rs.10,000/- is payable to the dependents or to the person who performs last rites from day one of entering insurable employment.
Employees' Deposit Linked Insurance (EDLI) Scheme:
On death of a member, the Family Members or Nominee (whoever has the entitlement to claim Provident Fund amount) can claim for EDLI Benefit. Maximum amount payable is Rs. 60,000/-. The nominee(s) have to apply in From-5IF through the Employer. No amount is taken from the Member for this facility. Employer contributes for this. Average PF Balance, salary and service are the factors considered for the calculation of this amount. EPF Pension can be applied for : Death while in service by the nominee.
Gratuity : The employer should pay statutory gratuity to the nominee.
Melk M

From India, Chennai
Dependent benefits are taken care of by the Corporation and they are complex to learn. Shrikant
From India, Mumbai
I beg to differ from Mr.Melk, now EDLI compensation amount has been increased to 3.60 lakhs with effect from 01.09.2014. Pl go through the following attachment
From India, New Delhi

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File Type: pdf EDLI 3.60 LAKHS.pdf (338.2 KB, 291 views)

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