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Dear Sir,
I found 'Probation Guidelines' from other post in CiteHR. but I can't understand that.....(1) during Probation period an employee's are eligible for PF and ESI ? (2) If yes than what is the difference between Probationer and Permanent employee ? (3) if no than how to maintain his/her name on Company's roll ? (4) An employee get accident than how to proceed it ? etc.......

From India, Raikot
Dear Member
please donot get confused between ESI/PF and category of employees.
There are number of category of employees like Casual,temporary,probationer,permanent,fixed term,Badli and donot mix it with applicability of ESI/PF.
ESI and Pf acts are applicable to all category of employees from day one.

From India, Delhi
I am totally satisfied Mr Malik's Answer, No any provision or specified in the Laws that a probationer employee is not eligible for PF & ESIC.
Probationer is also treat as like Company Employee in the Organizations.
Only separation in between Apprentice ship employee & Company employee on this matter.

From India, Faridabad
Esi/Pf acts are applicable for trainees from the day one. Therefore Probationers are very much to be covered under ESI/PF raju
From India, Madras
Hi sir,
we started an NGO in Bangalore, Karnataka and we registered under shop and Establishment.
New employees joining current month ( Probationary 6 month ) and Joining and leaving employees are more.... so as per labour law probationary employees are eligible or not for EPF and ESI
kindly suggest.
Janardhana
Bangalore
Karnataka

From India, Bengaluru
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