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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

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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
But under which section of THE EMPLOYEES‟ PROVIDENT FUNDS AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS ACT, 1952 it state that probationers are eligible for EPFO, Please clear .
From United States

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