Esi-pf For Casual Labour - CiteHR
Kumaran Praveen
Hr-executive
Mdknair
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need a clarification about casual labour. we are a catering industry. we engage
some people to cook food/sweets when needed who are more skilled in preparation of
particular food.. it may be eight to ten days a month. 4 to 5 persons and they will be paid rs 2000 to 3000
per day depending up on the preparation of food/sweet pl let us know whether we have to
collect esi and pf for these peoples.even if they work for ten days a month their monthly
pay crosses 15000 pl reply
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Hi Buddy,
ESI:
The above mentioned persons are not covered under ESI domain.
My Justification: 1.ESI not applicable for seasonal factory/workers
2.An insured person has to contribute certain no days in a contribution period in order to enjoy benefits under ESI in benefit period, If these workers work only 10 days in a month than they cannot contribute towards ESI in contribution period.
Example: An employee as to contribute 78days in a contribution period to enjoy sickness benefits in benefits period.
PF:
Casual employees as well as daily wagers covered under the PF.
If there is any correction, I welcome members in the forum to correct me.
With Regards
Mr.Thumbs Up
Good Morning...
Tku v m for your immediate reply and I noted the contents
Pl clarify the following also:
let us keep aside the working days/contribution
period, eligibility etc.,
a casual labour working for ten days
for eg. we are paying 1000 per day
he is working for ten days in a month
so his salary p m arrives at 25000 approximately
he is drawing more than 15000
in this case whether we have to collect esi and pf?
Hi Buddy, The moment employee drawing more than 15,000 rupees p.m he/she cease to be member of ESI scheme. Where as they are covered under PF. With Regards Mr.Thumbs Up
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