My office time is 9 to 6 and i met with a car accident near 8:20. I want to know that is it my company's responsibility to provide me the financial support for medical expenses or i have to bear myself all the expenses.
From India, Gurgaon
Anonymous
46

Company's responsibilities lies when you are on work and in premises.
Anything beyond that is your responsibility.
Anyways you met an accident due to your fault , why should company be penalized.

From India, Delhi
nathrao
3097

Were you heading towards office for work? What about insurance cover from company or ESIC cover??
From India, Pune
In non-work hour time its not the company’s reponsibility. If company looks after your Insurance(Group or Individual); or ESI please check into that..
From India, Hyderabad
In non-work hour time it is not the company’s responsibility. If company looks after your Insurance(Group or Individual); or ESI please check into that.
From India, Hyderabad
Hi! Iam a teacher. I have worked in an institution for 13 years. I was promised by the management that they would give me gratituity when I left the school in 2009. Its almost 8 years &
I haven't received my gratituity till now . I have send them many letters of reminders for the same . Please guide me . What should I do in this case?

From India, Hyderabad
nathrao
3097

It may be late,but visit the school personally and then follow with visit to Local labour officer.
You are entitled for gratuity and should claim it.
Delay is supported by your letters asking for realise of payment.

From India, Pune
1. Mr. Ved_Tomar ji, as per your thread, accident occurred at about 8.20 AM, whereas your duty time starts at 9.00AM. Can you indicate as to at the time of accident whether you were going to your office / place of work or to some where else ? Whether any police report in respect of said accident was lodged/filed ?
2. Whether in your establishment ESI Act, 1948 is applicable and if so, whether you are an employee within the meaning of said Act and in respect of you whether compliance is being made by your management ?

From India, Noida
This is dependent on company policy. I am not sure if you were on duty and if so discuss with your HR dept.
From India, Noida
nathrao
3097

When a person is heading towards his office for duty the theory of notional extension of work place can apply. One needs to consider this angle also before saying company has no liability.
From India, Pune

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