Minimum Salary For ESIC Deduction [Thread 572798] - CiteHR
Harsh Kumar Mehta
Consultant In Labour Laws/hr
Apex Management
Labour Laws Consultants
PL Kanthan
Proprietor
Harish.boyina
Hr Executive
Glidor
Hr Consultant
Skpathak1010
Edp Assistant

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Hi please let me know that, what is the latest minimum wages for esic decuction ?
Latest minimum Wages for Esi Deduction is minimum Labour wages but for ESI Deduction it is up to Rs. 21000 is the limit , i.e. if a wages / salary is below Rs. 21000 then ESI Deduction is must.
Sir, as per Rule 52 of ESI (Central) Rules, 1950, the employees getting average daily wages upto Rs.137 are not required to contribute under ESI Act, 1948. However, the employers' share of contribution is required to be paid.
Mr Saurabh K Rastogi, Kindly post your question / query in proper understandable manners. Hope you might have understood the submission of Mehta ji. P K Sharma
every member who is on master roll and drawing gross wages upto 15000 is contributory for ESIC act,
I agree with Glidor. To be precise, as per ESIS Act revised as on 9.8.2016, anyone Earning < 15,000, is required to be covered under ESIC. This wage threshold is w.e.f. 01.05.2010.
@Harsh The employer has to submit the no of days and wages paid, then if the exemption is available to the specific employee, "the employee share would get ZERO, employer is not exempted, in any case
minimum wages is 21000. employee contribution 1.75% and employer contribution 4.75%. gross salary

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