@LABOUR LAW INDEX - I don't want to know ESIC benefits. I just want to know is any married lady employee share her medical benefit to his parents or not?
If answer is yes so please tell me process, because as per my conversation with ESIC they said employee not able to give medical benefits to his parents after marriage..

From India, Kolkata
@abc linux
She can add... She have to mention that still they are dependent parents for her and they are staying with her. Note: She can't add her father in law or mother in law in her family details...

From India, Chennai
Dear Sandip,

I know that as an Accounts Administrator, it is your office's duty for updation of service records of the employees but your duty starts only when you receive an application with certificate of marriage. It is similar to the police station where they don't lodge a FIR unless somebody approach them with a written complaint. But make him clear that his family will be deprive of social security benefits viz ESI, PF etc. Besides in case of his accidental death his wife will not able to claim monetary benefits.The individual will not able to make his wife as nominee because she will not be forming part of the family. You make him clear that various Acts/Rules require that one can make anybody as nominee but as soon he acquires a family, the nomination had to be made in favour his family where his wife stands at No.1. As long as he is in the service, he is under an obligation to inform his employer any changes in the service particulars.Thus it is in his own interest that the service particulars are updated from time to time. If the records are not updated by the company, it may find problem in the settlement of accounts, particular in death cases.

BS Kalsi,

Member since August, 2011

From India, Mumbai

@LABOUR LAW INDEX There is a Supreme Court judgement that to claim maternity benefit, it is not mandatory for a woman to be married. No where in any statute does it mention that a woman need to be married to avail Maternity benefit. I thought I must highlight this fact to you.
From Indonesia, Jakarta
I know the Supreme Court judgement, but how does it is going to help you in your case. Are you intending to claim it or it it merely for the sake of argument only. We have advise you, rest it is up to to follow or not.
BS Kalsi,
Member since August,.2011

From India, Mumbai
If the lady does not want to change her name, then she is well within her constitutional rights to let that remain so. However, it is necessary that she discloses her marital status in the official records of employer. A married woman, if I am not wrong, can reaffirm after wedding that the nominee for various employee benefits would continue to be her parents. This is a privilege that a married man does not have.
From India, Mumbai
Pls. chk nomination clause and dependents clause. If she doesnt change.
scenario 1: at the first, after marriage, spouse will automatically become dependent or nominee, if different nominee is there it will be become invalid.

From India, Visakhapatnam

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