Labour Law Advocate
then make his salary slip as salary Paid to that employee.if basic is greater than Rs.15000/- then fill form form 11 for exempted employee. and if gross salary is greater than Rs.15000/- then he is out coverage of esi. but now the notification for esi is Rs.21000/- w.e.f Jan2017. and Epf Rs.25000/-
19th January 2017 From India, undefined
He will not come under ESI. But we were paying his PF and stopped when he started working for the client. My confusion is, with who's letterhead I should give the payslip. With my company or from the client?. and guide me for PF too.
19th January 2017 From India, Madras
The client company may not want to issue any salary slip since they wound not want to take the burden on their shoulder.
19th January 2017 From India, Kolkata
What Retesh said is appsolutely correct, You have deputed the employee and you become a contractor for your client. Here you client is primary employee and you are contractor. Your client should not pay him directly. Anything he want to pay him (Salary/Bonus/Reimbursement/Bonus etc.,) everything should be through you only. You liable to process his payroll and remit all the statutories and issue payslips.
20th January 2017 From India, Hyderabad
Thanks for the clarity. In this case, the client already transferred 4 months salary directly and continuing. How can I (Mother company) issue payslip from my end, without transferring the salary?
The employee requested payslip to apply for a personal loan from his salary account.
1st February 2017 From India, Madras
if the client is paying him as per your instructions, then you must have been submitting invoice over the amount paid to the employee, in that case the attendance and payment is your part, and you have to pay his EPF / PT / ESI .
check the details, and then proceed on.
1st February 2017