Maternity Leave Under Esic Increased To 26 Weeks! - PDF Download - CiteHR
Pca
Service
Pramodthakar
Taxation And Hr
+2 Others

Cite.Co is a repository of information created by your industry peers and experienced seniors sharing their experience and insights.
Join Us and help by adding your inputs. Contributions From Other Members Follow Below...
Friends,
Good news for lady employees:
Maternity leave under ESIC has been increased from 12 weeks to 26 weeks. Notification dated 20.1.2017 amending ESI (Central) Rules 1950 is attached for your reference.
Thanks


Attached Files
Membership is required for download. Create An Account First
File Type: pdf Maternity leave increased to 26 weeks 20.1.2017.pdf (1.08 MB, 1738 views)

Thanks for sharing valuable information.
Please confirm the maternity leave applicability to other ladies who are non covered under ESI ?
Under Maternity benefit act it was proposed to increase the leave period to 26 weeks from 12 weeks, but the bill
was pending for passing.
Please high lite on this issue and if such bill is passed, share the copy of GR / notification.
Thanks and Regards,
Pramod Thakar

Dear Mr. Varma,
You have attached same attachment. it is related to ONLY UNDER ESIC.
I would like to know about the Females who are Non covered under ESI. That change is expects in Maternity Benefit Act.

Dear All,
Greetings of the day!!!
What about females who are already in maternity leave ? As date of publication is effective date so its not applicable to females who are in maternity leave ?
Please share your opinion.

Hi,
Would like to know that, what about those employees who have already proceeded for maternity leave ( i.e.84 days) and were due to join in this month or next month, shall they will be also entitled to get the extended maternity leave as per new amendment.
Regards,
Geetanjali

Thanks for your Information. i have a doubt that, if a lady doesn’t come under ESIC then she doesnt applicable for that leave or?
Hi Guys,
Just wanted to know when an employee should proceed for maternity leave. Whether she can avail the leave in fragmented manner.
Regards,
SKN

This discussion thread is closed. If you want to continue this discussion or have a follow up question, please post it on the network.
Add the url of this thread if you want to cite this discussion.






About Us Advertise Contact Us
Privacy Policy Disclaimer Terms Of Service



All rights reserved @ 2020 Cite.Co™