Transfer Of EPF & ESIC Accounts Of Employees From The Previous Employer To New Employer - CiteHR
Harsh Kumar Mehta
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Respected Sir / Madam
Recently , we have recruited two new employees in our company for electrical contract work. These two employees were already registered and payments were made by their previous employer. I have query that , can we transfer their esic & pf accounts into our company or else we need to register them again.
Please clarify by posting it to .
Please reply asap .
Thanks in advance
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1. Sir, so far as ESIC is concerned, you can obtain/ascertain the old insurance number of the employee by asking the employees copies of their ESIC Pehchan Cards and continue compliance on the same old numbers. The contribution deducted under ESI Act in old establishment is automatically considered by the appropriate office if the said insured persons claims benefits under the said Act.
2. However, you can inform the appropriate branch office of ESIC regarding change of employment of the said insured person to your unit. I think, there is some procedure online also, which can be confirmed from the concerned branch office of ESIC to which your unit is attached.
for ESIC, just link their IP number with date of joining,
for EPF link their old UAN number seed KYC documents, fill present gross salary, and date of joining, and generate the membership no linked with your establishment, with the previous UAN itself.
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