Cindy11
Hr Manager
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Hi, I worked with Company for 4 years 9 months 16 days. Please let me know whether I am eligible for Gratuity or not. Thanks Suraj Singh
From India, Vadodara
Hi,
This is for your information that if employees have not completed his 5 years, he is eligible for gratuity on below Condition: If an employee completed his 4 years in service and has completed 240 days in the 5th year then he is entitled for 5 years gratuity.
-Cindy

From India, undefined
Sir,
You are not eligible for gratuity. Those who have completed 5 years of continuous service are only entitled to get gratuity. The judgement of Madras High Court making 4 years 240 days service eligible for gratuity will only apply to people in Tamilnadu only.
N.LOKANADHA BABU
MANAGER

From India, Guntur
Dear sir I don’t think so, that will apply to T N only. It applies to all place where this act apply. In present case he is eligible for gratuity if he has worked 240 days in each year. Pranesh
From India, Bangalore
Dear All, If worked for 240 days in each year for 4 years & 8 months in 5th year he is entitle for gratuity as per Gratuity Act.
From India, Mumbai
The eligibility will depend on days one is paid in the fifth year. If the org works for 5 days a week then completing 190 days in the fifth year will make him eligible to claim gratuity. If the org works for 6 days a week then completing 240 days in the fifth year will make him eligible to claim gratuity.
From India, Mumbai
Dear HR Professionals
We are closing our garment industries at Chennai at the end of June 2017. Please send us the closure formalities in tamil and english for us to display and government letters if any please send
Also if the employee has not serviced for 5 years in our unit, shall we pay gratuity for the services rendered for 4 years and 6 months onwards
Please help us
regards
Vijayalakshmi J

From India, Chennai
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