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QUESTION-1 . In our company 12 women employee. In which 8 women employees are cover under employees state insurance act 1948.
So please tell me remain 4 women employees are covered under MB act 1961?
Question No -2 What are the condition under which a women employee can be legally terminated.
Question no 3 A women employees did not give a notice to her employer . will be eligible to maternity benefit under MB act 1961.
Question no 4- what is condition under a women employees did not allow to do work in factory according to MB Act 1961.

From India, New Delhi
nijanthanc
3

Ans 1: Remaining 4 employees must be covered under MB act.
Ans 2: In general employee can be terminated in grounds of Disciplinary, Misusing Assets, company policy violence (termination based on nature of activity).
Ans 3: Not understand your question.
Ans 4: EMployee can take maternity prior 12weeks from due date.
Regards
Nijanthan C

From India, Chennai
Srinath Sai Ram
609

Question:3
A women employees did not give a notice to her employer . will be eligible to maternity benefit under MB act 1961. -Yes, Not giving Notice/Intimation about Pregnancy, will not take away her Right. As an Employer you have to Educate Employees about the steps/Procedures they have to take before availing the benefit
Question:4 Women Employee can work during Pregnancy
Prevent Women Employees from work, 8 Weeks before the expected date of Delivery & 18 Weeks after delivery.

From India, New Delhi
Kalika Pande
1

An female employee who has not received her confirmation letter, she is covered under ESIC, can she still again claim for her Maternity Benefits from the Employer.
From India, Mumbai
Srinath Sai Ram
609

Dear Kalika Pande,Woman Employee concerned is eligible to claim Maternity Benefit from the Employer as provided in The Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 subject to eligibility.Non Confirmation in service is no bar to claim benefit
From India, New Delhi
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