Manojkamble
Sr. Hr Executive
Suresh2511
Labour Consultant
Roysonbanet
Hr Executive
Uday.singh@hdbfs.com
Human Resources
Hrd@tirumallaoil.com
Hr/admin Officer
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Thread Started by #Roysonbanet

Hi All,
As per Notification of labour office (DA) the minimum wages (Maharashtra) amount for unskill labour ie
basic(3600) + DA(3927) = 7527 + 5%HRA (376) = 7903
My question is if we are paying gross salary more that minimum wages ie. Rs. 10000 but to save PF cost we are showing
basic + DA = 7000 HRA (2800) Team Allowance (200)
So need your advice whether is it ok as per minimum wages Act to follow the above salary structure.If no please suggest some alternative..
20th May 2017 From India, Pen
Dear Roysonbanet,
We are not supposed to deviate from any statutory practices as prescribed by the law for any reason. Basic in salary should be always same or more than Basic + DA as prescribed in the minimum wages notification. Not following the right practice may attract statutory problems while inspection to you.
20th May 2017
Dear Manoj Sir,
I have question regarding the same.I have gone through a judgement of Karnataka High court in which they have mentioned that "Minimum Wages-Basis-One Package of fixed amount comprising various components based on cost of living- not to be split in components-Cost of Living includes also Variable Dearness allowance-Employer paying more than the minimum wages- Not liable to pay any further amount on the basis of variable dearness allowance-Minimum Wages Act,1948 SS.2(h),3,4,5."
Need your advice on the above statement
20th May 2017 From India, Pen
As long as you are paying salary more than the Minimum Wages by splitting salary into various components, you are not violating the law. Therefore many organisations are taking advantage of it by showing lower Basic Pay to reduce the PF and Gratuity liabilities.
As far as Bonus is concerned, you are required to pay minimum Bonus of Rs.7,000/- if the employee has worked for full year without any deduction in salary. Here you are not allowed to take advantage of lower Basic pay. i.e. even an employee is getting Basic pay of Rs.4,000/- p.m. he will get annual Bonus of Rs.7,000/- or as per the earned Minimum Wages, whichever is higher.
PFA Courts Judgement of Delhi & P&H High Courts on the subject for your reference.
Suresh
22nd May 2017 From India, Thane

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Dear Roysonbanet, Additionally please find attached herewith clarification by EPFO over Basic and CTC amount for contribution. Hopefully this will be more helpful for the understanding.
24th May 2017

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PF can be paid on minimum wages(Basic+ VDA) not on gross salary. But one can not bifurcate minimum wages for calculation of PF. Regards Jitendra Das
26th May 2017 From India, Bhubaneswar
Hii Manoj Kamble
As you wrote "Basic in salary should be always same or more than Basic + DA as prescribed in the minimum wages notification". Could you share any such notification, I need it.
Thanks
Regards
Uday
26th July 2017 From India, Bangalore
Dear Sir,
I would like to request you please provide the latest CTC calculator as per minimum wages act.
Regards,
Pravin Rajurkar

15th November 2017 From India, Nagpur
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