Harpreetwalia
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Chitrali123
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Dear Sir, I am working in my organization form last 4 years & also covered under ESI. Now I am pregnant of 6 month i have some queries regarding maternity leave:
1. Will i get of my full salary or some % of my salary for 26 weeks?
2. Who will responsible to pay my salary my employer or ESI?
3. Can i reimburse my hospital bill of a private hospital which is not covered under ESI?
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you will get 100% of your gross not ctc will be reimbusrsed.
employer will be responsible.
If my employer deny to pay the salary.
& what is the process for this?
If ESI contribution paid regular then ESIC Will take care for your 26 Weeks Wages/ Salary.
Hi Chitrali,
Answers specifically to your question is :
1. Will i get of my full salary or some % of my salary for 26 weeks?
You will get 100% of average daily salary
2. Who will responsible to pay my salary my employer or ESI?
ESIC will directly credit you salary in your account. They will seek your account details along with medical slip issued by doctor for proceeding on leave. That you have to submit at ESI office of your area.
3. Can i reimburse my hospital bill of a private hospital which is not covered under ESI?
No, unless you are not referred to private hospital by the ESI doctors, no claim of reimbursements will be entertained.
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