Hi All,
I am working as Sr.HR Generalist in some private organisation .We are following the statutory policies like PF & ESI.
We have maternity policy, and we will be giving 6 months leave facility to all our employees, but it is unpaid leave, if they are not covered under ESI.
Can we know what is the actual policy , whether leave should be fully paid in 6 months who are not covered under ESI .
Kindly suggest more details on it.

From India, Hyderabad

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My dear friend,
Since you are Senior HR, I think that a perusal of sections 5,5-A,5-B and 10 of the Maternity Benefit Act,1961 would certainly and sufficiently help you devise a suitable Maternity Leave Policy in accordance with the provisions of the same for those of your employees out side the coverage of the ESI Act,1948.

From India, Salem
KK!HR
1095

Pl. be clear that maternity leave means fully paid leave and there is no scope for entertaining any doubts about it.
From India, Mumbai
Dear Sr.HR Generalist Friend,
Basic provisions of certain important labour laws, every HR professional including new entrant must know it.
I am sorry to say but I have say it, we are degrading ourselves by asking such kind of questions with our title.

From India, Mumbai
You should give 6 months maternity leave with salary if they are not covered under ESIC, as per the government enactment.
From India, Mumbai
HI With regards to the above question, if the employeeis covered under ESIC, will it be a maternity leave with full salary?
From India, Bangalore
KK!HR
1095

Maternity leave under ESI is with full pay. Entertain no doubt about it.
From India, Mumbai
If the employee is covered under ESIC, maternity leave as well as salary will be paid by ESIC.
From India, Mumbai
Dear Kshashikumar Nair ji ,
I will be highly obliged if you produce particular provision in ESI Act giving maternity leave as well salary to IW.
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From India, Mumbai
nathrao
3099

Maternity Benefits
reference to this link and latest amendment for Maternity leave period will be of great use.
HR people need to be fully conversant with the provisions.

From India, Pune

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