However, ESI Covered Employees can continue to maintain their Membership even after crossing Wage ceiling Of Rs21,000/-PM.They have to contact their Local Office to know further details.Please peruse attachments in this connection.Employer has no role in this aspect
7th August 2018 From India, New Delhi
I am totally confused with your following say given verbatim:
"However, ESI Covered Employees can continue to maintain their Membership even after crossing Wage ceiling Of Rs21,000/-PM.They have to contact their Local Office to know further details.Please peruse attachments in this connection.
Employer has no role in this aspect"
I am also confused on your attachments which has no relevance to the subject matter.
May I request you to revisit your post and reply with supporting.
7th August 2018 From India, Mumbai
An employee who crosses the prescribed ceiling limit in any month at any time after commencement
of the contribution period, he/she would continue to be an employee till the end of that contribution
period. The Rule position in this regard is mentioned as under:-
“As per Rule-50 of the Employee's State Insurance (Central) Rule 1950 any employee whose
wages (excluding remuneration for overtime work) exceed (twenty one thousand) rupees a month at any
time after and not before the beginning of the contribution period, shall continue to be an employee
until the end of that period.
8th August 2018 From India, Surat
For your ready reference, relevant contents of the attachments are mentioned herein, once again
"Other than hiking the wage ceiling, the ESIC board also allowed Employees to continue as embers even after their wages cross the Rs.21,000 threshold. Currently, a worker goes out of the purview of the ESIC, once their Salary Crosses the Wage Ceiling. “This is a good move as older employees need more medical attention and it should be left to the workers to decide if they want to stay with ESIC after their salary crosses the threshold,” Bharadwaj added. (Rama Kant Bharadwaj, vice-president of Laghu Udyog Bharati, a federation of small and medium industries)
Please peruse the attachments once again to get clarity.Employer has no Role in coverage of Employees under ESI Act, consequent to crossing present wage ceiling i.e Rs21,000/-PM
However, ESI Covered Employees can maintain their Membership consequent to crossing ESI Wage Ceiling by paying required Amount themselves in consultation with ESI Local Office
Hope this clarification will suffice
10th August 2018 From India, New Delhi
Your confidence in posting any thing is highly appreciated.
I started feeling that a member like me is only wasting time on this forum.
I am very sorry to say it.
Earlier some time back on similar topic some one advised you that what you are saying was a proposal only. Still you are compelling the members like me to accept your say without any documentary proof.
11th August 2018 From India, Mumbai
12th August 2018 From India, New Delhi