One employee was worked in my friend company from 1st March 2016 to 28th Dec 2016 and he died while on service because of Brain Haemorrhage.
Now they have to pay Gratuity to his family but they don't know the calculation and they do not have Gratuity trust account.
Kindly suggest me that how much amount they have to pay & if possible please share the calculation sheet/formula.
Employee DOB: 10-08-197 and Basic Salary: Rs.6,008/-
Kindly consider do the needful.

From India, Bengaluru

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Sorry, exact Date of Birth is 10-08-1976.
From India, Bengaluru
Concerned Employee has not completed 5yrs of continous service hence is not entitled to gratuity Sujeet Salkar labour law consultant :9702963645

As the employee died during service and served close to 10 months, he is eligible for gratuity. the calculation will be:
=last monthly basic pay * (15/26) * 1(as he served more than 6 months)
=6008*(15/26)*1= 3466
So, he will be getting a gratuity of INR 3466.

From India, Delhi
Yes the deceased employee is entitled to gratuity amount as per the calculation worked out by Mr Rahul. R R Kapoor Vadodara
From India, Vadodara
Thank you dear all for your consideration and valuable feedbacks.
From India, Bengaluru
He is also Eligible for EDLI claim if PF covered during the period. Calculation will be 6008X 30 +Rs.150000 = Rs.330240
From India, Madras
Someone is telling that Gratuity is applicable when 5 years complete.
But in case of employee death gratuity is payble upto retirement. Gratuity calculation is mention below.
Suppose Employee Age is 26 at the time of joining and basic salary is 8000/-
= 58 - employee age
= 58-26 = 32
gratuity = basic salary x lenth of service x 15/26
= 8000 x 32 x 15/26 = 147692.00
Gratuity is Payable of Rs. 147692.00
Is it true?

From India, Bengaluru
In case of death of an employee while in service, the nominee of the deceased will be entitled to gratuity for the period the deceased employee served and the formula of minimum 5 years continuous service will not be applicable in this case.
R R Kapoor

From India, Vadodara

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