Thread Started by #saurabh-kumar1

Kindly confirm on 5.7 years of continues services staff will eligible for 5 years gratuity or 6 years gratuity.
I join the company 31.12.2012. - my last day at this organisation 31.07.2018. TOTAL MY WORKING PERIOD 5 YEARS & 7 MONTHS. So please how i am eligible 5
years Gratuity or 6 years Gratuity. Because my organization told me u eligible only 5 years but i complete 5.7 years so excess six months already hence fore i eligible 6 years. please help me .
4th September 2018 From India, Delhi
Please read the rules regarding service of six months and how it is treated for working out gratuity.
You will get 6 years for working out gratuity.
4th September 2018 From India, Pune
i eligible 6 years or not .
please confirm me
4th September 2018 From India, Delhi
Dear Colleague,
If you have put in 5 years' and 7 months' uninterrupted services claimed by you, you are eligible to receive 6 years' gratuity.
Regards,
Vinayak Nagarkar
HR- Consultant
5th September 2018 From India, Mumbai
Yes if you have completed 5.7yrs continuous service then you will be entitled to 6 yrs gratuity.
R R Kapoor
Vadodara
5th September 2018 From India, Vadodara
Hi
Once you become eligible in getting the Gratuity, it is quite simple calculation afterwards with any period of a year [the last in that company] wherein you have put up more than 6 months should be treated as one full year. In your case it has to be 6 years, no ifs no buts.
Thanks and Regards
5th September 2018 From India, Hyderabad
Hi,
Even,i have same case in my current organisation but they are ready to pay me 6 years service i have only 5 years and 6 months but LIC will be paid me 6 years service.
You have to request for your concern person for soft voice and get it done this matter.
Regards,
Bhaven Gala
Sr. Asst - HRA Dept.
6th September 2018 From India, Mumbai
Thanks all of you guys just one query again please help me ur support
13th November 2018 From India, Delhi
you are eligible for 6 yrs.
For gratuity calculation if any employee worked for 5 yrs 5 months , then it ll treated as 5 yrs and
any employee worked for 5 yrs 6 months then it ll be taken as 6 yrs
14th November 2018 From India, Kalimpong
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