Thread Started by #Maruti Palivela

I'm working with one MNC under off rolls. We have 2nd and 4th Saturdays and as well as sunday are offs. So, while calculating the bonus how do we calculate either for 26 days per month (excluding Sundays) or 24 days per month ?(excluding Sundays, 2nd & 4th sat.) Kindly let me know
14th October 2018 From India, Bengaluru
Dear Maruti,
In accordance with the prov. of the Bonus Act, every employee who draws a salary of Rs.10,000 or below per month and who has worked for not less than 30 days in an accounting year, is eligible for bonus (calculated as per the methodology provided under the Act) @ of 8.33% of the salary. For this purpose, If the salary of an employee is less than Rs. 7,000, then the bonus is to be calculated on the actual amount. According to the Bonus Act, a minimum of 8.33% up to 20% of his basic (earned) wages is to be paid to the employee.
- Section 2(21) in The Payment of Bonus Act, 1965
(21) “salary or wage” means all remuneration (other than remuneration in respect of over-time work) capable of being expressed in terms of money, which would, if the terms of employment, express or implied, were fulfilled, be payable to an employee in respect of his employment or of work done in such employment and includes dearness allowance (that is to say, all cash payments, by whatever name called, paid to an employee on account of a rise in the cost of living), but does not include—
(i) any other allowance which the employee is for the time being entitled to;
(ii) the value of any house accommodation or of supply of light, water, medical attendance or other amenity or of any service or of any concessional supply of foodgrains or other articles;
(iii) any travelling concession;
(iv) any bonus (including incentive, production and attendance bonus);
(v) any contribution paid or payable by the employer to any pension fund or provident fund or for the benefit of the employee under any law for the time being in force;
(vi) any retrenchment compensation or any gratuity or other retirement benefit payable to the employee or any ex gratia payment made to him;
(vii) any commission payable to the employee.
Explanation. —Where an employee is given in lieu of the whole or part of the salary or wage payable to him, free food allowance or free food by his employer, such food allowance or the value of such food shall, for the purpose of this clause, be deemed to form part of the salary or wage of such employee; COMMENTS
(i) Lay-off compensation is included in the term of “salary” or “wages”; Mohan Kumar v. Deputy Labour Commissioner, (1991) 62 FLR 903 (Ker).
(ii) Dearness allowance and city compensatory allowance are included in the definition of “salary” or “wages” under section 2 (21) of the Act; S. Krishnamurthy v. Presiding Officer, Labour Court, (1986) 55 FLR 535.
(iii) Dearness allowance is a part and parcel of wages; Scindia Navigation Co. Ltd. v. Scindia Employees Union, (1983) 2 LLN 63.
(iv) Retaining allowance comes within the purview of section 2 (21); Chalthan Vidyut Sehkari Udyog v. Government Labour Officer, AIR 1981 SC 905.
(v) Remuneration in case of overtime work and commission payable to employees are excluded from the definition of “salary” or “wages”; All India Voltas & Volpart Employees' Federation v. Voltas Ltd., 1973 Lab IC 645.
(vi) Overtime allowance does not form part of “wages”; Associated Cement Co. Ltd. v. Their Workmen, AIR 1959 SC 925.
Reg. no.of working days read from this link -
https://www.citehr.com/499643-no-day...days-30-a.html
14th October 2018 From India, Bangalore
The term " employee " as defined u/s 2(13) of the Payment of Bonus Act,1965 gets limited in its application to those whose monthly salary or wage does not exceed Rs.21000/= per mensem w.e.f 01-04-2014. Section 8 of the PB Act,1965 prescribes working for a minimum of 30 working days in the establishment during an accounting year as the condition of eligibility for an employee to be paid bonus. Sections 10 and 11 of the Act which deal with the payment of minimum and maximum bonus respectively under the Act link the respective payment in certain percentage to the total salary or wage earned by the employee in an accounting year only. Therefore, whether one is an "on-roll employee" or an "off-roll employee" in the establishment and the actual no. of working days and weekly holidays in a month are not relevant for the purpose of calculation of his bonus under the Payment of Bonus Act,1965 as long as he satisfies sections 2(13) and 8 of the Act.
14th October 2018 From India, Salem
Subject to what Mr.Umakanthan said, as Sundays(weekly offs) and Saturdays in case of five day working establishments are paid holidays,they will form part of the monthly wages in case of monthly rated employees.
B.Saikumar
HR & Labour Relations Consultant
Navi Mumbai
16th October 2018 From India, Mumbai
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