Dear all,
I want to clarification these topic:-
1- Will Employer give the PF contribution if, employee Basic salary is greater then Rs. 15000( new joiner's & non new joiner's)
2- What types of leaves get to liable under labour low provisions when, an employee is being under probation period?
3- There have any exist provision in labour laws to regarding limitation of no. of days to EL encashment, in case an employee resigned of his service?
With regards,
Jitendra Kumar
HR - Executive
16th March 2019 From India, New Delhi
Dear Jitendra,
Please find reply as follows :
1- Will Employer give the PF contribution if, employee Basic salary is greater then Rs. 15000( new joiner's & non new joiner's) - If employee's Basic is over and above Rs. 15,000 /- and employee never been a member of PF then, PF contribution need not to be deducted from employee not paid by the employer. In any other case contribution is mandatory, But as far as employer's contribution matter's , employer can restrict the same upto the limit of Rs. 15,000/-
2- What types of leaves get to liable under labour low provisions when, an employee is being under probation period? - It doesn't matter if employee on probation or regular, same law will applicable related to the leave. Leaves are differs from state to state thus refer for your state act.
3- There have any exist provision in labour laws to regarding limitation of no. of days to EL encashment, in case an employee resigned of his service? - It depends on company policy but it can not be less than the minimum leave accumulation limit prescribed in the law.
16th March 2019
Dear Sir,
Your say mean that if, employee basic salary is increased from Rs. 15000 to Rs. 17000 by yearly increament.Than, employer have a option respect to of his PF share could be either contribute or not. But employee PF contribution(12%)will be continued at the rate of actual basic salary. Am I right ?
18th March 2019 From India, New Delhi
No you are getting me wrong, as if salary limit is increase from 15 - 17 K that does not mean employer have an option to do not contribute. Only option that employer has is to restrict his contribution amount to Rs. 1800 /- only i.e. can restrict his contribution upto Rs. 15000/- contribution but can not stop it.
18th March 2019
Dear Sir,
Thanks alot for your valueble clearefication on this topic.
Regards
Jitendra Kumar
18th March 2019 From India, New Delhi
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