Hi , I am from Andhrapradesh, One of the employee go through ESI maternity leave. How many days/ Months we need to give leave as per policy & Main In that period, We need to pay salary OR ESI will pay full salary. One of my colleagues said , ESI pays 50% salary, & Company need to pay basic salary. Which one is correct . Please clarify
From India, Kadapa
Hi,
The important criteria is that the insured should take treatment only at ESI hospital only from very beginning else she can't claim maternity benefit through ESI. However due to lack of proper facility for delivery if the ESI Doctor refers the insured to Private Doctor then treatment can be availed at Private Hospital. ESI will pay full salary for the insured based on salary on which ESI monthly payment was contributed by the Employer. Also to claim the eligibility through ESI the insured should have worked for a minimum period of work days as stipulated by ESI Authorities in the past contribution period. Maternity leave days eligibility will be same as per MB Act (182 days).

From India, Madras
Hi , I am from Andhrapradesh, One of the employee go through ESI maternity leave. How many days/ Months we need to give leave as per policy & Main In that peroid, We need to pay salary OR ESI will pay full salary.
One of my colleagues said , ESI pay 50% salary, & Company need to pay basic salary. Which one is correct . Please clarify

From India, Kadapa
Hi, Please go through my reply again.
From India, Madras
It is not salary that ESIC is paying it is maternity benefit. Eligibility is nÚt 182 days.It is 70 bays contribution in 2 contribution period.
From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Hi, Regarding ESI Maternity benefit, one of the employee Joined in feb 2019, But Registerd in ESI in JULY 2019 due to some aadhar issue.Now she is carrying 7month. Is she eligible for maternity benefit.If not , please give suggestion
From India, Kadapa

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