Employee not agree to deduct pf if his/her basic+da is less then 15000/- - CiteHR
Umakanthan53
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Vijaykumar Sagar
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Dear All,
I want to know that we have some employee(worker) they are not agree to deduct his/her pf and his basic+DA is less then 15000/-pm so what is its solution? please help me about is my frim is in Jamnagar Gujarat and pf office is under Rajkot PF office

The EPF Contribution is mandatory otherwise the employer will have to face the problems in future.
i know that but our worker not agree any way they argument with that they want full wages and they do not work more then 180 day in year and they have not proper document like Adhara not date of birth full and pan card or bank account so what we will do for them if totally disagree with epfo rule if am not agree with his /her terms they left the work and i am survive for production and my firm goes to close due to manpower shortage .
very easy
salary = 15000 (they don't want deduct)
you should show them above 21000 thousand
for example salary = 22000
actual = 15000
difference = 7000
you can deduct their attendance days in your payroll for equal to 15000

We should contribute EPF even the employee epf wage is greater than 15000/- , if the employee is already EPF member.
Dear Vijaykumar,
The objective of making legislation on subjects like Insurance against employment accidents and Employee Provident Fund Schemes and incorporating mandatory provisions pertaining to matching contribution from both the employer and the employees is to ensure social protection when the employees become unproductive due to age and incapacitation. Therefore, when both the establishment and the employees fall within the purview of such Acts, individual choice based on whatever reasons has no room for exemption.

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