Maternity - Are women employees eligible for full pay during maternity leave or just basic pay?
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Are women employees eligible for full pay during maternity leave or just basic pay. Also is it mandatory to provide 6 months paid leave if they are not covered by ESI.
9th March 2020
From India, Bengaluru
Hi, Women employees are eligible for Gross salary. And it is mandatory to provide six months paid leave as per Maternity Benefit Act.
10th March 2020
From India, Coimbatore
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