Anonymous
A employee working in our company his age is 60 year now, but his PF contribution is continued, so can we retire the employee? Any issue or legal problem about that...? Please help..
From India, New Delhi
You might have issued an appointment letter to this employee. Pls. refer term of appointment letter which normally have a term that you will retire from the services of the company on attaining age of 58 years. Referring that particular term/clause of appointment letter, you may retire him/her.
From India, Gurgaon
KK!HR
1035

Pl check your coverage under the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act 1947 or else the Shop & Establishment Act applicable to you. Is there a service condition or any precedent regarding retirement, then follow that.
From India, Mumbai
Form-10C- Your Claim has been rejected due to : 1) CONTRIBUTION AFTER DATE OF LEAVING. 2) CERTIFICATE ENCLOSED IS IMPROPER
From India, New Delhi
puran
11

Hi
The seems not complete/clear.
One can continue to be a member of PF even after 60 years if he is in employment.
Contribution to pension stops when you attain/complete 58 years of age.
As per company policy you can retire him or extend the service. No legal issue in this.
Regards
Puran Dangwal

From India, New Delhi

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