One contractor failed to pay ESIC and PF contribution from the last 2 months. Should he inform PF and ESIC office for nonpayment of contribution?
From India, Pune

The PF & ESI contribution becomes due and payable when wages are paid. If wages are paid to the workmen without remitting the due contribution, it is a serious offence as well. Informing the respective offices is not going to help in any way in whittling down the offence.
From India, Mumbai
In continuation, I would like to add that as principal employer you would have to remit the entire contribution with interest and recover it from the concerned contractor.
From India, Salem
At the earliest impress upon the contractor to comply with respect to ESIC and PF with due penalty/interest.
I he does not as Principal Employer you should arrange to do the compliance.
Shailesh Parikh
99 98 97 10 65

From India, Mumbai

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