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Dear All,
I have one query regarding the bonus.
As per my knowledge bonus is an extra amount which is to be given to the employee on yearly bases, proportionate to the profit made by the company in that year. This means this is a type of reward which is given by the company to the employees.
Then how can we include it as a part of CTC. I have seen many organizations who consider the bonus as part of CTC and pay it as yearly component. Is this a statuitory requirement or what?
Pl. guide me on the same.
waiting for your reply.
Thanks
Shweta G
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I cant believe, no body of my fellows is able to help me :cry: :cry: :roll: :cry: Shweta G
THIS IS BECOME COMPANY FASHION TO INCLUDE EVERYTHING IN THE NAME OF CTC .YOU CAN INCLUDE PL/GRATUTY/BONUS/MEDICAL /SO COMPANY WILL NOT HAVE TO PAY YOU EXTRA
Dear Shweta,
No, its not statutory requirement to include bonus in CTC but yes lot many org. does it because actually CTC is Cost to Company i.e. how much employee is costing to company. therefore co. includes all the cost direct or indirect if they have to hire him. so they do include bonus amount as they have to give this amount to an employee at some point of time. Its upto you & your management whether to calculate employee actual cost by including it or if not then exclude it.
Regards,
Shilpi
Bonus is not a reward.it is given to an employee for contributin to the prosperity of employes. yes this is a statuitory requirement .
Many organisation are considering bonus as a part of ctc .
you can take 8.33%(min) to 20%(max) of basic in computing ctc
neeraj

Hi Neeraj, Shilpi n others...
Is it statutory to take 20% of basic in bonus computation or it depends on the management...
This is b'cos in my concern (manufacturing) 25% of basic is considered in calculating bonus..
Pls clarify...GOOD DAY!!!!
Bonus range - 8.33 % of earned basic and DA to 20 % of earned basic and DA. Above 20 % is not called bonus. If management wants to give more than this, they have to give it as Ex=gratia. - Hiten
Hi Hiten, I welcome ur timely reply.. Pls let me know what is earned basic & DA? Is it the same that is considered for PF computation of 12%? Pls elaborate.
Hi Sumana 1 !
Yes, it is same as basic + da we consider in pf.
earned basic and da means actually earned basic + da (in case an employee is absent without leave approval / LWOP, his earned basic + da will be less than is projected basic or agreed basic and official da)
Further, the earned basic + da included any basic and da paid to employee as arrears for increment declared, effect of any settlement arrived after its due date and other adjustments.
Hope I have been able to reply as desired. Please let me have feedback.
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Regards,
- Hiten
Hi , I want to know on what bases a company decide that how much bonus should be given to an indivisual employee ?Does it varies from salary to salary ?Kindly reply
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