The Gratuity is due after 5 years of continuous work. It is the responsibility of the contractor to quote or accept such rate that covers everything for a long term contract.

In most of the work order, it is written that the contractor has to comply with all that rules that are in force and anything new i.e. change in rate of minimum wages, laws and rules shall be considered by the principal employer or shall reimburse the cost.

The reply would be in the instant case, that the Gratuity is not a new imposition. There is nothing left on your side to deny, rather take up the matter with principal employer to consider. Your work order is a sole solution, it needs to be read what exactly mention there in. Do not consider that the views is not intended to let your claim down but all this is cited on strength of practical experience.




From India, Mumbai

Why an employee is denied for payment of gratuity between the tussle of principle employer and contractor. If liability exist payment should be done if unable to pay so the its advisable to approach local labour office for grievances and redressal if matter is not sorted out within 15 days after the claim.
Thanks & Regards
Sumit Kumar Saxena

From India, Ghaziabad
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