Hi, A person worked for two years in a company and left. After one year, he joins back and works for eight years. When he resigns this time after eight years, will he get gratuity for 8 or 10 years?
From India, Delhi

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He resign first two years service. He again joined as new employee after one year so, you have to pay gratuity for only for 8 years.
From India, Vijayawada
As you mentioned that "person worked for two years in a company and left. He joins back and works for eight years." Obviously once any employee left the company he/she ceased to become employee of the company. However, assure that company has a valid resignation copy of the employee and all F&F procedure completed when he left the company after two years. If company has a valid resignation and F&F document and new joining procedure done then definitely you have to pay only 8 years of Gratuity from the date of new joining to new resign date.
From India , Ahmadabad

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