Maulin Suthar
Suppose an employee is injured in the month of May and is treated from ESIC, the pay slip for the month of May is sought from ESIC for holiday wages. But the month of May is not over yet and the joining of the employee is also in the month of May, so what should I do in such a case?
From India, Ahmedabad
Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
Maulin Suthar
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An employee joins in May and in the same month he met with an accident and is under treatment under ESI. This is okay. Now the month running is July and you are saying that month may is not over. What does it mean?

In order to pay the accident benefits to the employee the ESIC will ask for form 32 (contribution record) and in that you have just to show what is his salary daily wages (average salary) had he worked for the entire month. Please check if the ESIC had asked for this form (specimen attached) or something else. There are there columns and in your case you are expected to fill in C

From India, Kannur

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Maulin Suthar
Thank you for your valuable and helpful reply sir/Ma’am,
From India, Ahmedabad

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