What ever the last working day Employer is marking as per their records including PF employer login, will be the last working day. In this case as the employer relieved the employee on 8th July, the LWD should be 8th July.
From India, Madras
Madhu.T.KIf the employer is allowing the employee to get relieved on 8th July then the amount paid for the remaining days may be either counted as compensation for early relieving or service period marked as leave. In the former case the date of exit should be 8th July and in the latter case it will be 31st July. The employee should ensure which date the employer is going to mark as exit date in PF records because now a days there occurs overlapping dates due to negligence. If the employee is joining another organisation before 31st July, then he should get his date of exit (last working day) marked on 8th July. At the same time, if he is not joining another organisation before 31st July, it is desirable to have it on 31st July. Only difference is that in the latter case the amount employer has paid for the period from 9th July till 31st July will be accounted as Salary which will qualify for PF deduction and contribution whereas the former being a compensation not while on duty, no contribution becomes payable.
From India, Kannur
ommygautamLast working days should be mention 08th July , Because physical presence was till 08th July. it is other thing that you are paying him till 31st July. As Madhu Sir said that if employee join in other company on 15th July then it would be problem for him to get the registration in EPF . In other hand it is not suitable to show the exit date 31st July as between 08th to 31st July if any accident or incident happened with the employee then whole responsibility will go to principal employer. for example if the person met with an accident or done some wrong then he may show that he was present in the company and his last working days was 31st instead of 08th.
So please mention Date of exit 08th not 31st.
From India, Rudarpur
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