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Hello, When I joined a company in Sept 2016, the company was .. IT Services Pvt Ltd. In that company I dont have PF account. Later, when I decided to take PF they transferred to another company that name is ... IT Solution Pvt. Ltd. on August 2019

So my first company I have served 3 years (without PF) joining date sept 2016
2nd company I have served cor 4 years (with PF) joining date Aug 2019

But when I resigned they gave me a gratuity form and also I got an offboarding email where my joining date was mentioned which is my first company's joining date and also clearly mentioned there that I served 7 years

So am I eligible for gratuity. Pls answer.

From India, Kolkata

If both the companies are under the same management, your service would be continuous even though there is a break in between, and that break is just a technical break. Actually, there was no break, I believe but it was a transfer from one company to another of the same management. Moreover, since the employer has issued a gratuity form (I believe it is form I to be filled in by you and handed over to them or Form L, an order of the employer directing you to collect the gratuity mentioned therein) you can get it. It is a positive attitude from the company that they have not (mis)used the break to deny you gratuity.
From India, Kannur

You will get gratuity for seven years. Varghese Mathew Trivandrum 9961266966
From India, Thiruvananthapuram

You are eligible to get a Gratuity amount for 7 years as per the Gratuity Act.
From India, Vadodara

They have given you a gratuity form, which means they intend to pay you gratuity So what exactly is the problem you have?
From India, Mumbai
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