Hi Monika,
I am Minal, i have gone through your mail. Here you have given your personal email id for getting the reply. Can you share the reply with me also as i am looking for the reply for the same.
my email id is
Regards
Minal
9892908298

From India , Mumbai
Even you manage as two firm, some clubbing provision is there for PF & ESI, if concerns having same management or commen partners if any. You run your concerns individually but for maximum limit they do clubbing
From India , Madras
Dear arathi,
if a person is going on maternity leave and if she is covered under ESI, she will get half of her from ESI and 3 months leave, but the company will show her on ESI leave and proceed 0 salary.

From India , Bangalore
sir iam working HanilAutomotive India P ltd Company as a contract worker My salary is Rs 2530 and O.T. charge per hour is Rs35/- ,But they charging e.s.i & P.F for O.t Allowances also Please guide me details i want details through my email
From India , Madras
The ESI rules are as under:
The earned gross (Includes all earnings like incentive, bonus, special pay etc) should be less than or equal to 10,000.
Employee has to contribute 1.75% of earned gross deducted from net pay
Employer has to contribute 4.75% of earned gross of employee.
If ESI has been deducted in the month of April then it should continue
to be deducted till September irrespective of earned gross. In the month
of October if the earned gross is more than 10,000 then ESI should not
be deducted.
Ex: Employee A has got a gross earning of Rs. 9000 in the month of April
and so ESI is deducted. In the month of May his earning has increased to
11,000 ESI should be deducted thereafter also till September
irrespective of his earned gross. In the month of October his earned
gross is 12,000 then ESI should not be deducted
Therefore there is a two cycle period for deduction. April to September
and October to March:confused:

Hello Mr Balaji
1. PF is deducted 12% of your earned Basic

2. ESI should be deducted on The earned gross (Includes all earnings like incentive, bonus, special pay etc) which should be less than or equal to 10,000.
Employee has to contribute 1.75% of earned gross deducted from net pay
Employer has to contribute 4.75% of earned gross of employee

From India , Bangalore
Arathi,
If any employee is covered under ESI ACT, then in case of Maternity, she will get half of her salary paid by ESI till 3 months only, but company is not bound to pay full salary, she will get all benefits from ESI itself, in fact.
regards
VIJAY

From India , Gurgaon
Dear all, I have got a project to make a software comapny magzine,so can you suggest some good name for it.
From India , Pune
Dear Kasana,
1.Your firm has 25 employees.
2.You are engaged in the business of rendering Cleaning and pantry servicesto various clients.
3.Clients coverage status under ESI is irrelevant.
4.Your firm stands covered under the provisions of the ESI Act.
5. You must comply and pay contributions in respect of all your employees irrespective of the place where they work.
Regards
Ramarao
9892078259

From India , Mumbai
Dear Alex,
Pl note the following reply to your query.
ESI is not applicable to both the firm.
PF is application to the firm 2 and 1 is optional irrespective of amount of salary disbursement.
For PF Registration and upkeeping of statutory requirements please avail our service. The outsourcing of HR admin & legal service will be cost effective
You are most welcome to be called any time for any qurries. We are pleased to serve you..!!
You are most welcome to call
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From India , Madras
My dear friend if some one's salary is 10000CTC im saying his CTC not gross or not including insatives if some one having 10001 or above CTc then he is eligible for not to cut PF or ESIc if he dont have salary 10001 or above then he must not b eligible
From India , Ahmadabad

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