Sakshi Mishra 15 May 2018
Myrtlnes 29 July 2021
Many people do not know that if an employee of a private company dies, the company is required to provide a death benefit. A death benefit can be anything from paying the family's medical bills to providing financial support for funeral costs and more proessaywriting reviews. The specifics depend on what type of plan was offered by the employer at the time of hire. If you are unsure what your current or former employer offers, you should contact them with any questions prior to reading this blog post!
Vasudevan Viswanathan 28 September 2021
Sudhir Kumar, Advocate (Advocate) 20 November 2021
1.He is entitled to pension if the comp[any was depositing PF dues with EPFO. In case they were not depositing and having 20 employees (including daly wagers/contract / outsourced etc) they are bound of pay the PF dues to EPFO now (both employee & employer share). You can file a written complaint with Regional PF Commissioner with request to initiate proceedings under section 7A of EPF(MP) Act 1952. Labour Commisssioner has no role in this.
2. In case they have not paid graruity then file complaint with labour deptt.
3. The promise of medicine shop. If it is oral it has no velue and not claimable under any Act.. If it is in writing still it is not enforecebale as the promising medical shop to non-parma graduate is per-se illegal.
Megha 16 January 2022
As per the labour laws prevalent in India, you will be entitled to the following upon the employee's death
1. Employee State Insurance (ESI), if he was eligible to contribute for the same
2. Compensation under Employees CompensationAct, 1923 if the employee cotracted any injuries/ occupational disease during the course of employment.
3. Employees Provident Fund (EPF) - a nominee can make full claim of the amount in the EPF account by submitting a Composite Claim form
4. Employee Pension Scheme (EPS) - the spouse/ children under 25 years of age will be entitled to receive the pension.
5. Employees Deposit-Linked Insurance (EDLI) - An amount from 2.5 lakhs to 7 lakhs can be claimed under this scheme and all EPF members are eligible for the same.
6. Gratuity - Gratuity will be available to the legal heirs/ nominess even if the employee deceased employee hasn't fulfilled the statutory requirement of 5 years of continuous service.