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YJ (NONE)     09 June 2022

Company not a member of epfo

Hello Experts, I joined a company that is operating since 7 years with over 200 employees. Compnay is not deducting any PF and not a member of EPFO organization. Now the company is purchased by new foriegn company and new company is trying to provide PF facility to all employees. Considering, Indian legal entity operating with 200 employees not a member of EPFO since 7 years what will be implications? Any legal issues because company is not eligible for exemption considering salary and no of employees? Please suggest.



 5 Replies

P. Venu (Advocate)     09 June 2022

What is the reason for not extending the benefits of the EPF schme to the employees?

G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     09 June 2022

File online RTI Application to EPFO  rtionline with Rs.10/- as Fee and seek information as follows:

1. Please provide a copy of laid down norms/action to be taken when a company with 200 employees has not been a member of EPFO for more than 20 years and legal implications/remedies for employees not getting contributions from the employer.

YJ (NONE)     09 June 2022

No specific reason, company started with 10 employees with EPFO exemption and continued in same way while keep on hiring ...owners said they forgot to do it :)

Pradipta Nath (Advocate)     09 June 2022

Complain before the PF regional commissioner. 

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