ESI/EPF Registration

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ESI registration is a scheme introduced to provide social security to workers working in any organized private sector companies.
EPF registration is mandatory for all establishments- Which is a factory engaged in any industry having 20 or more persons.

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What is the full-form of ESI?
ESI stands for Employee State Insurance
How many employees are required for ESI registration?
The ESI scheme is applicable to all factories and other establishments with 10 or more people employed in such establishments and the beneficiaries’ monthly wages do not exceed INR 21,000.
Who is liable for ESI registration?
All the establishments covered under the ESI Act and all factories that employ more than 10 employees and pay wages below Rs. 21,000 per month (Rs. 25,000 for employees with disability) must register with the ESIC.
When should a company register for ESI?
All establishments, entities, units, and factories that employ over ten people who earn less than ₹15,000 a month must be wary of the ESI Act. As per Indian law, such entities must mandatorily apply for ESI registration within 15 days of the Act becoming applicable to them.
Which employees are not eligible for ESIC?
Workers or employees earning more than Rs. 21,000 per month and in the case of persons with a disability, the maximum wage is capped at Rs. 25,000 per month.
What isPF?
The Employee Provident Fund or PF is a perquisite given to the employees over and above their basic salary, which can help them after their retirement, or at the time of any mishappening or emergency.
Who is eligible for EPF registration?
Organizations with 20 or more employees are required by law to register for the EPF scheme, while those with fewer than 20 employees can also register voluntarily.
Is EPF compulsory for all employees?
It is compulsory for all employees earning less than ₹15,000 to register for the EPF.
Is PF mandatory for a salary above 15,000?
The EPF scheme is compulsory for all employees earning less than ₹15,000.
How Does PF Registration Process help in Pension?
PF is directly related to the employee’s pension. Apart from the employee’s contribution of 12% towards EPF, an equal amount is contributed by the employer. Out of this, 8.33% goes towards the Employee Pension Scheme (EPS).