The Contract Labour Amendment Bill 2017

Ministry of Labour & Employment has decided to amend the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act 1970 through the introduction of the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Amendment Bill 2017. As part of the pre-legislative consultative process, the suggestions/comments/inputs of all concerned stakeholders/other members of the public are invited to the preliminary draft of the […]

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Loan or advance from PF do not require any proof

EPF members will now only be required to submit a self-declaration for the advance in case of illness of members/ dependents. Differently abled members will also get an advance on the basis of self-declaration. A member will no longer be required to submit any medical certificate or any other certificate or document or Performa whatsoever […]

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New PF Form 11- Composite PF Declaration Form

The Employees’ Provident Fund Organization has embarked upon next phase of e-governance reforms with a view to making its services available to its stakeholders. EPFO has recently introduced a single page Composite Claim Form (Aadhaar/Non-Aadhaar) and Composite Claim Form for death cases by replacing multiple forms for settlement of claims. 2. In exercise of powers […]

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Employer Guideline for automatic transfer of Provident Fund Account

In the wake of recent digital initiatives with the objective of making EPFO a Paperless Organization, the new procedure has been formulated for transfer of accounts of a member on change of employment to facilitate seamless and hassle-free service to subscribers. PF Account will be transferred automatically. 2. In case the employee already has a UAN, […]

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3 Months Paternity Leave in India: Paternity Benefits Bill 2017

Congress MP Rajeev Satav’s Paternity Benefit Bill, 2017 may be considered in the next session of Parliament. Bill is aiming for Paternity leave and other benefits for men including those in the private sector and unorganised sectors. As per the draft Paternity Benefits Bill 2017, men will be eligible for leave up to 30 days […]

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