Aadhaar Mandatory for EPF Pensioners and Members

EPFO has earlier decided to make Aadhaar mandatory for Pension claims. Now as per new directions issued from EPFO, even existing members has to provide Aadhaar to continue to avail benefits of Pension Scheme. As per the said notification members or pensioners of the Employees’ Pension Scheme 1995 desirous of continuing the benefit of the said scheme are […]

5 Days Grace Period Allowed To Deposit PF For December, 2016

Several references were received by the office of Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) regarding problems relating to recently made operational EPFO Unified Portal such as connectivity issues, login issues, website slowdown/hanging, awareness of new procedures etc. In view of this the EPFO has, as a special case, allowed a grace period of 5 days to […]

Form Of Declaration Under Employees’ Enrolment Campaign, 2017

1. The Amendment to EPF Scheme and introduction of Paragraph 82A in the Scheme covering the above subject has been circulated vide Circular No.2 of 2017 dated 3.1.2017. 2. In terms of the above New Paragraph, the Employer shall specify the date of eligibility in respect of each employee for Membership in the Declaration Form. […]

Aadhaar Mandatory For Pensioners. PF deposit allowed in any Bank

AADHAAR MANDATORY FOR PENSIONERS The Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation has made it mandatory for its about 50 lakh pensioners and around 4 crore subscribers to provide either Aadhaar or a proof that they have applied for it till January 31 to remain the beneficiary of its social security schemes.  Official Gazette is give below: PROVIDENT […]

Consumer Price Index – September – October 2016

Consumer Price Index – September – October 2016 The Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Government of Karnataka, Bengaluru have published Consumer Price Index for Industrial workers in Karnataka for the month of SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 2016  in respect of 16 Centres i.e., 11 Centres with State series and 5 Centres with Central series which are as follows: […]

Say goodbye to hard copies of registers/records

Dear Readers, The Labour Law Reporter has been persistently reiterating that in view of section 4 of the Information Technology Act, 2000, there is no need for maintaining the records/registers in the printed formats. Notwithstanding that, the inspecting authorities had been raising objections to this procedure.  However, by the following instructions that too from and […]