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Some relevant docs in support of training period consideration for gratuity
#1
Dear Friends,

Attaching some relevant documents in support of the fact that training period should be considered while calculating eligibility of gratuity.


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.pdf   Gratuity should be paid for Training Period-Case-Delhi HC.pdf (Size: 132.03 KB / Downloads: 320)
.doc   Gratuity should be paid for Training Period-Case-Other Judgements.doc (Size: 71.5 KB / Downloads: 211)

Govind Singh Negi
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#2
Thank you for sharing this. Really useful.
 
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#3
You are welcome Vibha

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#4
Dear Sir

I have completed 4 years and 9 month in a healthcare consultancy. Am I eligible to get gratuity. I discussed the same thing with the management in my organization but they denied to give me gratuity amount. I have already resigned after completion of 4 years 9 months. Do let me know what shall I do to get my gratuity. Also provide me with some supporting documents which states that if I complete 4 years 9 months in any organization I am eligible to get the gratuity, so that on the basis of those documents, I can claim my gratuity.

Thanks
 
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#5
Dear Friend,

As per Gratuity act a person becomes eligible for gratuity only when he completes 5 years of continuous service. In your case, you are not eligible for gratuity.

Govind Singh Negi
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#6
Sir,
I have completed 5 years 11 months in my previous organization. In that 2 years was training period. That organization is telling that i am not eligible for gratuity. whether i am eligible for gratuity or not?
 
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#7
Dear Rathan,

Training period should be considered to determine eligibility for gratuity. Hence you are very much eligible for gratuity.

Govind Singh Negi
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#8
Hi,

I had joined an software company in feb 4rth 2010 as an intern trainee tester and I was confirmed as a permanent employee on march 4rth 2010 .Now on feb23rd 2015 was my last day according to the date mentioned in my reliving letter. If I consider internship duration , it exceeds 5 years.If I exclude internship duration , it is around 4 years 11 months 21 days . So please let me know am i eligible for gratuity.

Thanks,
AnandDeepak
 
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#9
Dear Anand,

You are eligible for gratuity.

Govind Singh Negi
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#10
Dear Sir,

I was working in an IT Company from July 2009 to Jan 2015. The first year ie from July 2009 to June 2010 was my Trainee Period. However, I have served the company continuously for 5.5 years and the Gratuity amount was already showing up in my pay slips from August 2014 itself. I have resigned from the job in Jan 2015, but now the company refuses to pay the Gratuity amount stating that I am not eligible for Gratuity during my Trainee Period (1 year) and hence the rest of my tenure there will not be adding upto 4 years and 240 days. Please advise if this is correct or if I am genuinely eligible for the Gratuity.

Thanks a lot,
Nimisha.
 
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