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I joined an organisation in 1998, left it in the middle and rejoined the same organisation in 2004 for the convinence of organisation.
Gratuity Act is applicable for the organisation.
Would I be eligible for Gratuity from 1998 or from 2004?

From India, Chennai
Dear Please mention the complete fact. When you left and When you joined(complete dates ) Regards Puran Dangwal
From India, New Delhi
Sir
Im worked for 15 years in mumbai for a pvt ltd company.
During co.working iam also done freelance insurance agency.And several non life policies of mycompany have punched under my agency code and earned commsiion.
I have resigned in 2011, After resignation this has come to mangaement notice and adjusted for my dues like PF,Gratutiy,Leave salary,my performance bonus/commission etc.At this stage how i have proceed and claim PF(Daughter marriage) and other employment benefits. Now i am 55 am elgible for pf pension.
Ravi shankar

From India, Bangalore
Dear client,
What was the date of your first resignation before 2004. You can get gratuity for that period only. Thereafter you have joined in 2004 shall be calculated with another period of time. For more detail you may request to rabkenam at gmail

From India, New Delhi
Anonymous
Hello members,
One of my friend is working in an Indian Company since 5+ Yrs....
Company is around 8 Years Old and it's a Pvt. Ltd. company. my friend contacted Finance/HR team but they replied that there is no Gratuity policy in the company.... he got all the document at the time of joining and has been receiving increment letters salary slips form 16 etc on regular basis Kindly advise in this case
Thank You
ZaKMac.

From India, Bangalore
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