Gratuity and Maternity Leave – Ministry of Labour and Employment Gratuity Gazette Notification – Amount, Date and Maternity Leave
Revision Gratuity Ceiling to Rs. 20 Lakh from 1st January 2016 – UFBU writes to Finance Minister regarding Gratuity Ceiling
Gratuity Calculator with formula for Central Government Employees after 7th Pay Commission Implementation – Enhancement of Gratuity
Extension of benefits of ‘Retirement Gratuity and Death Gratuity’ to the Central Government employees covered by new Defined Contribution Pension System (National Pension System)
7th Pay Commission Pension and Gratuity for Railway Pensioners – Implementation of Government’s decision on the recommendation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission
Presently Retirement Gratuity has limit of Rs. 10 lakh. 7th Pay Commission has recommended for increasing this ceiling on gratuity to Rs. 20 lakh. Further, Retirement Gratuity will have to be increased by 25 percent whenever DA rises by 50 percent.
DA indexed Gratuity proposed by 7th Pay Commission will be beneficial to Central Government Pensioners. Presently Employees retire at the end of term of any pay commission end up in getting same gratuity which was granted to employees 10 years ago who retired immediately after implementation of pay commission.
BSNL calls for details of Casual Labourers from all Circles for extension of Gratuity to them. This information in the format prescribed should reach the BSNL Estt on or before 31.08.2015
Central Government Employees Gratuity – Frequently Asked Questions updated as on 04.11.2013 compiled and issued by Department of Pension and Pensioners Welfare (Pensioners Portal)
Withholding of 10% gratuity from the retiring Government servants — clarification
Enhancement of amount of Ex-gratia payable to pre-1986 CPF retirees and dependent family members of the deceased pre-1986 CPF employees
Ex-gratia to pre-1986 CPF (Contributory Provident Fund) employees who retired otherwise than on superannuation after 20 years of service