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Companies are accountable for effecting deductions on account of EPF, ESI, Professional Profession Tax, Income Tax , and Labor Welfare Fund from employees earnings based on prevailing rules and depositing the same with respective agencies within a specific time frame. Apart from this, Payroll Processor has to prepare returns and reports and submit on a monthly, quarterly, half-yearly, or annual basis as specified by the concerned agencies. There are five very important statutory compliance commitments as far as payroll Payroll is concerned.

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HR is to ensure that the organization is compliant (adheres) to all the relevant laws of the region (State/Country). The various activities that are part of the statutory compliance are:

  • Ensure all relevant employee and labor-related licenses and permissions are obtained.
  • Onboard all current and new employees in to various schemes as applicable to the organization.
  • Calculate various Payroll-related deductions from the employee salary based on the applicable laws.
  • Ensure timely reports are submitted to the relevant authorities as per the mandated schedule. Report submission may be online or through filing of hard-copy.
  • Ensure that when an employee leaves the organization all relevant statutory forms and certificates are issued.
  • Some of the most common statutory requirements that HR needs to handle includes PF, ESI and Income Tax. Apart from these, there are state-specific laws in the areas of Factories Act, Shops and Establishments Act and Profession Tax

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