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  2. Employees' Provident Fund Organisation - Wikipedia

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    The EPFO's top decision-making body is the Central Board of Trustees (CBT), a statutory body established by the Employees' Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions (EPF&MP) Act, 1952. As of 2021, more than ₹ 15.6 lakh crore (US$209 billion) are under EPFO management.

  3. Employees Provident Fund (Malaysia) - Wikipedia

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    Employees' Provident Fund ( EPF; Malay: Kumpulan Wang Simpanan Pekerja, KWSP) is a federal statutory body under the purview of the Ministry of Finance. It manages the compulsory savings plan and retirement planning for private sector workers in Malaysia. Membership of the EPF is mandatory for Malaysian citizens employed in the private sector ...

  4. Employees Provident Fund (Nepal) - Wikipedia

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    Employees Provident Fund (Nepali:कर्मचारी सञ्चय कोष) Nepal is the pension fund/provident fund for employees of government and private sector of Nepal. The Fund is currently managing provident funds of 600,000 employees working for the government and in the private sector. [1] The Fund also invests in different ...

  5. Employees' Provident Fund (Sri Lanka) - Wikipedia

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    The Employees' Provident Fund, abbreviated to EPF, is a social security scheme of employees in Sri Lanka under the Central Bank of Sri Lanka. It was established under Act No. 15 of 1958 by S. W. R. D. Bandaranaike, [3] and as of December 2010, it had Rs 899.6 billion, which is equivalent to 16% of the GDP. [4]

  6. Employees Provident Fund - Wikipedia

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    Employees Provident Fund. Employees Provident Fund or Employees' Provident Fund refer to: Employees' Provident Fund Organisation, in India. Employees Provident Fund (Malaysia) Employees Provident Fund Nepal. Employees' Provident Fund (Sri Lanka)

  7. Provident fund - Wikipedia

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    Provident fund is another name for pension fund. Its purpose is to provide employees with lump sum payments at the time of exit from their place of employment. This differs from pension funds, which have elements of both lump sum as well as monthly pension payments. As far as differences between gratuity and provident funds are concerned ...

  8. Why Diversity Matters Catalyst 7-16-12 - HuffPost

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    Why Diversity Matters. Leaders working to create diverse and inclusive workplaces in which women can advance must make the connection between diversity initiatives and their organization’s business goals.1 Effective business cases set the context for diversity and identify organizational challenges that must be addressed in order to create ...

  9. Social security in India - Wikipedia

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    The entire 12% contribution of the employee goes towards the Employees’ Provident Fund Scheme (EPF), while from the employer's share of 12%, 3.67% goes to the Employees’ Provident Fund and 8.33% goes towards the Employees’ Pension Scheme (EPS) along with 1% contribution of the government while 0.5% contribution of the employer goes to the ...