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EPFO urges companies to facilitate e-nomination of women employees


Establishments that filed an e-nomination for December 2021 and January 2022 are eligible for this declaration, according to an EPFO tweet.

The Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) has urged companies to allow 100 percent re-nomination of female employees in order for the particular organization to be recognized and rewarded on International Women’s Day, March 8, 2022.

According to an EPFO tweet, establishments that filed an e-nomination for December 2021 and January 2022 are eligible for this declaration.

EPFO tweet stated: “We urge all establishments to facilitate 100% e-Nomination of Women employees and get recognized and rewarded this InternationalWomensDay.”


In another tweet, “On this InternationalWomensDay, we urge Women members to file e-Nomination and empower family and assure them SocialSecurity.”


Who can be added as a nominee?

Only defined family members can be nominated in your EPF account, according to the EPF Act. The EPF Act defines “family” as: I in the case of a male member, his wife, his children (whether married or unmarried), his dependant parents, and his deceased son’s widow and children; and (ii) in the case of a female member, her husband, her children (whether married or unmarried), her dependant parents, and her deceased son’s widow and children.

EPF members can make changes to their nominations online. An EPF member does not need to request this from their employer; instead, they can update their EPF nominations online through the EPFO UAN portal.

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