KATHMANDU, AUGUST 4: The Supreme Court (SC) has issued an interim order against the Social Security Fund (SSF), asking the authorities to halt the implementation of the mandatory rule for the employees of the private companies to be listed in the SSF.

KATHMANDU, July 4: The trade unions of 22 commercial banks on Sunday filed a case at the Supreme Court against the Social Security Fund (SSF) for being forced to join the fund.

KATHMANDU, June 30: Employees of a number of commercial banks on Wednesday staged protests against the Social Security Fund (SSF) expressing their dissatisfaction over being taken to the SSF forcibly, without addressing their grievances.

KATHMANDU, June 25: The trade unions affiliated to various 29 banks and financial institutions (BFIs) and insurance companies have said that they will not be involved in the Social Security Fund (SSF), an ambitious program enforced by the government, unless there are amendments in the schemes maintained in the SSF.

KATHMANDU, June 17: The Hotel Association of Nepal (HAN) has stated that it is not possible to operate hotels as per the exit laws and policies.

KATHMANDU, April 12: The Social Security Fund (SSF) has asked all the employers including those of the private sector to get registered at the Fund by this fiscal year end.

KATHMANDU, Dec 5: The government has revised the ‘Social Security Fund Investment Guidelines’ after it failed to incorporate a large number of individuals and institutions under its jurisdiction.

KATHMANDU, Oct 18: Over 8,200 employers have registered themselves with the Social Security Fund (SSF) to enlist their 92,000 employees, as the deadline to private sector firms and establishments to sign up with the contributory-based social security scheme ended on Thursday.

KATHMANDU, July 26: The Federation of Woman Entrepreneurs' Association of Nepal (FWEAN) has said that its attention has been drawn toward the government's decision to make PAN mandatory for payment of salary to workers, among other issues.

KATHMANDU, April 17: Social Security Fund (SSF) has no cash to run social security programs immediately as the government has not provided it Rs 22 billion collected for the purpose over the last eight years.