salary not credited during notice period salary not credited during notice period

Dear Sir, my company is not crediting salary during my employment in notice period after resignation. Surprisingly other employee from the same department has been receiving salary for last two months

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Posted 10 months ago


A. Hi,

You may wait till your notice periods ends and demand a full and final settlement hence. Or else you can take legal action against them for not paying you the amount of salary you are entitled to. If you found this helpful, please rate us.

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Ayantika Mondal @ Prime Legal

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i filed the spice + form due to some deficiency it is rejected by MCA what we can do in tha case? I need the approved name of that proposed Company? Whether i get refund of the rejected application

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Posted 10 months ago


A. Hi,
Ask them to provide reasons for why the application was rejected. You will then have to correct these defects and resubmit it.
It is unlikely that you will receive a refund.
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I joined a company on 11jan as team leader n signed a contract of 2 years if i leave compensation would be 3 mnth salary now after 2 weeks they are saying that i would be a senior executive which they

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Posted 11 months ago


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We will need to look through your employment agreement to better assist you.
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I want to create a company but not sure if it should be an LLP or a Pvt Ltd?

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Posted 1 year ago


A. The most important thing you should know that in a LLP you will be personally liable if the things goes wrong and you can also be liable if your partner do something wrong (expections are also there). In case of Pvt Ltd you are not going to be personally liable for things, your company will be liable and you also have the option where if anyone wants to spend in your company they can also do.

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Can we approach to Labour commissioner after receiving legal notice from a company on a dispute for the final settlement.

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Dear Client
As per your inputs, if you are other than Managerial role in the said company, then file a case in labor commission claiming all your settlements

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I Am doing JOB in Videocon Industries Limited, Aurangabad. I have received transfer order from Corporate HR Delhi to Join Delhi office without providing Job Profile, Transfer Benefits. While I asked H

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi,
You can send them a legal notice enquiring about such transfer, stating your circumstances.

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If I was hired last year only in the company, how much is company liable to give me if they post a notice of closing down its operations. What should they give: an option to work to some other operati

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A. Hi,
The law stipulates that you shall need to be paid for the duration of the notice period and also for any bonuses you may have earned. In addition, they are required to pay you your salary if any part of it has not been paid yet. Regarding what else they can give you, that depends on the terms of your specific employment contract, they might not have to provide alternative solutions at all. If your co-workers and you are part of a workers' union, then you shall have greater influence to barga ...ReadMore

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Hi, I am working as an AGM with a manufacturing company (5 day working). I have resigned & based on my date of relieving I will be completing 4 yrs 130 days and have 60 days of EL that I plan to surre

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi,
A person can receive gratuity when he has completed a time period of minimum five years with the organization.
however, if the employee dies before the completion of 5 years or becomes disabled due to an accident or disease, he can receive the gratuity amount. in case of death, the legal heirs of the deceased will be liable to receive the gratuity amount.
In the recent judgement passed by the Madras High Court, if the person has completed 240 days after 4th year, he/she becomes eligible t ...ReadMore

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Posted 1 year ago


A. hello,
please provide more details on this issue to serve you. the facts are missing. nevertheless, it is important to serve the notice period

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi,

One director of the company cannot remove the other simply( if there are only two directors in a company).

In such a situation, a director can be removed through a resolution passed at the Annual General Meeting of the company explaining the reasons for removal. Moreover, Company should give intimation to the concerned director about his removal.

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