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I am a vice president in a foundry in Coimbatore. I have a signed appointment letter where my employer had agreed during my recruitment to pay 3% of gross profits on revenues generated above a target


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First you go through the agreement explicitly states the incentive terms and conditions. If the document clearly defines the incentive payment based on gross profits exceeding the target threshold, it will strengthen your position and next Send a formal written request to your employer, asking for a detailed explanation as to why the incentive payment is being not paid. Again your employer is not paying 3% gross profit. If your employer does not respond to your formal request, you ...ReadMore

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Under the CCS (Conduct) Rules, 1964, joint representation by government servants on matters of common interest is prohibited. Could you please clarify how has the term 'representation'. been offici


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As per DOPT OM No. 11013/11/97-Estt.(A), dated 06.11.1997 The representations from Government servants on service matters are broadly classified as follows - (1) Representations/complaints regarding non-payment of salary/allowances or other dues; (2) Representations on other service matters; (3) Representations against the orders of the immediate superior authority; and (4) Appeals and petitions under statutory rules and orders (e.g. Classification, Control and Appeal Rules and the ...ReadMore

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I have signed bond for 3 years but they haven't spend single rupee for my training is this bond is legal? If not what should I do to break the bond ? (They are asking me to pay three month gross salar


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Here first you have to see the terms and conditions of the bond. Specifically, look for clauses related to training, penalties, and conditions under which the bond can be terminated. If your employer has not spent any money on your training or professional development, this could be a strong point in your favor. Many legal systems require that there be a reasonable exchange of value for such bonds to be enforceable. If the bond is not legally enforceable or if there is a valid reaso ...ReadMore

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I gave my resignation on 14 may.2024 after receiving non-cooperation from the company. It was an instant resignation. And after that I have received mail stating that we will deduct the recovery amoun


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In the absence of any specific stipulation in the contract of employment/appointment letter or any buy back policy, an employer cannot deduct any amount for not serving the notice period by an employee post-resignation which will be held unfair labour practice on the contest. In the given scenario, serving a legal notice to the Company, file an application before the State Labour Court under Sec.33C(2) of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 claiming your dues receivable from the compa ...ReadMore

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Hello, I work at a CAT coaching company and my probation was for 2 months. And my pay structure was 15,000 fixed + commissions, at the end of successful probation. And at the end of my 2 months they s


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A Probationer is not treated as an employee in the permanent role of the Company, so standing rules or regulations do not apply to the probationer to regulate or resolve the dispute between a probationer and an employer. Based on requirements, the employer can extend the period of probation of a probationer but cannot withhold the remuneration or allowance of the probationer which amounts to unfair labour practices. So in the prevailing situation, reach out to the office of the Labo ...ReadMore

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Can I get my salary because i didn't serve the notice period because of mental torture by employer?


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Yes, you may be entitled to receive your salary even if you did not serve the notice period due to mental torture by your employer. Under Indian labor laws, specifically the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, and the Payment of Wages Act, 1936, employers are obligated to pay employees for the period worked, including any accrued salary, even if the notice period is not served. However, it's essential to gather evidence of the mental torture and harassment you endured, such as emails, m ...ReadMore

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I gave my resignation on 14 may.2024 after receiving non-cooperation from the company. It was an instant resignation. And after that I have received mail stating that we will deduct the recovery amoun


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You have the right to receive your due salary even if you have resigned without serving the notice period. According to Indian labor laws, specifically the Payment of Wages Act, 1936, and the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, employers are obligated to pay all due wages to employees within a stipulated time frame after their resignation. If your company has failed to respond to your repeated communications and has not processed your final settlement, you can take legal action.
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I recently joined one mid-tier IT company, and they initiated the Background verification process. During which one of my ex-employer gave negative feedback about me to the current company. Because


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Since IT companies are privileges companies as labor laws are not applicable to them as such there are playing with its employees. You may start new career or teach a lesson to your ex-employer by issuing a legal notice for unnecessarily giving negative feedback to your present employer provided you have an evidence.

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icon legal advice - incorrectly filled out my PF details

My previous employer incorrectly filled out my PF details, leading to my new employer revoking my appointment due to a failed background verification. Despite my repeated reminders, they failed to rec


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You may get issue a legal notice and claim compensation by filing a civil suit thus it will be a lesson for your previous employer.

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I was removed from PSB with removal which shall not be disqualification from future employment, after that I went to join another government job and after sending appointment letter they are not givin


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Here reason behind your removal from PSB matters the most and potentially affects your future career. Removal from service other than normal retirement or resignation is itself a stigma in the service record of an employee. Background verification(BGV) check is a process many organizations carry out to verify the information provided by the candidate during hiring. Verification of EPFO records through UAN is critical for conducting employee background checks because it allows emplo ...ReadMore

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