need to go to labour court or civil court need to go to labour court or civil court

my designation is special process welding engineer and no subordinates for me. so i need to go to labour court or civil court to file a complaint against management

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Posted 1 week ago


A. Dear Sir,
First approach the following authority either they may resolve the issue or suggest accordingly.
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Please approach the following authority or similar authority in a state


The Office Commissioner of Labour
Karmika Bhavan, Dairy Circle,
Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore-29.
080-29753078
[email protected]
Addresses of Labor Inspectors in Bengaluru in different locations
https://karmikaspandana ...ReadMore

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Deducting salary Deducting salary

Sir, I am working in a small printing company and I was getting 8000, if I don't go to work for 7 days, my salary will be cut for 15 days, is it ok, can the company do this? what should i do

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Posted 2 weeks ago


A. Dear Client
Employer can only deduct salary for 7 days not for 15 days as per employment rules.
Hope it helps.

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late working hours for women in delhi late working hours for women in delhi

can we ask women to work upto 8.00 pm

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Posted 3 weeks ago


A. Dear Client
It is provided under the Factories Act that a female can't be forced to work after 7 pm. If female works then she must be provided with drop facility, security and like facilities.
Hope it helps.

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Deducting money from our salary Deducting money from our salary

Sir, we are working in a private company(started 2years back) in tirunelveli. when a situation comes to pay for local panchayat union (they skipped for a long time) compulsory, our contract owner deci

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Sir,
Hire and fire is the formula being used by contract employers. If you raise your voice individually then you may lose your job. Better ask your employees union members to protest such deductions.

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company asking to work continuously 8 days(8hours shift) without off company asking to work continuously 8 days(8hours shift) without off

Sunday is the weekly off for us , due to heavy rain they announced Thursday as a holiday and compensate this leave to coming Sunday, so need work continuously 8 days, is they have a rights to do this

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear client,
If you are working for extra hours you can ask for incentives if not provided you can sue the company.

Hope it helps.

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Leave Travel Allowance on pro data basis in full and final settlement not paid . Leave Travel Allowance on pro data basis in full and final settlement not paid .

After leaving the company, Company refused to pay pro rated LTA as per CTC in full and final settlement. i would like to know any law for pro-rated Leave Travel Allowance shall be paid. company rep

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Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear client,
LTA can be claimed for travel fare or tickets within India only, expenses incurred for accommodation, or any other fee will not be eligible for exemption. An employee can produce his/her travel-related bills for the journey by air, train, bus, or any other mode of transport and save on taxable income.

Generally, LTA for a year is payable in the succeeding year. For claiming LTA the employee has to undertake travel with his family members (No specific guideline is available in my o ...ReadMore

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Weekly off or Continuous full month works Weekly off or Continuous full month works

Is any staff who does not come in Bihar Minimum wages can work on Sunday at regular basic-As per shops & establishment ACT Bihar & Rule?

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Posted 8 months ago


A. Dear Client
Every department in every state has the option of weekly off and in case you are not getting that then send a representation to your office and ask about it. Later depending on their response you can go to labour court.

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Leaves - Karnataka Shops and establishment act Leaves - Karnataka Shops and establishment act

1. In Karnataka Shops and establishment act, Act mentions that employees to get sick leave with wages for a period of "not more than 12 days". Does this means that employer can reduce sick leave below

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Posted 8 months ago


A. 1. Cannot reduce but need not increase leave below 12 days. So any leave above 12 days can be cut from employee payment.

2. Such things are decided in the policy of the establishment if any. If there is no policy then it will have to be communicated to employee vide his employment agreement. You cannot decided terms on voluntary basis otherwise it will lead to unnecessary disputes with employees affecting the goodwill of the establishment in the long run.

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Notice period enquiry Notice period enquiry

My employment appointment letter does not capture information regarding serving Notice period, however, it does capture info on "Notice of Termination by either parties" phrase. I have been informed l

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Posted 10 months ago


A. Dear Client,

As per the facts which have been provided, if nothing regarding notice period has been mentioned in the employment appointment letter and employment agreement then the company cannot force for serving a notice period of 60 days. However, you can provide full details to an Advocate for consultation.

Hope this clarifies your query and requirement.

Thank you.

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Company requires me to complete 3 months notice period Company requires me to complete 3 months notice period

My company requires me to complete 3 months notice period...my job includes a lot of stress and due to health issues I am unable to complete the last 13 days of the same...I spoke with hr and they sai

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Posted 11 months ago


A. Dear Client
Terms and clauses of a company differs/varies from company to company which must be signed by employer while joining the company, and the employer must abide by it, else it would be considered as breach.
You approach a lawyer for better guidance in such a scenario.
Thanks
Regards

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