notice period notice period

Hi In my company 3 month of notice period, one month buyout option . I am ready to serve 2 month and one month buyout option. But my manager is deny .He force me to serve 3 month notice period.

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Posted 9 months ago


A. Refer your appointment letter and go accordingly with your HR department.

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BENEFITS BENEFITS

I AM WORKING IN A COMPANY MORE THAN 15 YEARS, NOW I WANT TO RELEIVE THEY REFUSING TO GIVE GRADUITY ANY BENEFITS TO ME , WHAT I CAN DO

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Posted 10 months ago


A. Hi,
You can raise a claim either in labour Court, or file a civil suit for damages on the grounds of breach of contract. You will be able to recover whatever amount you are owed through the Court's decree.
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Corrupt presiding officer Corrupt presiding officer

How to proceed further if we have solid evidence as such presiding officer is completely corrupt and passing orders completely favouring Other side and utter disregard of facts and evidences?

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Posted 10 months ago


A. Presiding officer is not the most high authority.Please give a complaint against him if you have solid evidences to his higher authority.First enquire who is he reporting to and give complaint there if it is not working out please approach court for Justice

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Interim relief in labour court Interim relief in labour court

Can application be filled under section 10(4) for interim relief with main dispute going under section 11a?

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Posted 10 months ago


A. Hi,
Yes, you can claim interim relief.
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Declaration of incorrect marital status- invalidation of ALL nominations by TCS Declaration of incorrect marital status- invalidation of ALL nominations by TCS

My 39 year old brother died of cardiac arrest and he was employed with TCS in Mumbai. He was having a bad marriage, harassment by his wife and had filed for a divorce petition which was active while h

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Posted 11 months ago


A. Nominee can get benefits if there is no other Legal heir. In present case Nominee and the legal heir is the same ie. Father of the deceased. He will get his share with other Legal heirs like wife and kids.

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Hearing on notice in 11a Hearing on notice in 11a

Is hearing on notice possible in labour court under section 11a? It is only for section 10a right?

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Posted 11 months ago


A. Hi,
Notice is an essential part of any legal process. As such, notice can be issued under Section 11A and other sections, it is not limited to Section 10A.
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Costs in labour court Costs in labour court

Can interim order passed with costs in labour court? Can one party(say petitioner) insist the court on putting costs if such situations arise?

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Posted 11 months ago


A. Hi,
Then petitioner can make such requests, but the Judge has powers to grant or reject it.
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Interim relief in labour court Interim relief in labour court

1) How interim relief work in labour court? 2)can we ask for it at any stage during trial? 3)Is there any separate section for it?

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Posted 11 months ago


A. Hi,
1. Yes, you can request interim relief.
2. Yes, you can.
3. This power is inherently granted to all Labour Courts under the Industrial Disputes Act.
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REINSTATEMENT & RESIGNATIION REINSTATEMENT & RESIGNATIION

ON REINSTATEMENT ALL EARLIER RESIGNATION/OFFER TO RESIGN BECOMES NULL AND VOID. ONE CAN NOT BE REILEVED ASFTEr REINSTATEMENT WITHOUT FRESH RESIGNATION SUBMITTED AFTER REINSTATEMENT ONLY

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Posted 11 months ago


A. Hi,
The normal practice is for a fresh resignation to be issued in case the re-employee wishes to leave. However, this would depend on the terms of the contract.
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Can a private company out an employee salary on hold whenever they want? Can a private company out an employee salary on hold whenever they want?

Hi, I am working in a private company which is located in Hyderabad. However, due to the pandemic, I was working from home. My employer asked me to resume work from office to which I agreed but asked

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Posted 1 year ago


A. Hi,
Initially, you may visit the company and seek clarifications regarding the same.
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