icon Contract completed - Still notice was pay recovered

I was working with Flipkart on a Contract and I left Flipkart as my contract was ended with the approval of my reporting manager, who did not informed me about any deductions or notice period, while


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Resigning per the offer letter terms concludes the employee-employer relationship after the notice period. Refer to the employment contract for governing conditions; breaching terms may lead to legal repercussions. If the contract specifies a notice period, resigning without serving it may result in the company claiming one month's salary. Address breaches through mutual resolution or negotiation. While approaching the Labor Commissioner for settlement is an option, acceptance dep ...ReadMore

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icon Company asking for money under Laptop deduction

My company is asking me to pay Rs 70000 for laptop under 'asset on hold 'category in F&F settlement. The thing is I do not possess any company laptop. I had kept the laptop in the company drawer befor


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In such a situation, it's essential to maintain clear communication with your company and follow a systematic approach. Firstly, gather all relevant documents, including the clearance mail from the asset department confirming the recovery of company assets. Document any correspondence or communication regarding the laptop issue. Engage with your HR department or the concerned authority to explain the circumstances and provide them with the evidence of asset recovery.
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The contents of your query/question require more information to address the query. However, based on the title and insufficient details of the query, it is to inform you that on cessation of employment either through resignation or termination other than disciplinary action, an employer cannot withhold F & F Settlement dues of an ex-employee which is termed as unfair labour practice. In the given situation, if you are a workman as defined under Sec.2(s) of the Act. then, serving a ...ReadMore

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Getting rejected from many companies after selected due to dual employment in my previous history. Shall I get any job opportunity because my most recent company B showing 2 months after joined in Com

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2 months ago


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The Factories Act, 1948 and the Industrial Employment (Standing Order) Rules, 1946, prohibit adult workers from engaging in dual employment. Further, rules related to dual employment have been captured under State-specific labour laws. It is not illegal however both companies should not have the clause “cannot take up work full time in some other company” Then the issue will arise when TDS is being filed by both employers will come to know and consequently you may lose both job ...ReadMore

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icon Holding experience letter & sudden termination even explained my parents health

First of all, thanks for the response. I'm under a 3 years bond of an IT organization and currently working WFH. also they trained me first 4 months. Both of my parents were severe heart patients, c

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4 months ago


A. Dear Client,
If an employee has an employment contract/bond, whether written or oral, express or implied, that contract may limit the employer's ability to terminate the employee. If an employment contract exists, an employer must treat the employee fairly and fire the employee only for "good cause." Regardless of what type of contract an employer has with the employee, that contract will obligate an employer to treat an employee fairly. This obligation is called the covenant of good faith and ...ReadMore

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icon Not giving my experience letter, relieving certificate, holding my salary

I'm under a bond in an IT organization, the HR refused me to provide me experience certificate, last month salary, and suddenly terminated me. because, i requested for a two days leave due to MBA exa

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4 months ago


A. Dear Client,
If an employee has an employment contract/bond, whether written or oral, express or implied, that contract may limit the employer's ability to terminate the employee. If an employment contract exists, you must treat the employee fairly and fire the employee only for "good cause." Regardless of what type of contract an employer has with the employee, that contract will obligate an employer to treat an employee fairly. This obligation is called the covenant of good faith and fair deal ...ReadMore

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icon The company has taken my original documents

I have worked in a company for 3 months but now I don't want to continue in the same company.but the company is not giving my original documents and saying that if you want documents then pay the full

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4 months ago


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Communicate Clearly: Express your concerns to the company in writing, stating that withholding your original documents is illegal and demanding immediate release of the documents without any conditions.

Seek Legal Advice: If the company continues to withhold your documents, you may want to consult a labor lawyer or legal advisor who can guide you on the appropriate legal steps to take. They can help you understand your rights and how to proceed further in this matter.

File a Complaint: If ...ReadMore

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icon What Can I do if I terminated through PIP

Sep 1st my HR and manager kept me under PIP, and they said If I fail in PIP, 28th September is the last day to resign, will it affect my future? Will experience/termination letter be given?

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5 months ago


A. Dear Client,
If you fail the PIP and resign on or before the given date, it may affect your future job prospects. However, if you resign before the termination, you may be able to negotiate the terms of your exit and obtain a relieving order and an experience letter

You pass the PIP and your productivity is unaffected.
You pass the PIP but are less effective than before.
The PIP causes you to "come to Jesus," and you are more effective than before.
You fail the PIP, and you are fired.
You resig ...ReadMore

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Issue of not getting notice period, improper experience letter, further issues in joining other companies ,some kind of pre-planned torture .i need solution for all

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5 months ago


A. Dear Sir,

Please approach the following authority or similar authority in a state

The Office Commissioner of Labour
Section 12 in The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947
12. Duties of conciliation officers.- (relevant section 12(2) of ID Act)

(1) Where any industrial dispute exists or is apprehended, the conciliation officer may, or where the dispute relates to a public utility service and a notice under section 22 has been given, shall hold conciliation proceedings in the prescribed manner.

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icon Non payment of dues

My last working day was 4 Sept 2023 and I was issue relieving letter and our salary gets credited on the 7th of every month. My salary hasn't been credited and my manager is saying it will credit with

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5 months ago


A. Dear Client,
Employment laws and practices can vary by jurisdiction, and it's essential to consult with a legal professional for advice specific to your circumstances. That said, here are some general points to consider:

Contractual Terms: Review your employment contract and any company policies that were in effect during your employment. These documents may outline the terms and conditions of your employment, including the notice period, final settlement, and payment timelines upon resignation ...ReadMore

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