From "aparajita.mahapatra" : I was working with Standard Chartered Bank. My bank account was with the same bank. when I left the company i did not serve the 3 months notice period. When the pf was calculated and deposited in my SCB account, they utilised the whole amount towards adjusting my entire full and final settlement. Is it the norm?
18th February 2010 From India, Calcutta

deenuram 6
Dear Aparajita,
No one can use your PF money you served the notice period or not that is immaterial. what are all the deduction made during your tenure they would have deposited to PF authorities. when you resign from the company you can apply Form 19 & 10c to withdraw you PF amount with the interest. or you can transfer your amount to existing company
18th February 2010 From India, Madras
najmuddeen poolakkalodi 12
This is not the norm .... They should have got permission from you before using your PF money for settlement of your not serving notice period.You can go to the authorities or labor court to take penal actions against them.But your not serving the notice period was not a good thing anyway.
20th February 2010 From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Neer300182 59
Dear Aparajitha,

Greetings for the day :)

As per Law, Employer has no right to hold your PF payment against your Full & Final Settlement and also cant stop your PF legally.
Could you please breifly explain me the situation which you were facing so that i can help you accordingly

In case of clarification/ suggestion feel free to contact undersigned


20th February 2010 From India, New Delhi
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