Job leaving with or without prior notice - final settlement

pubalibaruah00 Started The Discussion:

what will be the legal actions can be taken when employees leave a Pvt. Company job without any prior notice?

meetu.4ever -  Member Since: Sep 2010
depends on ur policy and appointment letter terms and condition that u discussed with employee’s on the time of joining. meetu

rahul2651 -  Member Since: Jun 2011
If he is not serving the notice period, you can recover the notice pay from him. If he refuses, you can adjust the same as part of his full & final settlement i.e against his salary for the last month and other dues, if any. However, please note that you should not adjust it against his statutory dues like PF, gratuity etc, in case he is eligible for it.

Hope this would help you.

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Rahul Ambavkar
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pubalibaruah00 -  Member Since: Sep 2011
Dear all

Thanks a lot for your suggestions.
Actually I am an employee of a Pvt. Company, deals with various constructions of building under ONGC, OIL, etc. I am working here from last 3 months. Now I am planning to leave this job because of my personal reasons. But as per Company's previous records, our CMD did accept any prior notice or resignation letter whether it is valid or not. Please help me out on this matter.



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