S.Chandrasekar
Hr-manager, Trainer, Writer
Anil Parmar
Personnel Side
Malikjs
Gm (hr)
Anuj Trivedi
Hr & Admin
Shailu17
Trainer
Pawan0071
Engineer
Shettro
Executive Service Engineer
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Thread Started by #shailu17

Hi,
Its been 3 and half months now that i quit my job and till date i did not get my full and final settlement, I sent them mails, spoke to the concerned representative, met the representative personally too. when nothign was happening, I spoke to the AVP of the department but still my settlemet is not done. I did not get my releiving letter as it is given with the full and final settlement.
As per the policy the HR department mentioned that it will take max 45 days for the full and final settlement.
I want to know if I can sue the company for the delay.
Regards,
Shailaja
27th September 2008 From India, Secunderabad
dear shailaja
we dont know what poosition u were working because the solution is very easy under payment of wages act where you can claim 10 times for delayed paymednt and your matter can be sorted out within very less time with labour dept but however u can suit a file in civil court where process is little lengthy.
we can guide u, provided u tell us your nature of work and designation.
tks
j s malik
28th September 2008 From India, Delhi
HI,
I was working with a BPO, Countrywide Financial Corporation which is now taken over by Bank Of America. I was a sr Trainer (voice and accent). I did serve my notice period as mentioned by the AVP (Training).
Regards,
Shailaja Yedla
28th September 2008 From India, Secunderabad
dear
tks for giving information.dear your remeady is not under payment of wages act.you serve them legal notice through advocate,sometimes they will make payment with that notice only because companies donot want legal problems.than u can file a civil suit.
tks
j s malik
28th September 2008 From India, Delhi
Dear Hrs,

I have some doubts from the last job recently where I resgined

Here are the details :

Company : Syntel Chennai branch
Notice period : Three months
They released me on : 13 days before of my three months notice.
When I asked them about my salary HR told me that I will get the salary till my last date(i.e., when I was released , not the actual last working day) But I told them that I am ready to serve till the last working day.But they did not accept as they loose the billability of the client,they decided to release me on their decided date.(Intially I asked them to release one week before then they told me that , it is not possible and you must serve three months notice period)

So Do I lost my salary for 13 days.(date released on :26th sept,Actual Release date : 8th Oct)

And one more thing is :In F&F statement, they mentioned the deductions for those 13 days (the duration between sept 26th and 8th OCt are deducted from my leaves)

And they told me that we will not pay for these days because I am leaving before the end date, so they are deducting the days from my leaves.

The other thing is : Syntel is going to pay 25% of variable compensation for the emloyees who are on the pay roll of syntel till september month.As my last date is on 26th Sept, I lost that also. My variable pay is 108000 per annum, and 25% means atleast I will get 15 - 20 thousand rupees)

is there any way I can settle this matter with syntel. I wrote a mail to all HR's of syntel and global HR manager also.But there is no reply. When I called them over the phone they are recklessly saying that we are not going to pay , Do what ever you can do?

So I want to proceed leagally on this matter to settle and filing a cheating case against syntel and on global manager.

can I proceed like this?
Does this affect my future career in any manner?
is there any way that I can settle without proceeding legally.

Could you guys please suggest /guide me on this .

Thanks a lot in advance,
corporatepractice
28th September 2008 From India, Pune
It is all with the HR practice that is followed in every company. To the maximum, HR has to clear off the settlement within two weeks. I don't know why such unwanted delays and procrastination is followed.
This is suppose to be a smooth process. By torturing the employee, this is also a moment to prove to the company that HR is strict and have powers...hahah.. If HR Manager is upright, ethical and does not fall into the hands of other pollutant managers, then HR practices are just wheels with good lubricant to roll on without... screechhhh... The process cycle has to go on without intervention.
Regards,
Chandru
Manager-HR
Chennai
29th September 2008 From India, Madras
Hi Corporatepractise
They should not deduct leaves though yeah they need not pay for the early release. But regarding other things like unnecessary delay in paying off the settlement and all the other things actually you can apporach the labour officer under whose jurisdiction your company falls and have a talk with him/her explaining matters sometimes an interest in such issues by the labor officer is enough to get things done. A friend of mine tried this out and it worked for him.
Otherwise I think the best is to get an advocate who deals with such maters to issue a notice. But I have heard and noticed that a lot of companies have the same practise of not paying incentives for employees who do not continue in the same firm.
All the best
Nancy
29th September 2008 From India, Bangalore
Hi
I have gone through the above matter and in my opininon its a wrong practice to make delay in F&F settlement.But if they had released you before completing your notice period they may not pay you for those days you didnt worked .Legally they are correct.My suggestion is to consult with an advocate who is dealing in these type of issues.They will provide you the right way.
29th September 2008 From India, Delhi
Hi,
As suggested before you can approach Advocate. But before that in my opinion you just send registered A.D. to HR Department for settlement. Wait for reply for 15 days if reply does not come then only you can take help of Advocate.
You can also send e-mail to HR dept as well as cc to Unit Head (AVP). I think It will workout.
Regards,
Anuj
29th September 2008 From India, Lucknow
Dear Sir,

I have some doubts from the last job recently where I resgined

Here are the details :

Company : Panacea Biotec Ltd
Notice period : Three months
They revealed me on : 68 days before of my three months notice.They Give me full and final pay after deducting 68 days complete salary instead of basic salary. As per the appointment letter statement are like that "Three month notice period or three month salary".

I want to know what is the meaning of salary is it Basic salary or complete salary with allowances. If salary means Basic salary should i legally fight against the company.

Could you guys please suggest /guide me on this .

Thanks a lot in advance,
Anil Parmar

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17th October 2008 From India, Chandigarh
Hi,
I have recently quit a company after serving a notice for 15 days out of 60 days.In my resignation mail to my manager I requested him to consider waiving off the notice and to relieve me after a 1 month noticed.How ever they have released me after just serving 15 days notice and on my last working day HR told may there would not be any deductions from my FFS as company itself is relieving me earlier.Now,after 60 days when I write my previous employer mail requesting them status of my FFS.
They mailed me that they have withheld about 16,000/- from my FFS and I still need to pay 15,000/- for not serving 40 days notice.
How should I proceed?
I was a software Engineer from hyderabad.
Regards,
Prasanth.
20th April 2009 From India, Pune
Dear Sir/Madam,
Sub : Clarification for not getting my Allowances from the previous Employer.
Im Renjith Worked for a private MAN POWER Consultant in Chennai as an Sr Hr Executive for 1.5 Yrs and the company themselfs had closed their sevice and had asked me to relieve myself from the concern and i had my Petrol allowance & Phone allowance pending for the past 1 1/2 years and the company had closed on feb 2012 and they are not ready to settle my allowance along with the other settlements apart from the petrol and phone allowance i got my settelement
there was no written statement for the claims to be claimed monthly .now the employer tells me that it has to be claimed monthly basis and they cant settle my Petrol and Phone allowance now.
Kindly Advice me for the best
Thanks & Regards
Renjith Raveendran
21st July 2012 From India, Bangalore
Dear Sir,

I have some doubts from the last job recently where I resgined

Here are the details :

Company : Segreto Technologies pvt ltd,pune

Notice period : 45 Days

They revealed me on : 40 days before notice period,as HR head proactively asked me to resign from organization and he will complete my Fnf procedure within 10 days(I have Email confirmation form HR about this communication), I have got post dated cheques one is of 5th Dec 2012 and other is of 22nd Dec 2012.

also HR I haven't signed ant FNF clearance letter ,I have just signed Experience letter recieved letter.

HR didn't paid me one month salary,as he said you were not in office, but actually I was working for data entry project as Shift Incharge and project was closed because of pending invoice issue, so they asked me to be with organization and he will shift me to other location as Project co-ordinator and will pay the salary of those days for which I am not in office during this period, now he didnt paid me the sallary for those days ,I waited for one month as he(HR) commited me to do so, otherwise I have joined another organization.

This is totally rediculous situation and I want to sue my previous organization, as I still not recived my last 3 months salary,

I have email confirmation from Hr that he will complete my Fnf formalities on 30th Nov 2012.

But now I have get post dated cheques .

Could you guys please suggest /guide me on this .

Please find attachment for E-mail communication between HR and Me.



Thanks a lot in advance,

Sameer Tamboli,
30th November 2012 From India, Mumbai
Dear Sir / Ma'm,
Thanks for sharing the above information.
I am trying to find out the exact rules of maximum time delay allowed to Pvt. Ltd. I.T. services firm for full and final settlement of a separated employee.
I got released on 28th May 2013 and still (after more than last 2 months) my F&F (in terms of experience letter and 1 month salary) is not yet done by the organisation although there are absolutely no dues from my side towards the organisation. HR is trying to postpone it with many irrelevant reasons. I think generally it should not take more than 30-45 days after separation.
Can you please guide me on this as how shall I handle the current situation and get my F&F done as early as possible?
Your advice would really be helpful for me.
Thanks & Regards,
Abhay V.
6th August 2013 From India, Mumbai
Hi,
I was working in a company A which got aquired by company B.
During this process I resigned.
They told me that your F&F will be processed within 1 month from your last working day.
But it is almost 2 months still didn't recieve any update.
I requested to clear it through mail but They said it will take some time.
I don't want o wait more.
What is the procedure I should follow?
Regards,
Pawan
7th November 2013 From India, Mangalore
Hello,
I was working as a service engineer to an MNC and I have resigned as per company demands due to recession and also served one month notice period but after receiving my relieving letter and after getting clearance of all the dues I have not received my F&F payment and the company is not responding to my calls. They had told me that they will be clearing the amount withing a day or so. But now that are saying that there is slight change in the name of the company hence the delay whereas they have held my last month salary too. Kindly advice as IU need urgent help
3rd August 2016 From India, Thane
#Anonymous
i had issued offer cum appointment letter to one of employee . employee is also undergone for the rraining of a week . But employee did not turn up for joining formalities . after 3-4 months has sent a mail claiming the wages for those 3-4 months & of further notice periof od 90 days too. in such circumstances what should be legal clutch on that employee
5th June 2017 From India, Chandigarh
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