Kulvir
Hr Manager
Gaggan_sahni
Hr Manager
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Dear Seniors,
I am working for a Pharma company. Due to some un avoidable issues with my boss, i really want to leave this job.
And i am sure if i'll leave the company he will surely hold my salary and pf.
And my pf accumalation is of quite good amount.
I just want to know, if my employer don't sign my pf forms, is there any other way i can claim it?
An employee don't have any right to claim for his own money?

From India, Delhi
8 views no reply.... Isn’t there any way innocent employees can claim their PF. No law in favour of employees????
From India, Delhi
Relax ...even ppl dont bother to answer my questions..would appreciate if you can have a look at them....in my name as given above..now ur answer
YES THERE IS A WAY..AS PER LAW NO ORGANISATION CAN HOLD AN EMPLOYEES PF ...IF YOU COME TO KNOW THAT THEY ARE INTENTIONALLY DOING IT REPORT THE MATTER TO THE LABOUR COURT OR TO THE PF AUTHORITIES REGARDING THE IRREGULATION OR FAILURE ON BEHALF OF THE COMPANIES TO THE LABOUR LAW....BUT PLS HAVE UR PF NUMBER READY WITH YOU OR AVAILABLE SO THAT YOU CAN INFORM THE CONCERNED ABOUT THE SAME.......

From United Kingdom
HI All,
I have the same doubt in the PF claim, what can the labour court or the PF claim office can do for the employee in order to help them.... What actions can the legal departments can take on the employer.
Regards,
Jaanu

From India, Madras
Hi All, I too have the same question, how can the legal department help the employee in getting the PF amount. What all the actions can the legal department take on the employer. Regards, Jaanu
From India, Madras
Hi All,
I too have the same question, how can the legal department help the employee in getting the PF amount. What all the actions can the legal department take on the employer.
Regards,
Jaanu:icon10:

From India, Madras
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