Madhu.T.K
Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
Mantu71
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Hi
I am working in a manufacturing company as personnel manager.In a labour court case our advocate advise us to give witness on behalf of management and accordingly myself and Personnel officer sign the paper and after that we may attend in court in december 08.So I need advice from all of you suppose i will join somewhere else during the case period then what will happen .Kindly advise
Mantu72

From India, Calcutta
In such legal proceedings you are appearing as Personnel Manager/ Officer of the company and not in your personal status. On your resignation, the successor can appear on behalf of the company and on your behalf after filing necessary revision in the vakalat. In case, your name has been taken as witness, you have to attend the proceedings. Normally, on the day of sitting, you can take leave from the present organisation and appear for the case. I don't think that any employer will refuse such leave request.
Regards,
Madhu.T.K

From India, Kannur
Hi,
I was an employee of an IT-telecom company which got shutdown last month.The owner hasn't paid us(15-20 employees) past 3months salary.Which comes around 4-5 lakhs.The owner had provided a written promise that he will pay the 1 month salary around 1lakh by 15th of this month anyhow and remaining by 30th.Even he had given us post dated cheque of his personal account.He said that offical account will get closed by next day, they can't show flow of transaction in that.
The person is not anymore responding to our calls also.We are nowhere or could say lost because every employees around 20-25 k is in water.If we will go to labour court how much will it charge and in how many time we will get resolution.
Looking for very serious and early guidance.
Regards
Pushpa Phartiyal

From India, Delhi
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