Dear Smita
Employee is a vehicle and Boss is a driver.
When we go to - buy a vehicle / hire an employee.
We checked all then buy / we interviewed and recruit.
After buying vehicle / recruiting employee.
To run the vehicle / take job from the employee.
The whole responsibility is of driver / Boss.
Regards
Mrityunjay Singh

From India, Delhi
Hi smita,
I am also reflecting the same of all. No management cannot stop or hold the salary of a employee, especially to a resigned person. If the management prove that due to his work if there is any production loss, and schedule delay can take action on him. But once he resigned his job, his salary has to be settled. On my point of view if the reason shows not performing well, the main reason is his superior. We have to make them to perform properly.
With regds,
flyingstarter

From India, Madras
Hi
It's amazing that we are all commenting on smita's query, asking for clarification, however, I see that smite has not bothered to clarify or comment. Or to provide details that we have asked. I am wondering if this was a serious query in the first place then.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Saswata Nanerjee,
I am still desperately waiting for smita to post her reply but she is least bothered to say anything.
I strongly suggest TWO WAY COMMUNICATION.
Off late i had understood that, to get familiar people are posting fake queries. Its really strange thing for all of us.
with profound regards
khadir

From India, Chennai
Dear HR Professionals, I need your advice in a similar situation, One of the employees came out of the project and he is on bench from 18th November 2021. As the employee's CTC is too high & until next project is assigned to him we won't be able to pay & have to keep him on LOP till next project is assigned, we tried to deploy him to other projects but he didn't crack the interviews. Please suggest what is the right thing to do?
From India, Pune

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