1. a formal letter of appointment would be required to carryout the job
2. the job requires to sign the various document and hence it is appropriate to have some authority document i.e. letter of appointment.
3. salary issues shall be resolved as soon as possible.
4. If the management found so difficult to pay the salary and issue the letter of appointment; it is appropriate to leave the organisation.
I had coordinated the salary matter to the Consultant(CA) of the Company, wherein he resolved the matter by discussing the same with MD for the last month. But is silent for issuing salary slip.
But till date the Company has not issued me the appointment letter.
Thus i intent to make a letter to the Company that i wish to continue with the Company as Consultant for the Company matter and not as employee and that the Company shall pay me retainer fees for the same.
Kindly advise me.
Thanks and regards - kameswarao
It appears from your communication with the company that they are not professional in working neither willing to do so. The conditions are not good to work with them professionally. This is upto you to continue with them or left the organisation.
The consultant of the company belongs to the financial stream and lacks the exposure of basic laws at work.
In all it's a lala style company; they can say to you but will not give you in written, unpredictable to fulfill the promise.
They want the CS just to comply with Co's Act but actual invlovment they are silent thats the reason i was thinking for providing Consultancy services as i think as professional am i doing justice to what i am actual doing.
I have a similar case in my company. I have been trying to get our HR to issue me an appointment letter, a job description, etc, since I was only verbally "transferred" as a trainer.
Whatever your decision is, whether to stay or not, make sure that you have made your complaint (or whatever you may call it) clearly to them IN WRITING through email or in print
and make sure it has a "RECEIVED" stamp on it. This will serve as your evidence when litigation becomes necessary.
This compnay is not worth pursuing. Do not even have an idea of associating with this company as consultant too. After your consultancy job, if they do not pay you the "consultancy charges", again you are going to talk to your MD or the other person, is it?
Secondly, I do not believe in keeping some evidence, having a letter with "received" stamp on it, etc. What is the intention? you want to go to court and file a suit against the employer, is it? Our time is precious. You have only two options; whether to continue or quit. If you want to continue, just accept whatever is happening to you. If you want to quit, decide quickly. You choose what is best for you.