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well it seems you forget to speak to the RPFC or Labour Officer as suggested above. You were advised to make a written complain against your employer and need to speak to them directly if you are not getting proper response from HR (Your Employer)....
What you did?

From India, Gurgaon
I have been trying to contact the chennai Labour officer but I'm not able to get a appointment till now.I have sent an email explaining all the things that have happend.I got the email address from Tamilnadu site...
From United States, Littleton
You dont need to ask them for an appointment or using email communication. You need to visit your Local Authority directly once if you wanna early and appropriate action. I wont say that you cant get any response of your email but it will take time and as your massages is showing you need it in a quick response. Hope you are getting my point.
From India, Gurgaon
My Dear Friend, where does the RPFC figure in? This matter is best addressed between the concerned parties in an intelligent, amicable manner. Vasant Nair
From India, Mumbai
Mr. Nair i appreciate you answer but it seems you have skipped something to read. In his anwser, Party No. 1-Dinssss, has tried alot to speak to his HR and his manager and superior (Party No. 2) but didnt get any specific solution (both the parties has done their job with no solution).
Do you really think that he still can get any specific solution of his problem by discussing and just requesting with them?? If you have any thing, any solution, please advise, we'll be really grateful to you..

From India, Gurgaon
Dear Don't wait for the appointment just go to Local Labour Office and tell them the situation. The reason of termination is absurd and hence illegal. You have to proactively take this matter up before the labour commissioner. They cannot ask you to resign nor can terminate you on this ground. I would suggest that do not tender the resignation and take up this matter legally before the labour court.
Call me in case of any doubt.

From India, New Delhi
Hi All,
I followed all the advice's from Cite HR like sending Registered post,given a complaint in Labour office but till now I didn't get any updates from the company.Without this letters I'm not able to join any companies.Can some one pls advice?
Thanks

From United States, Littleton
Dear Friend,
Please go to Labour Office and do rigorous followup with Labour inspector and if they do not take any action on your complaint within 45 days or you do not get the resolution of your problem with in 45 days, you can directly approach to the Labour Court under section 2A of ID Act and get the notice issued from court itself. Under this section you can approach Labour Court very easily.
Best of Luck.

From India, New Delhi
Hi All,
Today I met Deputy commissioner of Labour and he advised me to talk with HR since the company is not willing to give the necessary letters since my BG is red.I'm really frustrated since I have been struggling to get the letter.Can some one give me advice me what to do next?Its been almost 4 months now..
Thanks

From United States, Littleton
Sorry Friend for responding late,
You should go to labour court and find a good Lawyer to represent yourself. Your case is very good they cannot terminate you on the such bases. Please also attach all your correspondences with labour office in this regard while approaching Labour Court. they will have to pay you compensation for the hardship caused to you.

From India, New Delhi

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