how to calculate the back SALARIES one person won the case in labour court labour court ordered to to EMPLOYER TO pay the SALARY TO EMPLOYEE to him for the last ten years Shorted SALARY with 10% interest how to calculate SALARIES in this case formula
his actual salry is 8500 as appointment letter
BUT EMPLOYER PAID ONLY 6000
16th April 2012 From India, Hyderabad
Dear Mahesh
The back wages need to be computed in terms of the court's order. If the order specifies the allownces to be included or to be exluded in computing back wages, it needs to be computed in terms of such order.If the court order merely directs the employer to pay back wages for the period of unemployment, it plainly means, he should have been paid all those allowances, which he would have earned, had he been inservice.Since you have not specified the reason as to how the employer paid the employee only Rs.6000/-instead of Rs.85000/- it will be difficult to comment on it.
B.Saikumar
HR & Labour law advisor
Mumbai
16th April 2012 From India, Mumbai
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