Rajeshreepjoshi
1
HR - Recruiter

Hi,
M working for a private company in Thane ,named Campus Recruitments,
our boss has not paid us the salary of 3 month salary, he has suffered some losses, what to do ?, trying to follow up with him, but he is avoiding please help
Regards,
Rajeshree

From India, Mumbai
So far you cant sue him at any possible way. If you have contacts then try for searching new opportunities and Job!!!
From India, Pune
Dear Ms. Rajeshree,
May we know some details about your employer before we give any insinuation to the circumstance.
- How many people are employed with the said employer?
- Is that you or all facing the similiar issue from the company?
- Why were you working for 3 months hence after no deliberate payment for couple of months consecutively (Has no one alarmed/ raised such unjust made)?
- Have you been given appointment letter at the time of joining?
- Any Bank a/c given in the name of the company?
- [he has suffered some losses] Business trouncing takes place every where... However, if your employer is still be able to run business without closureof the company, he has tendency to make F&F to the employees by releiving them further.
Clarify the above to understand the delineation approach for a better means to your query.

From India, Visakhapatnam
Dear Rajshree,
if you are not getting salary since last three months then how you are handling or managing your daily expense.
Try to search new job. Sharmila Das has given her suggestion also, if you have time and money you can do as per her advice also. It is depends on you.
With Best regards,
Meenu
9717891380

From India, New Delhi
NK SUNDARAM
530
International Corporate Trainer / HR (OD) Consultant

There are lot of such entrepreneurs who just opens the shop and start thinking about how to do business ?/ Unless there is sustained business development activity, needless to say, the business will be on the decline. As the owner, he should always be focussed on enhancing the business activities all the time. Once the focus is lost, the business will also nose-dive. My advice to entrepreneurs is always to have two or three connected or related business operations so that revenue will be coming from one or two of the operations to sustain survival !
Now coming to your issue, when your owner is not sure when he will be able to pay you, please make arrangements for getting an alternate job, in an established company, instead of an one-man show. Leave the present employer in an nice or amicable manner so that he responds to you at a later date for following up for your payments. Do not fight and leave. That is my suggestion. Leave at once after landing in a new job.
Best wishes

From India
Dear Rajeshree,
I am with all the suggestions given by all just find another good job and Leave the present employer in an nice way he responds to you at a later date for following up for your payments. Do not fight and leave.
regards,
arbaz khan

From India, Pune
SAIBHAKTA
104
Retired from Air India

Dear Rajasree,
I am working in a 'national' company of repute and getting salary two/three months late ! A part of salaray is not being paid since October'12 ! When Central Govt can act like this what to speak of your employer ?

From India, New Delhi
Rajeshreepjoshi
1
HR - Recruiter

Thanks Ms. Sharmila,
We are in camps Recruitment Biz, around 20 employees in thane office and 1 or two people in Delhi, Lucknow Baroda and some places, all emplyees are still working they got 1 months salry in the last week and waiting for 2 months salary,
he has not given us appointment letter,
Karnata bank ac has been opened,
what does F&F mean,
True m looking for a better opportunity now, but its difficult to run expenses and need salary
Regards,
Rajeshree .Joshi

From India, Mumbai
NK SUNDARAM
530
International Corporate Trainer / HR (OD) Consultant

I feel sorry for your plight.

Normally, when we join any job, we dont put conditions or expect any formalities such as appointment letters or any documentation, in our desperation. Small time operators, do not even know what is an appointment letter. It will be like working for a Kirana merchant or Lala ka dukhan !

Problems arise when the first salary is missed or delayed. Unless there is steady flow of business and revenue out of such business, employer's coffers will remain empty.

No use just opening a business, unless there is strong business sense and sustained business development and growth. Further, there should be two or three related businesses going on simultaneously so that revenue flow into the company can take place, even if there is fluctuation in business due to various reasons.

In your situation, you people can ask your employer nicely how consistent his payments are going to be in future. Explain your problems and make him understand the ground realities. If he is evasive and avoiding you, better to simultaneously look for another job and move over.

Best wishes

From India
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