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I had worked with a captive unit for 40 days(probation period)and left the job without intimation.Now I am getting this company postal mails on my address stating that rs 50,000 is recoverable from me as full and final settlement and if I fail to submit the amount company will take legal steps against me. I am very confused and tensed as what should be done. Please Advice.
19th May 2014 From India, Delhi
Dear Romana,
First of all dont be panic...
Recovery can be done in two case, 1st is may be you full & Final settlement amount is coming as payable, its comes as recoverable &
2nd is there may be bond or any condition signed by you during your employment may be through your appointment letter that, if you leave the company by authorisedly, then you need to pay the certain amoun to comapany as compensation.
So, first, lets take details of your Full & Final settlement OR as for brifurcation of said amount & ask that, how come this amount is occure..?
If any of above is correct & company followd all rules, then you have to pay the same.
20th May 2014 From India, Mumbai
Hi,
Thanks for the reply tushar.
Yes, thats Full and Final payment as per company letter which has to be payed by me. As I sent my resignation on very next day of leaving to company HR by my personal Email ID. Now after 6 months they are sending me these recovery letter. I don`t wanna pay this amount. what could be the way out?
21st May 2014 From India, Delhi
Dear roaman, If your full & Final settlement is done lawfully, then there is not option escape from this. You should have think before any action..
21st May 2014 From India, Mumbai
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