F&F Not Paid By My Prvious Company Almost From Last 1.6years - CiteHR
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I am working with company called Cinemax & the same company merged with the PVR goroup form Jan-2013, since then the the issue started to F&F settlment since then very marginally F&F are settled for those employees are absocnded from the employemnt & pending for employee served the proper notice period & more over no proper information we are geeting as the employees are keep on changing in HO Mumbai & Delhi.
2.I have worked as a HR executive in smae compny and left the comapny in Jan-2014 with the proper notice period as per appointment letter 1 month but i servred 3 months till new person joines,but they have kept on holded my salary for Dec-2013 full month & Jan- 14 upto 18 days ,still my F&F is not received and there is no proper information about when i will receive my F&F even after marking a mail to VP HR of the comapny.
Hence Can i make PIL in the local court in ths regard,
Kindly Help me.
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Dear Disa: You are not clear in your communication. You have not revealed whether you have been issued a relieving order on your resignation or left out your employment abruptly. In the event of your proper relieving from the employer, you may write a letter in represenation of asking your F&F and send it to the employer in RPAD. In the said letter you may have a mention that the F&F is not received by you within the stipulated time, you will be in force to take a legal action against the erring employer in non-settlement of F&F. Even after you are not in receipt of any suitable reply, you may please approach a legal expert to send a legal notice and also for further action. This is my suggestion. You may also have a better suggestion than this.
Thanks & regards,
V Sridharan
Madurai
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