Monica_p
Consultant
Srikshek
Manager - Payroll

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i Have worked for LLP firm from jan-13 to Jun-14, they have deducted my CTC part of Variable pay for the financial year 13-14, they have not paid in my fnf(as per norms i have worked for full financial year with no performance issue) and not even done any pms activity with employees. they have closed by themselves. now i have resigned, please guide what can be done to get my variable pay.
Thanks
A Sharma

Hi,
Please check the HR policy if they have mentioned anything about variable salary.
Many companies has this policy that "If an employee is not a part of the organisation when they are releasing the variable pay than employee will not be eligible for the same"

Hi Monica, I have checked that this company dont have any such policy as of now. Regards A Sharma
Please talk to your HR in this case. If nothing is mentioned then there should not be any problem.
I have already requested but they are not answering, they said they are doing my fnf before the Disbursement of Variable Pay for the last year. we cannot do anything. Can i take any Legal action against them.
regards
A Sharma

Dear Mr.Sharma,
Please check your appointmenr order / contract. In case they have specified any condition for disbursement of Variable pay and you have fulfilled all your requirements you may still try legally. I would able to suggest you better if you can share the specific clause on this payment.

Dear sir
first, please check the clause of your appointment letter/service agreement about paying Variable pay and then go ahead.
if possible, once again more discuss to HR.
if they are not to pay then knock the door of legal dept.

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