Saswatabanerjee
Partner - Risk Management
Anuragsr2000
Hr Profestional
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Hello sir,
One of my friend is working in an IT company as a Jr. Developer.The problem is that from couple of months they are not paying salary.And one day when she said that i want to leave the company then after some day they transfer her salary.But this kind of behavior she faced every time so now she don't want to work with this company.
And they still don't provide her joining letter also,but she signed a document at the joining time which is on a simple paper written with one year bond. And also she submitted a 10,000 rs DD to this firm.
So my question is that Is she able to resigned from this company and how...?
Please reply ASAP.
Thank you in advance.

From India, New Delhi
Dear Mr. Sunil,
If appointment letter is not signed it is not difficult to resigned from that company because technically yours friend is not an employee of that company**, but as per information provided by you company is not look alike professional one so if yours friend resigned that company probably refuse to give reliving letter and Rs. 10000.
It is my suggestion talk to reporting boss and convince him that he help her to get a respected full separation.
Note- I am assuming that she did not signed PF or ESIC document **
Regards
Anurag

From India, Hyderabad
No, there is no document signed for PF or ESIC. Actually there is no facility like this.
From India, New Delhi
She has given a DD . Or a cheque ?
If it is DD, then the money is lost.
If it is a cheque, you can give stop payment order.
The bond is meaningless in a situation where employer failed to pay salary regularly and on time. There is no reason to even look at the validity of the bond

From India, Mumbai
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