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I am the area sales manager in a pharma company. i have resigned the company after eight month of working period due to not getting any confirmation letter within six month as per the company norms. But in settlement he deducted one month salary. his communication is that you have not given a one month notice. but as per the appointment letter it is clearly mention that after confirmation one month notice period is necessarty. Pls suggest what I do for one month salary. They have not ready to pay me. I have written them sevral mail. but he has given one reply that you are selected as a confirm employee. but it's not true. I have my appointment letter in which it clearly mention that i join in a probation period of six month. Pls suggest me.
From India, Kolkata
Dear Mr. Sumit,
As you said that you have received the appointment letter and in that there is a clause that there is no need to give one month notice until the job is confirmed / you receive confirmation letter then you can resigned any time. But still they deduct the one month salary then it is illegal. You can request once again them and try to solve through verbally first and still there is no result then you can approach the advocate but if the amount is not on higher side better to leave that option.
If your matter is not solve verbally then warn them that you will approach to labour court in case your notice period amount is not refunded. Might they refund your money.
with regards,
Agriya HR Solutions

From India, Ahmedabad
Sir, how and where i can do legal case in labor court against company. Pls suggest me, my native place is in Patna (BIHAR).
From India, Kolkata
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