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GOPALPERIWAL
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Hi Experts,
Could any help me.
I have given resignation in my company 3 month ago and serve 3 month notice period.
Now my employer is not giving me neither acceptance nor reliving letter. Its being 3 week since my exit.
I have asked them multiple time through mail and even met personally but no result.
Could somebody guide me what are the steps to take legal action against my employer.
Please help.
Regards,
Kumar
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Resort to authorities under Shops and Establishment Act. You are deemed to be relieved after notice period.You cannot be a bonded labor.
Since it is the duty of inspector under the shops and establishment Act to ensure that an employee gets relieving and dues, ask for copy of relieving order from the inspector because he is a public authority under the Right to Information Act, 2005 as these information are within his purview.
Please mention which provisions are applicable on your company i.e. Factory Act or Shop & Establishment Act and also under what capacity the you are/were working there and how long.
Thank expert for your replies. I was working with an IT company in Bangalore. As per my knowledge this come under shop & establishment act.
In this case can I approach labor court or labor commissioner.
Regards,
Kumar
Hi Gopal, I was working with this company with more than 5 year. Regards, kumar
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