Kalijanni
Sr. Manager-hr &ir
HR4NATION
Hr Consulting
Ashish260489
Lecturer
+1 Other

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Good morning to all.. I am working in pvt Ltd company in shubash nagar and since from past year..Nobody has received the appointment letter, salary slip, pf,allowance etc can you please help me out in this.. ? What should I do in this? Plz Tell me all rules regarding the employee under pvt Ltd and non pvt Ltd company.?
let me know you have receiving your salary through bank or by hand ?
if you have receiving your salary from bank, it is evident for your employment, but if you have receive salary by cash, it is your burden to prove about your employment .
Regds
V K Rao

Dear Friend,
Even I am on the same boat. The Start Ups they take employees for granted and don't do as per the employment rule. My company is also paying without giving pay slips and account statement. Earlier they used to pay in hand cash but they agreed to do bank transfer but that also just come as a transferred money and not as a salary. Will this be considerable to show in a company if I look to switch?
Regards,
Ani

As Mr. Rao has put, it is very difficult to prosecute the company without any proof. When you don't have any offer letter or bank statement, it is very difficult to prove that you are an employee of the firm.
If you have an official mail id and has exchange between you and your boss on any official issue, it might hold circumstantial evidence to prove that you worked in that company. (When you go for legal action, this id may be deactivated). Copy of your Attendance statement also might come in handy. All these are final options if you plan to file suit against company for non-payment of salary, and that too only if dues are above 50000. You can fight even for 5000, but anything less than 50000 is not worth fighting legally, as you will be losing hundreds of productive hours fighting the case, Add your stress as well. The best option would be to take up another job and forget this

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