Insolvency N Gst Professional
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last 4 months I am working with a private furniture manufacturing company as area sales manager.As per my appointment letter 6 months is probation period.For resignation on probation need one week notice from either side. If I am giving my resignation july 10th , I am eligible for full and final settlement..??
Can i get my june salary and travelling expenses??

You are entitled for pay of Jun 15.
By this time you should have received your normal pay.
What date does your company credit salary?
By travelling expense I understand it as expenditure incurred while on sales tour.
This money also has to be reimbursed as per your entitlement laid down by Company.

1. Yes, you shall be eligible for FnF processing. But the Salary processing shall be as per company's salary cycle norms. ex. if the company holds your last month salary for resigned associate then that shall be paid once the FNF is processed.
2. Traveling Expenses shall be paid as per Travel & reimbursement Policy of the company. generally its not paid to the associates who resigns in 1 -3 months, or shall be recovered from the associate.

You are entitled for your Salary till your last working day in the company, also you are eligible for reimbursement of all the official trip duly approved by your seniors. The same way you are also advised to give proper notice as well as proper handover.
Dear all,
Now, I am working at abc company as an accountant.But I would like to resign that company during the probation period. I start work at there 07.07.2015 and will resign at 22.07.2015. So, I would like to know can I leave the job after one week of resignation and can I get my salary during this period? Please answer me.
Thank You

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