It is a very common practise amongst small companies to avoid payment of gratuities due to employees who have left the organisation. Is there a grievance redressal department to whom the employee can communicate about non payment of gratuity. I mean whom should the employee contact , other than the company to get the gratuity released.
Thanks
Ramaseshan

From India, New Delhi
abbasiti
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Assistant Engineer, Indian Telephone Industries, Palakkad
Dear Ramaseshan, Is there any grievance, they can approach the labour department. Abbas.P.S
From India, Bangalore
Thank You Mr Abbas. So what I understand is whether the employee is a workman or supervisor or Manager, for the purpose of filing a grievance against employer, with relation to gratuity due under the provisions of Payment of Gratuity Act, but not paid by the employer , the Labour Enforcement officer of the concerned state where the employer is situated - is the competent authority for redressal of this grievance. Is my understanding correct.
Thanks for your advise once again.
Ramaseshan

From India, New Delhi
umakanthan53
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Labour law & HR consultant
Dear Ramaseshan,
Pl go through the Payment of Gratuity Act,1972. If the Central Govt is the Appropriate Govt for the establishment, the concerned employee denied/ not paid gratuity within 30 days of termination of his employment has to file his claim before the Controlling Authority for the area normally the ACL (Central); in other cases the Controlling Authority appointed by the State Govt.

From India, Salem
[email protected]
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Finance Manager
Please fill Form I and submit to the competent authority, afterwards the copy with application can be forwarded to the Collector of your city at the collectorate office
From India, Ahmadabad
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