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Hi All,
We also got similar type of case, where in employee has not full fill the terms of appointment and without giving required notice, stop coming to work. We have sent him letters to his residence, but the letters are returning back to us stating "Refuse to Accept". There is a recovery from the employee.
Next what action can be initiated in this case.
Regards,
Darshana

From India, Mumbai
Is there any format to abscond a employee if u have means please forward to me i am searching for formats
From India, Karur
""There is a recovery from the employee.
Next what action can be initiated in this case.""
What is the recovery about?
Some money due or some company property like laptop etc not returned??
You can email and send SMS to him about o/s items and if not returned by-------(date) tell him FIR will be lodged.

From India, Pune
Dear Nathrao,
There is a recovery from employee, he is not holding any assets of the company.
since he not accepting the letters which have been sent by registered AD, what next action can be taken ?
Regards,
Darshana

From India, Mumbai
Filing a ciivl suit should be considered.
Not accepting registered letters will not help him,when matter goes to court.
What is the nature of recovery and amount involved?
Further steps to terminate the employee can be initiated side by side.

From India, Pune
Dear Darshana,
Not accepting any letter from the management does not exempt him from his job related liability or respponsibility towards his employer. Keep the letter with remarks of the postman/ courier boy intact without opening as aproof against him. If sent personally through any employee of your company, ask him to write his duly signed remarks about refusal of the employee to accept the letter. Now, first of all paste a copy of the same letter/notice at the door of his residence and get a photograph of the pasted letter. If still he fails to respond, tackle him legally, issues a legal notice at his last known residential address. If still he fails to respond, file a summary suit in the court of law for recovery from the employee.

From India, Delhi
""Now, first of all paste a copy of the same letter/notice at the door of his residence and get a photograph of the pasted letter. ""
Can a private company employee legally paste the letter or notice on the door of the private residence of an employee?
I know of cases when such action was being tried out,reaction from opponent party was violent and was accused of trespass.

From India, Pune
If the amount of recovery is substantial, then it would be advisable to file a suit against the employee, if it is meager amount then ask your employer to waive off/write off, as per my view
From India, Ahmadabad
Dear All,
Thanks for your feedback and advise. The receovery amount is there but that is one part, if company do not take any action then there will not be a fear/discipline in the mind of others and others may also show the similar attitude.
Ultimately i have to take a legal action against this employee, since receovery amount is high.
Regards,
Darshana

From India, Mumbai
Dear Darshana,
If your company has not yet framed rules on employees conduct and discipline, you must get them framed for the awareness of the employees and appropriate action against the indisciplined employees.

From India, Delhi

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