Anonymous
1
HR executive,

Hello, I am new to this job and I am learning most of the HR things from your website. I am wondering if someone could help me. We are running an IT firm and an employee absconded after his first pay. Is there any legal steps that can be taken?
From Netherlands, Bergen op Zoom
nathrao
3040
Insolvency n GST Professional

Please search the forum for information. You will get adequate information.
From India, Pune
Hello,
On what grounds do you want to go legal? Just that he did not serve notice?
However the right approach would be to first connect with the employee & understand the reason behind him absconding.
Pl be noted that if the employee's PF is deducted then you will have to continue showing him on your roll until 6 months. Post then you may issue a letter stating he is no more continued as employee to your firm.
Let us know the reason for going legal so that seniors can reply accordingly.

From India, Ahmedabad
saswatabanerjee
1967
Partner - Risk Management

Can you please explain why you need to keep someone on roll for 6 months just because you have deducted PF in the first salary ?
From India, Mumbai
At the very first, you can inform that person that you had told the concerned HR and they need to rejoin.
From India, Gurgaon
psdhingra
384
Legal Analyst, HRM

You may not be able to get an approproate advice, unless you spell out terms & conditions of his appoinment, as communicated through your offer letter or appointment letter. Also intimate about the size of your organisation in terms of number of staff working in the organization.
From India, Delhi
Yes, same question. why to show that an employee on roll for 6 months? Does that also mean that for 6 months the company has to pay PF share as well?!!
From India, Pune
Sivasreed
1
HR executive,

Hello All,
We got the employee, he worked with us for just a month and he left without notice. We we searched he had informed a far friend that he did no like the city where the office is but he informed us after several calls that he was ill. We we asked him for FNF he is not replying.What shall I do now?

From Netherlands, Bergen op Zoom
nathrao
3040
Insolvency n GST Professional

Send him a letter by speed post asking him to forward copies of his medical reports and diagnosis by doctors.
If he does not reply conduct a domestic enquiry and seek the employees reply/defence.If he does not reply finalise the enquiry and remove him from company rolls.
Send the employee his FNF and termination certificate.
Follow natural justice and give him reasonable time to reply,send him at least two three reminders over 10-15 days.

From India, Pune
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