Head Hr - Mahindra Aerospace

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Dear Seniors,
I was working as Assistant Manager in one of MNC based in Ahmedabad. They are into manufacturing of plastic boxes. Its around more than month and my f & f is not done. I have got NOC from.each of the departments of the company requires for the f & f process. Normally we used to clear all the f & f within 15 days but in my case its taking longer. When I spoke to my HOD he reply that will do in next week or 3-4 days but its been around 1 month.
Kindly suggest me what I can do for getting the F & F amount . And I have served my notice period and followed all the releving procedure. Also didn't received my releving letter and experience letter.
Awaiting your guidance.


You may kindly consider the following;

Please be sure that there is no other clause in your appoint letter that can make employer to quote and hold back the final settlement. Also ensure that there are no previous / Old issues in which some action was contemplated against you, by your employer.

If the above is clear, then,

a) Kindly send a written note by registered post, explaining that you have resigned on ( date) and have served the notice period as per the relevant clauses of your appointment letter.

b) you may also indicate that despite having served the notice period and having made many follow ups you have not been issued with formal relieving letter, final settlement of your dues.

c) Indicate that if these are not settled within seven days from the receipt of the notice you may pursue the matter legally.

d) you may mark the copy of the same, to the jurisdictional labour authority.

e) In case of no reply stil, then you may consider sending the a notice drafted by a labour lawyer.

Kind regards

Dayanand L Guddin

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