hi seniors,
i am working in small organization with less than 10 employees,now i want to switch to new company,but current employer refusing me to issue salary slip,as i got salary by cash,only thing i had proof now is my bank statement as i deposited salary monthly in account,now what will be solution if my new company asked for salary slip,but current employer provided only experience letter but refusing to issue salary slip...what to do now,i worked in this organisation for 2 years but now he refusing to issue salary slip..please help me .

From India, Gulbarga
Dear Lakshmikanth, If you are in Tamilnadu State, you can contact your Previous company labour officer. Asper Tn Labour law Every Employer are Liability to Give A Salary Slip to Every Employee.
From India, undefined
Hello Laxmikant Joshi,
You don't really need to worry.
And pl don't get into a situation of your current Employer beginning to avoid you.
Bank Statements are valid Proof of salary.
And even the Appointment Letter....IF you have one....can be used as Salary Proof--though some Companies don't consider this.
And when you take the Experience Letter, request your Company to include the last salary you got.
Many small Companies give a Single Letter summarizing the experience [worked From-To & Designation & last salary drawn].
All the Best.
Rgds,
TS

From India, Hyderabad

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