1) Gratuity under Payment of Gratuity Act. See this for amount of gratuity Payment of Gratuity Act, Rules, Forms, Returns & All Other Information
2) Bonus as per bonus act
3) Your Due salary as per shops and establishment act of your state.
So what you have to do,
a) If gratuity is not paid lodge a complaint with controlling authority in your city. Google it you will get the address for your city.
b) For bonus you need to contact the Labour Department of your state. There you will find the labour Inspector who will take care of it.
c) For shops and establishment act same labour inspector will help.
If they do not listen to you lodge a complaint with labor commissioner of your city.
See this for summary Indian Labour Laws & Shram Suvidha Simplified
Appreciate if this was helpful
A single sentence does not carry enough information enlightening real situation. On the contrary it could be misguiding.
Do you had an Appointment Letter appointing you for the employment.
Is there any such indication regarding separation policy \ Notice Period \ such Terms & Conditions, etc.
Do you have any useful correspondence \ communication \ exchange of information - on your annual increment and \ or Salary Slip, any past appreciation letter or any written advice \ notice \ caution related to your work performance and \ or behaviour on the job, etc.
What happened or you think compulsion on employer so as to advise you, as said above.
I understand you worked for nine years - say a good long association between.
And any other information that may be related to the issue that you may be knowing.
In a case you do not attend your duty on verbal intimation as said, at a later stage if they do not agreed to what you said ( they said you ) then, it may be construed at a later stage as your absenteeism or voluntary leaving a job - without any such intimation of separation.
Better, you may approach concerned GLO to your area of employment and submit a written request & brief them of all facts AND inform of your readiness to continue to work without any delay. Request them to approach employer along with.
If you could furnish essential documents \ information as concerned GLO may ask for AND cooperate them for positive solution of an issue, it is quite possible to have an amicable output.
At last, you may either prefer\ request GLO to submit their failure report as per prevailing provisions of law and also, approach for legal advice in the matter, so as to safeguard your case in the issue referred, please.
Thanks with sincere regards,
NARMADA BIO-CHEM LIMITED.
m : 97277 00495.
You will agree with me that unless you give the full details of case, you can't expect proper guidance or solution from senior members.You should have mention:-
1.the type of company or organization whether it's manufacturing company or office.
2. total no.of employees working there.
3.have they issued you the appointment letter and what is the stipulations of leaving the company thereof. The notice period is one month or three months.
4.what is your position, functions or designation in the company.
4.what is your salary.
5.you must have asked for the reasons of such action,what was their reply.
5.have they given you any written order or it is verbal.
6.if it order in writing., what are the reasons mentioned there.
7.did you ask for the accrual benefits from them and what was their reply.
8. any other relevant information,which is related to your case.
Please furnish the above information so that your case is examined. As far bonus for the year 2015-16 is concerned, you will be entitled, if the establishment is covered under the Payment of Bonus Act and you are within salary range.
Member since August, 2011
1. you were employed there
2. it was a permanent job
3. you were working for the last 25 days
4. you were working for the last 9 years
what kind of job was it ? does that make you a worker under factory / industrial dispute act ?
are they paying you bonus for 2015-16 ?
why were you removed ? There must be a reason for them to suddenly say dont come from tomorrow and not even pay the remaining salary.