Salary To Be Paid After Submitting The Degree Mark Sheet? - CiteHR
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Vivek Ss

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Hi, My friend before two month he joined in a company(strength 20), still they dint credit the second month salary. while he asking abt the salary they telling after submitting the degree marksheet they will credit the salary, & also they are not giving the proper respect for employees, this situation are face by all employees
At the time of interview & joinee they didnt tell any about the same.
please advice how to face this problem..
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If the appointment letter or offer letter does not mention it, then he is not obliged to do so. Kindly advise him to contact area labour inspector and lodge a complaint under Payment of Wages Act. See this
No employer can keep any original documents (mark sheets, pass certificates etc) of an employee in their custody for any purpose. If the company requires to verify, then can verify the same in your presence and keep a photocopy of it in their custody.
But still many company keep original documents in their custody to withhold the employee in case they resign or with an intention to harass employee if they make any demand.
At no cost you are required to deposit any original documents to the company. Even if the company says that they will verify the original and return it without couple of days, then get an acknowledgement in writing that the company has received the original mark sheet on.... for the purpose of verification or .............. and will return the mark sheet to you on ..........
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