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Sr. Manager (p&a)
Sogemar
Ir Manager
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Hr Assistant Manager
Riteshmaity
Labour Law Advocate
Ashruba
Workmen

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Sir please give me reply I m working in private limited company and I suffering from hand injury which happened on last day of my probation period . After that it takes 6 months to recovery and I join my dutys . I do my job from last 2.5 years but management not given my confirmation letter. So I need to know how I get it. please reply pls pls pls
From India, Pune
Sir please give me reply I m working in private limited company and I suffering from hand injury which happened on last day of my probation period . After that it takes 6 months to recovery and I join my dutys . I do my job from last 2.5 years but management not given my confirmation letter. So I need to know how I get it. please reply pls pls pls
From India, Pune
Your accident has nothing to do with the issuance of confirmation letter. Since the management is not giving you any confirmation letter, try to gather as much as evidences to prove your employment with the company and tenure. In case of any dispute which may arise in future, you can use these documents in your favour.
Or you can write a simple letter to the management stating that you have been working since.... and request the management to issue the confirmation letter in terms of your initial/ appointment letter (check the terms before).

From India, Kolkata
Whether your services are confirmed or not is immaterial. If you have completed 240 days continuous services in these 2.5 years, you are entitled to and the company is liable to pay all statutory dues and benefits with retrospective effect.
From India, Mumbai
Does your services required by the management?
Have you confirmed your absence to the management? Have they replied over this?
Anybody started working in your place?
Who is currently looking after your roles & responsibilities?

From India, Pune
Ashruba Please clarify the following:-
1. Are you directly employed with the organisation?
2. or Through a Contractor?
3. How your salary is being paid?
4. Are you being issued salary slip
5.Covered under EPF ESIC Acts
6.What type of industry is this?
7. Min 20 employees are there?
Then only we can think how to go about it. However, the point of view of Mr. Sogemar is valid.
V.MURALI

From India, Madipakkam
Dear sir my friend working in ltd company (manufacturing plant ) company given offer letter and in this it is mention that probation period is 3 month.after successful complete probation period company not give to confirmation letter (any employee who working last 5 years ) now they have complete 240 days . Company presser for left them and not give to any termination letter or any notice .Employee not resigned in written .company hold 1 month payment & 3 month notice pay , employee go to on duty but deny by the management .
What to do please help ?

From India, Delhi
There are instances where the company does not give confirmation/ appointment letter, but that does not take away the right of an employee as per the decisions of Apex Court. You can prove your employment with many other documents.
Do not succumb to the pressure and give resignation. If you resign you will be in the back foot.
If company is withholding salary, please inform them in writing to release the pay. Generally salary has to be paid within 7th-10th of each month, otherwise it will attract penalty and interest.

From India, Kolkata
Ashruba
Though you are not given answer to my questions, I understand that the issue raised by you in the beginning and that of question raised by you now are different. Under the circumstances you approach Labour officer.
V.Murali

From India, Madipakkam
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