Labour Law IndexNo they cannot, your salary is covered under payment of wages act as it is not greater then 18000. So when they pay you salary they need to get a signed voucher from you and file a return at the end of the year. I am sure that they have not filed this as maximum people do not know about it. Also you are covered under PF and ESI both, so see that they have paid this or not. If not then you have to file an additional complaint with PF enforcement officer. He will make them pay with interest of 12% that will be given to you. Also a complaint will lie to ESI department. Also lodge a complaint with labour department under payment of wages act. If you are telling the truth then you have nothing to worry.
From India, Kolkata
riteshmaityThey are simply threatening you in order to avoid paying you salary and nothing more. You may demand outstanding salary in writing under registered with ad post before filling any case.
From India, Kolkata
v shakyaDear Rajeev,
Offer letter and appointment letter is
two different things. Offer letter is whats they have offer to you whereas appointment letter is agreement of service agreed by both employer and employee accepting the terms thereof.
Keep the documention ready pertains to your employment if any?
With regards to Non Payment of salary :- since your salary is 17K Hence you are covered under payment of wages act. 1936. As sec 4 of the said act. No wages pariod can be fixed more then 1 Month which should be disbursed within 7th days or before after closing month if the employees strength of origanization is 1000 or below however if the strength is more then 1000 then wages should be disbursed within 10th or before after closing month.
Send written application through registered post seeking your dues if they remain adamant then you can initiate legal action again them. Also you can file the case u/s 33C(2) of ID act. 1947 to recover your dues if you are categorized as workman?
Thanks & Regards
HR & Labour, Corporate Laws Advisor
From India, Agra
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