Not Paying Me My Last Month Salary - CiteHR
Bharat Gera
Principal Hr Consultant
Riteshmaity
Labour Law Advocate
CS Kinny
Belapur Cbd
+1 Other

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Hi...
I just need help of experts regarding my salary issues. My director fired me without any notice and now they are not paying me my last month salary, when i contacted my HR she said we will pay your salary on 7th May 2017, bt they didn't pay me anything, when i contacted my HR she said mail me your appraisal what you did for this company. My director did'nt listen to me. When i was working lots of mentally harrasment was there from my colleagues, HR & afterwards from my director.
So i just want to are they have rights to not give me my salary?
Is salary is based on attendance or work appraisal?
I want my salary and not an increment, so why should i mail her my appraisal?
My attendance was 100% without any leave or half day.

First, your termination seems to be illegal, which if you want can be challenged before appropriate authority and reinstatement and back wages can be asked.
If you accept such termination and want to move on with your salary, then it is your decisions.
Regarding salary, you may send a notice demanding outstanding salary through registered/ speed post before taking any legal steps/ action against the company. Salary is your right and company cannot withheld it at their own wish.
For better advice, please give the following:
1. Nature of job
2. Type of company with strength
3. Tenure of service
4. Reason for termination
5. Last drawn wages.

I used to work as a Back office coordinator. In an interview & when i joined my KRA was different they told me i will be the senior in office and i need to look after each and everything so i did my work according to that but after 4 months they told me i only need to do business development and nothing else after that they give me marketing work for their another company. So according to my director i didn't developed their business so it's a loss for them. One of my senior colleague was having problem with me as i used to get 23k & his salary is 18k, so he used to mentally torture me, so many times i complained about this to my HR but she never interfere in this matter, nor my director listen to me when i was telling him what was happening in the office.
There is doubt in this answer.The person is working in a private firm then where she should complain, who is the competent authority.In case of govt employement then we can complain to seniors.even she complains she has to complain to court or file case then again it will be financial burden moreover she may not get job if other employer comes to know about it.or when she starts working in another organisation some one or the owner itself may reveal it to the present empoyer.What could be the solution for such issues as many people face this in private industry
Contact any good advocate who takes up employee cases, explain your details to him very clearly and completely. I suggest you claim that you were a workman under Industrial Diputes Act, and raise an industrial dispute before conciliation officer (Labour department). He will call the employer and take up the matter.
Employer is liable to pay salary based on attendance unless you have agreed for pure performance based salary as term of appointment . If it is based on attendance then they must pay you. If the company records attendance by any means, your case is strong.
Just write a mild letter to company giving details of unpaid salary & request them to pay the same within 7 days. If you don't receive the same write a letter to government labour officer of your area with a copy of the said letter, S/he will do the needful.

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