As per the protection provided for u/s 13 of the Payment of Gratuity Act,1972, no deductions nor any adjustment towards any dues to the employer could be made from the amount of gratuity payable to an employee under the Act. But I faintly remember the Kolkotta High Court took a departure and probably ruled that some outstanding dues to Employees' Co-op Society can be adjusted from the amount of gratuity payable to an employee - I am not sure. The dues mentioned in your post are compensatory in nature due to the non-fulfillment or breach of the contract of employment by the employee. Therefore, no adjustment could be made against such dues from his gratuity even if the employee is willing to do so by compulsion.
From India, Salem
From India, Thane
under graduity act or any existing labour laws of the land....the employer has no right to deduct any amounts of non following notice pay before leaving that company....
when coming to usage of excess leaves can be managed by producing medical doctor 's report ...where any employee has right to use sick leave...
The only deduction of any coopsociety bank loans can be deducted with some easy instal ments There are several court judgements are there ...none can deduct any amounts from paying total graduity...
if the employee is intersted to pay first took total graduity and re pay any dues..ok
if the employer does not covinced any authority court near by wiill do justice favourably to worker...
i think u know well graduity limit extended now upto 10 lacs..recently...all the best my friend
From India, Nellore