Company not paying salary and expenses after resignation - what are my rights? - CiteHR
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I have worked in a limited company for almost six years in the sales as assistant manager sales a middle management job.
I was forced to resign on 30 th may 2017 saying that resign and give three months notice and in this notice period you will not be payed
the field conveyance allowance only salary will be payable.So need not to work or come to the office just search the job.
I did same, resigned on 1st of June and gave 3 months notice saying 31st aug 17 will be the last date.In this notice period I did not go to the office but kept on contacting the clients for the due payments.
As my appointment letter has no clause of recovering the receivables.
Now after completion of 3 months i.e. on 4 th of September my boss mails and asks me to bring the receivables of few parties.it is interesting to mention here that the material was sold to these parties on the approval and instructions of higher authorities like Zonal manager/regional manager only after their approvals and their recommendations the material was dispatched.How come they can make solely me be the responsible for the receivables and hold my salaries and expenses like LTA,Gratuty,bonus,vihicle maintenance allowance,
kindly tell me can they hold my salary?
can they hold my expenses?
how long can they hold?
what can I do to recover them?
what are my rights?
is the employee responsible for receivables that too when no clause is mentioned in the appointment letter?
please for there god sake help me I am anxious to know my rights
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