Could you not get any signs of termination happening.
Suggest writing a letter to the company directors and HR asking them reason for termination.
Labour law gives you some protection.
If company does not respond approach Labour officer for help/Are you only terminated or other employees also given exit w/o notice.
If so join hands and fight for your rights legally and through govt agencies.
Look around also for other jobs to survive while asking your organisation reasons for violating labour law and natural justice.
Your legal entitlements cannot be stopped but first try to see that exit order is withdrawn,
What has happened with you is unfortunate. Nevertheless, there mus be compelling reasons for your removal. Some warning signs must have come on your way. Did you fail to capture those?
What was your designation? What type of work did you do?
Since you have served for more than five years, you are eligible to get the gratuity. Therefore, go to HR department and ask for the gratuity form. Fill it up, take photocopy and submit to HR department. Take acknowledgement on the photocopy.
If HR does not accept the gratuity form then send the form by Registered AD. If the company does not pay you gratuity then what to do that we will discuss later.
From your narration it seems that you belong to workman category. The use of the term "federation" suggests that your employer must be a co-operative institution. Whatever it be they can not terminate an employee without prior notice and proper reason. Raise a dispute u/s 2-A(1) of the Industrial Disputes Act,1947 before the Labor Officer for the area.
Your termination , on the face of it, is both illegal and unjust. You are a victim of whims and fancies of your employer who has blatantly violated legal requirements.
He has also not paid your legal dues i. e. Notice pay, Gratuity, , leave salary, your deposit etc.
Firstly you escalate this matter to the top level by writing a suitable appealing letter giving al facts of the case. If you do not get positive response, then raise a dispute (if you are a workman) with the Labour Dept and fight it out tooth and nail. At the end you are bound to succeed.
Your termination from service is very unfortunate. This is a strenuous time for you and it needs to Stay calm. What is to be happened has happened, now it is time to look for an alternative job to move the life.
This type of termination is both illegal and unjust. You now file a case of your termination u/s 2-A(1) of the Industrial Disputes Act,1947 before the Labor Officer for that area. You consult a good advocate dealing with labour matter with the documents of termination for future course of action.
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