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PRABHAT RANJAN MOHANTY
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Agitating against his employer in a legal forum by any employee on account of any unresolved service dispute is his legal right. If the employee's services under the employer are unblemished and the issues contested by him are genuine, no employer can give a negative feed back against him later if any such occasion arises. But, human psychology remains similar always. Better be on guard about this in any conflicting situation with your employer.
From India, Salem
nathraoWhat learned Member Shri Umakanthan has said is correct.
Practicalilty of the matter is if you litigate against your company, the company may give feedback which will be unhelpful.
There will be no suitable legal remedy for this kind of feedback.
Try and sort out matter amicably with your employer.
Or just forget the matter and move on in life.
Dont legally agitate the matter,unless it is real significant impact.
From India, Pune
PRABHAT RANJAN MOHANTYWhat is the length of service you put-on in said establishment?
Salary for which months remain unpaid?
When did you submit your resignation?
Why did your employer not pay your salary? What are the reasons your employer is citing for issue related to reliving letter?
Spell out your terms of appointment and give details of entire issue so that members can be in a position to provide the best advice. What has already been suggested so far in context of the posting made by you.
From India, Mumbai