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22nd May 2018 From India, Salem
#AnonymousDear Umakanthan, is it mandatory to file complaint at Deputy Commissioner of Labor or can we consult any lawyer right away?
22nd May 2018 From India, Bengaluru
Can I expect some basic courtesy while addressing senior person like Mr M Umakanthan? If you read his signature column, you will find that he is retired Additional Commissioner of Labour. By giving free advice to the needy members of this forum, he is doing yeoman's service. Against this backdrop, addressing such a senior person as "Hi" is nothing impropriety. This is a formal group and members are required to maintain formality.
24th May 2018 From India, Bangalore
I think cma1984 is bit confused on actually who raised this request. But my apologies again for any confusion or disrespect out of my negligence. I am very thankful to Mr. Umakanthan sir for his advice and I am seriously following his guidance in this regard. His advice has given some hopes for 30+ employees (who all are techies with no knowledge of laws) in our company and we have no words to thank members of this site.
24th May 2018 From India, Bengaluru
In the instant case you all give a representation in the office of the Local Labour Department.
In business hardship comes but enterprenuer has to cope-up with the situation by the cooperation of the employee. The enterprenuer rather should discuss and can take time to make payment but can not lament.
You all lodge your complaint before the labour department for resolving the issue.
24th May 2018 From India, Mumbai