KK!HR
Management Consultancy
Suresh2511
Labour Consultant
RRPANDIT
Head-hr
+2 Others

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I paid 50000 security fees before joining the company (aviation sector) due to personal reasons i left the company within 6 months now company is asking me to give them 40000 as full and final settlement other wise they will take legal action on me. what will happen if i don't submit this amount to the company ?
Looks tricky. Please contact the labour commissioner of the area where the company is located Wish you good luck
To take legal action, there has to be valid commitment from your part to pay the amount in case the service is abandoned, did you sign any contract of appointment providing for it or was it a part of the appointment terms or was their any other commitment to serve for a min. period. Pl check.
To ask for any such amount, did they train you ? Legal action can be threatened very easily but when it comes to the real court battle there are many slips between the cup and the lip!!!

hey kk!HR i did sign a contract" Company will be subject to termination with
one month’s notice by the Company or payment in lieu thereof"
I have taken complete training from them as well. I don't need any experience letter from them so if i don't want to pay the F&F amount will it a big problem for me ?

Did you honor the commitment to give one month's notice or making payment in lieu thereof? What was the duration of 'complete training' undergone by you? Obviously, the Company would have invested time, efforts and money to train you. Did you reciprocate by giving commensurate services in return? Apparently you have not done it. And now you are seeking help of HR professionals to find an escape route. Great attitude! Congratulations!
I think the Members should not give any advise or entertain to the posts which gives half information.
In most of the cases we find that the employees are doing injustice to employers. Till the time they are unemployed, organisations are like Gods to them. Once they secured employment and gain some experience they forget all the efforts, training, facilities, opportunities the companies have given to them and trying to comparing themselves with their seniors. By gaining 6 months to 1 year experience they fill they are equivalent to the GM of the organisation. Loyalty, sincerity, integrity these words are not in their dictionary but they want free advise from HR Forum. If company terminates these characters, company is at fault. But when they leave without any notice and or intimation, still they expect company should fair with them and co-operate.
Suresh

Dear anonymous, unable to agree with you. At any rate there is an ethical and moral dimension, are you ready to sell your integrity for Rs. 40,000/- after committing yourself. What all legal action the employer can take cannot be surmised though it will be a long drawn battle but your idea to eschew the commitment is not endorsed
Dear Alisha,
Would you tell why you paid 50000 bucks aginst what kind of security for joining the company ? Whether the amount of security is refundable ?
While seeking any advice from the forum on any matter of legal dimension, always provide complete information by which learned members of the forum can advice you in a justified manner. Your information does not have head or tail but expectaion as to your wish.
No one can tell any thing good without verifying your appointment letter and the service contract you signed with the establishment. If you are serious over the matter either post the document or else take the help of lawer deals with HR & contract related matter. Now you have to take a decission.

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