Section 4(6) (b) of the Gratuity Act states that Gratuity payable to an employee may be wholly or partially forfeited – if the employee’s services have been terminated due to riotous behaviour, disorderly conduct or any act of violence, or for any act of moral turpitude – provided such offence has been committed in the course of his employment
Failure to serve notice period does not attract Section 4(6)a or b
22nd June 2018 From India, Pune
23rd June 2018 From India, Kolkata
Did the employee submitted his resignation or remain absent?
In general establishment initiates action against the employee under terms of his appoinment. Where nothing has done in this direction by the establishment but to pay, if terms of employment has end.
24th June 2018 From India, Mumbai
You cannot deduct the salary in lieu of notice period from the gratuity payable to him
P S Lakshmanan
S.G. Management Services
26th June 2018 From India, Kolkata
Gratuity payment is independent of Notice Period. Unless the employee has been terminated for criminal or uncivil activities, gratuity has to be fully paid to every employee who has completed 5 years of service with your organisation
13th November 2018 From India, Bengaluru