You said the company people has deducted the amount what amount they have deducted ? i think you have been relieved on leiu basis; most of the companies would delay on giving the experience and relieving letters because of that they will give clear NOC and conditional relieving letter which help the exit employees to show off.
In your case, you can also request them to issue the letters if not at least support documents which i have mentioned above, so that you will not get any delay of Joining in new company.
13th July 2018 From India, Hyderabad
I have received the Full and Final Settlement Letter with all calculations. But HR is denying to Issue relieving letter / experience letter mentioning that I have not served complete notice period. Can both the letters be kept on hold by HR due to not serving the notice period.
13th July 2018 From India, Gurgaon
As now a days HR has missing 'H', they only go by what business tells them to do so do not have faith on HR. HR has been so busy aligning with business that they have lost their own identity.
If the company has deducted the payment for the not served notice period, then you have a very strong case against the company.
Contact any good Advocate who deals in service matters and take it legally, send a legal notice to the company. I think only notice will do the magic.
14th July 2018 From India, Thane
I do not know on what ground they have relived you from the services but it is a fact. Only thing that they have not issued experience and relive letter.
You check your full & final calculation sheet, whether any deduction is associated to cover up the balance notice days. If it is there then they are bound to issue you the desired documents. You send another mail to the HR head describing the whole matter and to issue the experience certificate & releiveing letter within 3 days time as a matter of good gesture.
If you do not get any affirmative information then proceed with legal action. You send a advocate notice and lodge a complaint in local police station against harresment and damaging carieer, with consultation with a lawyer.
17th July 2018 From India, Mumbai