Dear Experts !
We hired one Area Sales Manager on 30k ctc pm basis... but from the date of joining to still he not perform well and even he not achieve 1% target .
So management give him warning if he not perform well in next 15 days then we terminate him and not give salary for those 15 days. So due to non performance we decided him to terminate and not paid last month and current 15 days salary.
So this is correct or not.
and if we follow his practice so what kind of procedure we need to do.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Nilam,
Yes, employee must render performance according to the requirements of the job nevertheless, non-payment of the wages for which employee has rendered his/her services is against the law. That you did not get any output from that person is a different matter altogether. Therefore, the Area Manager was due to get his payment till his last working day.
By the way, this is a classic case of recruitment failure. Who were involved in the selection of the Area Manager who could not achieve even 1% of the target? Will your management conduct investigation on why they failed? In India employers are so obsessed with taking "experienced" person on board. Was the person selected had sufficient "experience' or not?
Lastly, you need to check your compensation policies also. How person of the stature of Area Manager can have salary of Rs 30K? For such paltry salary, obviously you will get candidates whose candidature was turned down everywhere.
Thanks,
Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore
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Hello Nilam, Its not correct. You terminate him its ok but terminate without paying him its not correct. Pay him whatever days he is working in your company. Thank you.
From India, Jalalpur

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