I had joined a company on march 26th and left it on 20th Nov. In offer letter they had given that Variable will be paid in 2 parts 1st - April to Sept and payment will be done on 15th Dec only if you will be an employee of the company on 15th Dec. The Variable is a huge part of my CTC. As i worked their for whole 8 months (from April to Nov) and resigned because they didn't had any project further in their hand and they always told me that its dangerous to be on bench and also relieved me within 1 day. In front of me 1 Case happend that they fired someone without noticing but they gave him full notice period amount+ Full variable before 15th Dec. So Can I lodge a complain in consumer court against them to provide my 8 months variable.
From India, New Delhi
The Company Settlement Team has just sent me a mail with F&F Calculations which doesn't include my Variable part (No mention of Variable) But I personally Contacted Its HR and he told that it is not given because u left company before 15th Dec..
From India, New Delhi
First of all there is no consumers court involved in Employer employee relationship. Besides this the variable part is the very common practice and is paid only if the employee is in service at end of 1 year of joining or package appraisal.
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
First of all do not accept your FNF .
Write to the top person of the organization, pointing that you left the organization at their instance and against your will because of lack of projects and you were put on bench. There fore you are entitled to the variant pay and your FNF must include it.
You also point out that your Colleague who was asked to leave before 15 the Dec ,was paid variable pay. They cannot mend the rule in unjust manner.
If it does not get settled at that level then appropriate Authority will be Labour Commissioner to lodge your complaint and Consumer Court will not have jurisdiction to handle your matter.
From India, Mumbai
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