Please request them to change the reason in the Full and Final Settlement and ensure amicable separation. As they have agreed to change in the experience certificate they will consider your request for change in the Full Final Settlement also. While I do not want to go in depth as to who is wrong who is right, one thing is for sure that always the employer get the opportunity of taking upper hand in future in case of any verification from future prospective employer of yours.
From India, Madras
Dinesh DivekarDear Rakesh,
Just yesterday, I gave my comments on why you must get along with the bosses. There is no point in taking on them. Click the following link to read the first paragraph:
You say that you are from middle-management. Therefore, some junior members must be reporting to you. In that case, provisions of the Industrial Dispute Act, 1947 do not apply to you. Therefore, you cannot approach the Labour Office to settle your grievance. In case, nobody reports to you then confirm and we will tell you what to do further.
Now for the argument's sake, let's believe that your termination was illegal. Then the next remedy is filing a civil suit. That is also not advisable as the court cases drag for years and when the final verdict will be given by the court, you will not have the energy to enjoy it.
Therefore, the last option left is to make a truce with the bosses. That any way you are doing it. Tender unconditional apology and get a neat and clean relieving letter.
From India, Bangalore
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