#Anonymous

An employee joined the organization on 1st November 2018, his three months probation period got extended till April (which should have ended in Feb 2019 got over in April) & on 30th April, the mail was sent to him which stated his revised salary and job confirmation.
Now after getting the salary hike, he has submitted his resignation and not serving 30 days notice period instead he’s here for just 20 days. He wants salary slips, which I will provide of last three months April-May & June as per the rules of the company.
April - 15K (acc to his bank statement, verified)
May - 18K
June- 18K
The issue is, he is arguing that his probation got over in April and so his April’s payslip would show 18K instead if 15K but there is no confirmation from the supervisor neither from the employee and now all of a sudden he realised it was 15K for April about that and I have it in my mail dated 30th April which says your probation is over in clear words (but no date mention, because we follow start date of each month, so I thought it is already very clear but I think it is not, yet! Will start mentioning dates) and the amount credited in his bank account is also 15K for April and 18K for May.
How much to put on his salary slip for April?
Please, give your valuable suggestions, this employee is misbehaving and each day he is yelling & shouting!
21st June 2019 From India, Udaipur
So long as there is no need to revise his salary for April from 15 to 18k you have no botheration to make amends to your pay slip which decision is left with his supervisor, if I'm correct. And any amendment with retrospective effect would call for special approvals by the competent authority. I guess your mail dt.30th April didn't state his salary revision is from April onwards. If this is correct then you'll have no obligation.
And you should be aware of the fact that if you are amending as to show Rs.18k for April then you should be prepared to settle the arrears involved also.
If for any communication contained no date to 'give effect to' then either you should ask for clarification/confirmation or undated communication can be construed effective from the date of communication.
22nd June 2019 From India, Bangalore
"If for any communication contained no date to 'give effect to' then either you should ask for clarification/confirmation or undated communication can be construed effective from the date of communication" - Lack of communication led to this confusion! It's all sorted now thanks a lot for the guidance. It really helped. :)
2nd July 2019 From India, Udaipur
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