Kunal Khanderia
Human Resource Professional
Sr.manager - Hr&admin

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I would like to understand the Full and Final Settlement Procedure of an employee in the following cases
1) Misconduct / Disciplinary Issues
2) Termination on the basis of Non Performance
How many days the company take to complete the FNF process in both the cases and can we hold back the FNF for an individual?
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Hi Kunal,
Full and Final settlement of the employee cannot be hold back by the employer even if the reason for separation is misconduct/disciplinary issues /non performance. However if the nature of misconduct is something related to financial loss incurred to the company or misappropriation of funds or any loss made to the company in such cases employer has the right to hold settlement and conduct legal proceedings like suspension followed by domestic enquiry.
Thank you for your revert..
In case of Termination on performance basis do we need to clear the Full and final settlement on priority basis or it should also fall as per the policy of 30 - 45 days??
Hi Kunal
ASAP would be better for all settlement. Only for Gratuity 30 days time frame is there.
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