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I was intentionally within days of completing a year and has been told that I'll not get the "bonus", which is part of the CTC, and also calculated under Basic salary. It is not a performance bonus but was to be payed out at 6 months gap. I was told to leave on Feb 27th of this year, and was also paid for the notice period, as I was not asked to come to serve the period. But, I was due my "bonus", which isn't a performance bonus, but was part of my CTC offer letter. They deny payment saying that I did not complete a year in the organization. But they have also paid for the entire notice period of the month of March.
What are my options here. I was suffering from intense anxiety at that period, which is part of the reason for them to fire me. Due to which they convinced me that I only served 11 months, and excluded the notice period, and denied payment. I asked them to pay for the time period of 6 months, excluding the two days I didn't serve, when dividing the bonus for 6 months.
Is this legal? Do I have any options?