nathraoDifficult circumstances seen in the company.
But it woulde be wiser to move n not get involved in legal battles for notice period pay.
There are no documents to support your claim.
Not even an appointment letter.
Correcting your boss is fraught with danger.
As an experienced person it would been best not to have joined without clear offer letter with terms and conditions.
How MD behaves with employees will not matter unless they also join in legal battle.
This is not battle to be taken up.
Look around for other jobs and leave this employment as a learning experience.
From India, Pune
Sad to hear the difficulties faced by you and it is unfortunate. These type of exploitation should not be tolerated. I advice you to collect the necessary document in support of your employment. At least collect the following documents:
1. Proof of the salary credited to your account by the employer.
2. Take a photocopy of the attendance register.
3. During the employment if you have sent any email in the official capacity.
4. Any PF or other account.
Dr. Navin Kumar Koodamara
Faculty of Law and Management, Manipal Institute of Management
Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal, Udupi
From India, Manipala
krushna-chandra-pandaDear Navin Sir,
Thank you for your strong and true response.
Please note, that employee has all the documents with him as suggested by you. Please share your inputs to move forward at least to get/claim a justified dues (notice pay, bonus, leave entitled, etc) from the company. Our legal provisions don't permit employers to hire and fire without a valid reason.
Thanks & Best Regards,
From India, Mumbai
email@example.comIn my opinion, there certainly is a cause of action, when the employer circumstances impossible for him continue in the employment without any just cause and following the due procedure. It does not matter matter there is no appointment letter issued. However, the crucial aspect is in proving that the employee has stopped attending his duties because of the MD asking for his resignation. Otherwise, it will only be that the employee has absented himself.
From India, Kochi
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