Hi All
one of candidate who joined to the our company and he worked 15 days , since there is no response from the employee then how will issue /provide the employee salary?(manufacturing industry)
Regards
Subrahmanya

From India, Bengaluru
Hi,
I hope you mean that employee left the company after serving 15 days without any information. If so please hold the salary. Please try to reach him through available contact numbers/ send a communication to his present and permanent address advising him to report. In case of no response follow the disciplinary process.

From India, Madras
rkn61
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Presumably he is a probationer. As he left services after 15 days from the date of joining, it could be inferred that he has voluntarily abandoned his employment. You can send a letter to him intimating this and issue cheque for the services he rendered to your company.
From India, Aizawl
sir, we have sent a communication to his present and permanent address and no response But there is no Due from the employee. shall I follow the disciplinary process?
From India, Bengaluru
Hello Subramanya,
If you had issued him the appointment order, please check if there is a clause on unauthorised absence - if any employee is absent for more than 7 days or so, his employment will stand terminated automatically. As such, no disciplinary action will be necessary.
However, to be on the safer side, please also communicate about such a termination to his communication/ permanent address through registered post with acknowledgement due.
You may release the salary if he claims it, based on your Company's policy on the matter.

From India, Chennai
Payment of Wages Act says that,if the employee is covered by the Act, you have to deposit the undisbursed wages with the Authority under the Act.
From India, Thiruvananthapuram

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