In case of Resigned employees within what time limit Employer should settle the Full & Final Settlement of Account. Employees resigned during any particular calendar month, can his dues be settled after completion of that calendar month i.e., full and final settlement can it be done during next month?? . Please provide guidance for the same.
From India, Bangalore

In order to ensure good and harmonious industrial relations, labour relations and good HR practices in the organization, it is advisable to give (personally hand over) his Full & Final settlement cheque on his last working day, during closing hours of shift. Statutory settlements, PF /Gratuity etc can take its own course of time.
From India, Aizawl
The settlement to be done by next twodays from last working day or even on last day of working, if management considered positively.
From India, Mumbai
As per the amended Code on Wages dated 8th August, 2019 following is apply under Payment of Wages Act, 1936 for Full & Final Settlement.
Final payment time Limit:
• Payment of Two days limit to pay full & final to worker in case of dismissal or retrenchment. Not applicable in case of resignation.
• Added the condition of resignation.

From India, Thane
I had resigned from job on 23 jan'20 and served the notice period for 17 days against 30 days as per offer letter. Received NOC from incharge on 20 Feb'20 but now they are denying my final settlement. Reason for resignation is salary pending from July'19 for all staff.
From India, Gurgaon
What steps to be taken for salary delay by employer atleast 8 months. While asking the management thay are not responding
From India, Gurgaon
Dear Santosh, Make written complaint to Labour Enforcement Officer / Assistant Labour Commissioner of your office Jurisdiction. Regards, Suresh
From India, Thane

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