Anonymous
Hello, Two months ago one permanent employee had been terminated by the employer, then after some time employee demanded for full and final but HR said you are not attending your notice period so you not eligible for full and final so I just need to know is it correct? because he was ready for attending a notice period but on an immediate basis terminated by the employer. so what should he do in this matter? please solve this query. would he demand full and final or not?
From India, Jalalpur

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To me, the post seems to be incomplete with an one-sided perspective.

The post begins with the sudden termination of the employee by the employer without any reason. If so, why the employee waited for two months that too only to ask for his F&F settlement and failed to agitate against his alleged termination?

Then the reason for non-settlement of F&F dues comes through the mouth of the HR. From this it is discernible that the employee would have possibly failed to serve the notice period before his leaving on resignation. Combining the entire information given in bits and pieces by the poster, one can understand that he was treated as an absconder and consequently his services were terminated by the employer forthwith. Whether the process of such a termination is well within the rules of procedure in tune with the principles of natural justice becomes out of context as the remedy sought for in the post is settlement of F&F dues only. Without relevant particulars like the nature of post held by the employee, total length of service in the organization, EL at his credit etc., I think it is not possible to answer the query.

From India, Salem

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