cjpatel
Friends and Seniors,
Firstly wishing you all a Happy Diwali.
We have issue, one employee was asked to leave and we did not want to show it as termination, so his resignation was kept confidential.
In the bargain, the management team missed to update HR about his resignation and we have paid two month extra salary to this employee before realizing the mistake.
Now when HR approached the employee, first he was very humble and said he shall transfer back the funds. But now when followed up he is telling "you guys asked me leave, so I have resigned, industry is paying 6 months salary and expressing that he will not return the excess amount paid".
How do we deal with this employee and recover the excess salary paid to him.
regards,
CJ

From India, Bangalore
umakanthan53
6017

Dear C.J,
Excess payment to employee can be recovered from him if it is detected and intimated to him within a reasonable time subject to the condition of providing him an opportunity to explain his stand. When he is not in the service of the establishment, you can recover it through his current employer. If his whereabouts are not traceable, either you have to write it off or recover from the person who made the mistake.
Coming to the case on hand, my personal view is that the amount may be magnanimously waived in view of the forced and quick resignation of the employee.

From India, Salem
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