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prashant (ABM)     23 May 2014

Appointment letter

I joined a co operative society in August 2013, since from that day to till date i do not received my appointment letter. I do have offer letter only.

my second issue is the society pays salary only after the completion of monthly target that means target based salary, and the salary slips issued is as according, sometimes they paid only 15 days salary and sometimes they do not.

Sir give me proper guidance please



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Kumar Doab (FIN)     23 May 2014

Is this society registered under (Name of your state) Shops and Commercial Establishments Act?  

If yes look into it.It may have a clause on issuance of appointment letter.

You are in which state?           

Does society have an office at your location?

Redg. of the society is in which state?

Salary slip usually have details of days worked, wages earned, commissions/incentives etc?

The amount paid is reflected under which head?

Have you ever resisted in writing under acknowledgment?

You are with a wrong employer.

Better change and be  some establishment with good HR practices.

 

 

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prashant (ABM)     24 May 2014

Sir the society is multi state multi purpose co operative society and working in all over maharashtra and other states also.

the amount paid is reflected under the head of salary

Kumar Doab (FIN)     24 May 2014

You have not replied to:

Is this society registered under (Name of your state) Shops and Commercial Establishments Act?  

 

(You shall agree that we can not find it.Hence you shall need to inform it. )

 

You are in which state?           

Does society have an office at your location?

Redg. of the society is in which state?

 

Have you ever resisted in writing under acknowledgment?


 
If the society is redg. under Bombay Shops and Commercial Establishments Act then you may go thru this Act and rules framed under it.
 
If the service conditions in your society are to be governed by this Act then it should be referred to.
 
Any local lawyer can help you. 

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