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Madhu   29 April 2017

Delay in full and final settlement

Sir, My last working day was 14-april-2017, in a private company in Andhra Pradesh. As assistant manager f&a Our salary month start from 26 to 25 in next month. My full and final settlement is not yet done as on 27/04/2017. Company paid incremental arrears @6% on ctc to all employees regarding Fy 16-17 along with salary of march 17 (26/04/2017). Except me. My question is I've worked throughout FY 16-17, and up to 14th April 2017 in FY 17-18. When I talked with my hr. He told that arrears of fy16-17 will not be paid to you and regular salary of march 17 and April 17 will be paid in final settlement which is under process. Please suggest in view of legality. And if i'm eligible for incremental arrears of fy 16-17. Plz suggest me how to get my dues from company. I served complete notice period as per my appointment letter Madhu 9030409404


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Kumar Doab (FIN)     29 April 2017

Isn't it same query:

https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/details.asp?mod_id=149369&offset=1

Kumar Doab (FIN)     29 April 2017

The increment is for financial year and should be paid to you. Hope you have the relevant policy printouts on appraisal, increrment etc

 

Kumar Doab (FIN)     29 April 2017

At least I am not aware of any law that lays down that salalry of last month(s) should be paid if employee is serving notice period, in FnF settlement after say.........................days. 

The pay day is fixed.

Teh FnF wages/payouts should be paid on LWD (more so in case noticed period is tendered and employer has sufficient time to put its house in order and complete exit formalities...............................and in case of termination by employer)

 

Kumar Doab (FIN)     29 April 2017

Try by asking (in writing under proepr acknowledgment) to pay say 80% of your FnF dues so that you can manage your expenses and don't finacial hardships.

Don't remain entangled with HR person only and aproach good offices of appointing authority,MD etc ..............

Remain gentle and amiable in office.


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