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Tanuj Goel (HR)     23 November 2009

Forced Relieving by the Employer

Hi,

I resigned and gave a notice period of a month but my employer called me the next day and relieved me, without even giving me a payment in-lieu of notice period. I was open to serve the notice.

Kindly advise if I can claim the amount of my notice period and what to do if he disagrees to pay?



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PJANARDHANA REDDY (ADVOCATE & DIRECTOR)     23 November 2009

AS PER APPOINTMENT/OFFER LTTR U R ALLOWED 30 DAYS NOTICE,U CAN CLAIM FROM YOUR EMPLOYER.

dhiraj choudhary (n/a)     23 November 2009

mr. reddy is right

Raj Kumar Makkad (Adv P & H High Court Chandigarh)     23 November 2009

It was the employer who relieved you himself on the receipt of your notice so he is liable to pay as per appointment letter duly agreed. Seve a legal notice and demand the dues as per rules.

Ramnath Naik (Legal Advisor)     02 December 2009

Hi tanuj,

i dont thing its right. it depends upoun the certified standing orders Or rules & regulation of the organisation whichever is applicable. the employer cant bond to make such condition. in some cases there wil be agreement in regard to training cum employement where such condition can be applicable with concern or approval of chief labour inspector or competant authority.

 


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