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Smruti (Sales executive)     05 January 2010

offer letter not issued and salary not paid

If offer letter not issued to a Sales Professional, including salary paid but without any deductions. The company is a Pvt Ltd. firm into a packaging industry (Manufacturers with a license to run a factory).  Even after lot of reminders and request, they just ignored and later the salary not paid and again terminated from service without notice. Could this case have any protection under Labour and industrial laws. Please suggest how to proceed for recovery of salary and dues.




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Sarjooram Sharma (Assistant Labour commissioner)     19 January 2010

Yes. Payment of salary is sufficient proof of employment. You can espouse an industrial dispute before Conciliation Officer under Section 2A of Industrial Disputes Act 1947 read with Section 6(2) of Sales Promotion Employees (C.of S.) Act 1976.

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