SYED TAUFEEQ AHMED - 11 February 2021
Pradipta Nath (Advocate) 11 February 2021
Employer have no right to hold salary of his employee. And they are bound to disburse salary as they stated in the appointment letter! You may take the recourse either in the Labour Commissioner or before the civil court. You can move a complaint petition before the labour inspector under Payment of Wages Act or else if the amount is hefty you can move a money suit before the civil court. But before that please send them a legal notice
Sadhna Rajput 12 February 2021
Pawan S (Advocate) 12 February 2021
I don't suggest you to go with the litigation with the employer. As you may face un-wanted consequents in future due to this by your employer.
Filing this litigation is not a huge thing but keep in mind the consequences after filing.
Better talk to Finance & HR team and try to get the reason for the delay. And see whether other employees are also facing the same issue that you are facing.
SYED TAUFEEQ AHMED - 12 February 2021
Pradipta Nath (Advocate) 12 February 2021
Don't write this mail. Rather only request him to release your salary at the earliest.
Ravi Shankar (Hyderabad) (9885248496) 14 February 2021
Don't write this mail, ask for salary and keep the evidence for future. refer to your terms and conditions of employment.
SYED TAUFEEQ AHMED - 17 February 2021
Ravi Shankar (Hyderabad) (9885248496) 17 February 2021
if you are ok for litigation, better to proceed with legal notice. before that, it is advised to let them know to settle the matter amicably. don't tell directly that you are going with legal action but give them a hint.