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Statutory dues not being paid by employer

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(Guest)
Yes resignation letter was acknowledged & pf alone has been paid

Kumar Doab (FIN)     08 September 2017

The processing of PF indicatess to acceptance of resignation.

Funds in PF a/c maitained by EPFO are not in employer's control.

Declinature to attest PF application can invite penultimate actions.

 

Kumar Doab (FIN)     08 September 2017

Originally posted by : Trivendra
Yes resignation letter was acknowledged & pf alone has been paid

Has the employer issued acceptance of resignation also?

Has the employer supplied any written communication on exit formalities, NOC/NDC, handover of charge/assets etc etc?

Do you have NOC/NDC, acknowledgment of handover of charge/assets etc etc?

 

Have you submitted your details of pending payouts, under proper acknowledgment?

 

Prepare your FnF statement and supply to good offices of appointing authority/MF/CEO, under proper acknowledgment!

 

Kumar Doab (FIN)     08 September 2017

Gratuity: Submit FormI under proper acknowledgment and mention that 'Notice of Determination of Gratuity' and payment has not been supplied to you despite representations in person/by emails/ etc to Mr. Ms....................on dated.................

 

Thereafter the Controlling Authority of Gratuity is to be approached............

Kumar Doab (FIN)     08 September 2017

As suggested by Mr. P. Venu, lawyer's notice may help.

Kumar Doab (FIN)     08 September 2017

Winding UP Petition: Your counsel specializing in company matters can update you on it and issue  statutory notice.

 

It is upto you to chose the recourse deemed as fit by you and all employees that accroding to you are equivalent to creditors...................whose unpaid wages and payouts are debt on employer..........  

 

Hope you are sure that employer does not have any grounds and merits to charge/retaliate you with loss ..............


(Guest)
Yes employer does not have ground to retaliate, but he is habitual to file frivolous writs, pretexts. Secondly he drags the matter to morally defeat the claimants.

(Guest)
Yes employer does not have ground to retaliate, but he is habitual to file frivolous writs, pretexts. Secondly he drags the matter to morally defeat the claimants.

Kumar Doab (FIN)     08 September 2017

Relieving letter signifies employee has resigned and nothing is due towards employee.

Submit FnF statement as per your own calculation and ask to verify and accept it as accurate , mention that PF has been processed post resignation, and that NO tasks were pending at your end (hope you can establish it if the need be), NO assets are with you, NO handover has been asked and pending at your end, highlight your meritorious service/awards/rewards/incentives/appreciations  etc and to  ask to supply formal letter of acceptance of resignation, service certificate, relieving letter, correct FnF statement, payouts as per correct FnF statement, Form16 as per correct FnF statement, NOC/NDC, etc etc ………………within say next…………..days.

 

Thereafter chose the recourse as suitable and deemed fit by you at your end.

Controlling Authority of Gratuity, if it is not paid can act as per provisions of the Act:

Payment of Gratuity Act,1972;S; 8,13

https://www.labour.nic.in/sites/default/files/ThePaymentofGratuityAct1972.pdf


(Guest)
Is there any time limit for filing the claim for, gratuity, salary, earn leaves,

Kumar Doab (FIN)     08 September 2017

How old your claim is?


(Guest)
Last working day 4th September 2015

(Guest)
Last working day 4th September 2015

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