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Sudhir Kumar, Advocate (Advocate) 20 September 2023
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T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate) 20 September 2023
The law requires employers to give advance notice of any termination plans to both the employees and the relevant government authorities. Employees who are terminated without proper notice or compensation are entitled to file a claim with the labour court.
In terms of our labour legislation, an employer cannot just dismiss you without a fair disciplinary hearing. Generally, employees can be dismissed for one of three reasons, namely misconduct, incapacity and operational requirements.
Employees who believe they have been unjustly terminated without notice may seek legal recourse through labor courts or industrial tribunals.
Sudhir Kumar, Advocate (Advocate) 21 September 2023
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Anand G 21 September 2023
T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate) 21 September 2023
One month's salary must be paid to employees who have worked for a year or more. For mass termination in protected sectors, three months of wages must be offered to employees.
An employee who has been dismissed has a legal right to appeal to their jurisdictional authority. The employee could appeal to a court for one of the following reasons:
When an employee seeks redressal of any of the following grievances, they must first establish a case and seek the approval of their local labor authorities. Once the approval is granted, the case may be overseen by jurisdictional conciliation officers, industrial tribunals, or labor courts.