Anonymous
in Civil Law
Asked November 10, 2018

Termination of employment without one month salary

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Employer terminate my service without one month notice or salary

Answers 8

Hi,

Kindly provide details regarding your employment and the contract of employment. The termination of service depends on the contract of employment.

For further queries pls feel free to contact at 9987332089

Regards,

Adv.Priyam Chheda

Agree Comment 0 Agrees 4 months ago

You  may complain to the Labour Officer and or file a complaint of illegal termination with Labour Court.

Agree Comment 0 Agrees 4 months ago

Kindly describe your service that in which company did you work or in which crade did you come under. 

If we talk about termination and wages then you can easily file a case under Payment of Wages Act through any legal counsel.

For more details or want to do a case kindly contact me on 7985255102 (Adv. Mohit Dhingra)

Agree Comment 0 Agrees 4 months ago

Employer cannot terminate your service without any proper enquiry or charges against you. And the weight of the guilt is weighed before awarding punishment as termination. only in case of clousure of the full company only one month salary and all come to be a question. if no closure you are entitled for re-employment and if you were terminated illegally in which the manner dosent know to law then you can claim backwages for the period of unemployment. 

Agree Comment 0 Agrees 4 months ago
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Dear Sir,

You may raise the issue with the labor commissioner under Section 12 of Industrial Disputes Act. 

Agree Comment 0 Agrees 4 months ago
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Dear Sir,

You may raise the issue before Labor Commissioner, who may resolve the issue as per procedure laid down under Section 12 of Industrial Disputes Act, 1947.

For full procedure contact me on mobile through the Administrators of this Website.

Agree Comment 0 Agrees 4 months ago
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We required more information in your case like your salary and designation etc 

Affer that we can give you proper advise

Atul kumar Advocate

Mobile no. +91-9891391096

Agree Comment 0 Agrees 3 months ago

Hi

Pl. check Termination of Service clause in your appointment letter. If it has a notice pay clause, you may demand the same from the employer in writing.

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