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About sudden termination
« on: February 02, 2016, 12:42:58 AM »
I am working in a IT company, on January month Company CTO called me and one of my collogue, told us that due to company cost cutting I am giving you warning that we will think about you for next month. He told me personally that my work is 60% and another guy work is 40%. Then he did not send me any kind of official mail that I was in notice period in Jan month. In feb.1st I sent him a resignation mail. suddenly he mail me to leave the company on that day and told me that he is not going to pay me one month of extra salary. What I will do now? How can I file a case against company. I have the offer letter of this company, after complete my probation period I asked him to give me the appointment letter.My CTO told me that this is on process. I have the salary account proof, employee id proof of this Company. Kindly help me what will be the correct step for this situation.
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Re: About sudden termination
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2016, 09:10:51 PM »
in pvt companies nothing much can be done. they have their right to set guidelines for the functioning of the company.

only if it affects your constitutional right than only you can approach labour court.

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Re: About sudden termination
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2016, 07:39:45 AM »
I am working in a IT company, on January month Company CTO called me and one of my collogue, told us that due to company cost cutting I am giving you warning that we will think about you for next month. He told me personally that my work is 60% and another guy work is 40%. Then he did not send me any kind of official mail that I was in notice period in Jan month. In feb.1st I sent him a resignation mail. suddenly he mail me to leave the company on that day and told me that he is not going to pay me one month of extra salary. What I will do now? How can I file a case against company. I have the offer letter of this company, after complete my probation period I asked him to give me the appointment letter.My CTO told me that this is on process. I have the salary account proof, employee id proof of this Company. Kindly help me what will be the correct step for this situation.
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Working less than the capacity (in your case 60%) can be treated as misconduct and you can be terminated on that ground too. However, there is a procedure for it. An independent domestic enquiry has to be done in order to find out the quantum of less productivity and only after that one can be terminated. Otherwise, the termination becomes bad in law.

If you were illegally terminated, then you can file a complaint and claim your employment. However, if you have tendered resignation, then you cannot do much.

Although, after cessation of employment (whether by termination/ resignation) you can always claim your legal dues, statutory benefits etc.

I am sorry to say, but nobody including pvt companies are above the law. The guidelines of companies cannot go against the law. You can always claim before the labour court.
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