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Posted on Aug. 26, 2017, 6:06 p.m.

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Posted on Aug. 18, 2018, 8:03 a.m.

I worked in TCS for five months and now have given my resignation. According to service agreement, there's a bind of one year and notice period of three months. After serving one month notice period, I want to quit. I'm even ready to pay the shortfall and the vond money, but company is not allowing me an early release, even though my current project is ready to release me.

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Posted on July 12, 2018, 9:10 p.m.

I used to work in the company in Delhi 3 months later due to my brother's sudden illness, I left the company after giving verbal information about my condition. After two months the company sent me a notice of fraud and theft. When I talked to his lawyer, he told me to return the salary of two months.
I am not in condition to return the salary immediately.

What I should do?

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Advocate Prateek Gupta Advocate Prateek Gupta

The Private Employment is bound by the terms and conditions mentioned in your Employment Letter. If it is stated in the Employment Letter that you are required to give two months notice or in lieu of the same two months salary, then you are bound by the same. However, if you were in probation then different scenario may emerge. Kindly share your Employment Letter for more details.

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Posted on May 27, 2018, 3:15 p.m.

I've worked with a company even on Sunday whenever required, I hadn't provided proper offer letter, In their offer letter there was an incorrect date of issuing the letter and even they have not mentioned any notice period and all.
When I was hired, I was verbally assured to be given a hike of 20-30% from my then salary after a month. But, this was never implemented despite my follow-ups. The only reason I was given for not paying as promised was incompletion of projects assigned. Please be i

Corporate Law  

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Advocate Samrat Chaudhari Advocate Samrat Chaudhari

You can definitely sue the Company if you have not been paid your salary, however, you cannot sue them if you have not got a salary hike, as giving a salary hike is discretionary for the Company. To prove employer-employee relation, documents like employment contract, offer letter are important but they are not the only document.

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Posted on Aug. 18, 2018, 8:03 a.m.

I worked in TCS for five months and now have given my resignation. According to service agreement, there's a bind of one year and notice period of three months. After serving one month notice period, I want to quit. I'm even ready to pay the shortfall and the vond money, but company is not allowing me an early release, even though my current project is ready to release me.

Corporate Law  

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Posted on July 12, 2018, 9:10 p.m.

I used to work in the company in Delhi 3 months later due to my brother's sudden illness, I left the company after giving verbal information about my condition. After two months the company sent me a notice of fraud and theft. When I talked to his lawyer, he told me to return the salary of two months.
I am not in condition to return the salary immediately.

What I should do?

Corporate Law  

Answer

Advocate Prateek Gupta Advocate Prateek Gupta

The Private Employment is bound by the terms and conditions mentioned in your Employment Letter. If it is stated in the Employment Letter that you are required to give two months notice or in lieu of the same two months salary, then you are bound by the same. However, if you were in probation then different scenario may emerge. Kindly share your Employment Letter for more details.

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Posted on May 27, 2018, 3:15 p.m.

I've worked with a company even on Sunday whenever required, I hadn't provided proper offer letter, In their offer letter there was an incorrect date of issuing the letter and even they have not mentioned any notice period and all.
When I was hired, I was verbally assured to be given a hike of 20-30% from my then salary after a month. But, this was never implemented despite my follow-ups. The only reason I was given for not paying as promised was incompletion of projects assigned. Please be i

Corporate Law  

Answer

Advocate Samrat Chaudhari Advocate Samrat Chaudhari

You can definitely sue the Company if you have not been paid your salary, however, you cannot sue them if you have not got a salary hike, as giving a salary hike is discretionary for the Company. To prove employer-employee relation, documents like employment contract, offer letter are important but they are not the only document.

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