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How can my employer deduct an amount from my salary without giving me proper justification of deduction. They only said that my arrear in the form of other payments is being wrongly given to me and hence per month it will be deducted.

Salary deductions Mistake in arrear calculation
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Employment
Posted on 11-Sep-18
Advocate Akul
Answered on 14-Sep-18
AN employer cannot deduct the salary without giving any justification. Employer has to provide under what head is he/she deducting the salary of the employee.
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