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Posted on May 2, 2017, 11:45 p.m.

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If your job was contractual or you had any proof of salary being credited to your account then you can send a formal notice to the company and then file a claim in labour court of your respective district.


I presume that "shut down office "means they have gone in for formal winding up proceedings if not then you should approach the company law tribunal with a winding up petition. The company in question will be wound up, it's assets sold and the first dues which will be cleared is that of the workers and employees.


YOU CAN MEET WITH THE DISTRICT MAGISTRATE FOR YOUR GRIEVENACES REGARDING SOME FAVOUR WITHOUT COMING TO THE COURT OR OTHERWISE YOU CAN FILE A CASE IN LABOUR COURT.


send a legal notice and file a claim under payment of wages act


Thnakyou for the suggestion. Even I was facing the same issue

-Tirthankar Bose March 24, 2018, 9:46 p.m.

You can approach the labour court and file a case there regarding non payment of salary


You have to send a legal notice to the employer and then you can approach the court.


first send legal notice then approach labor court


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I told my Manager three months ago about my intention to leave, but he asked me not to leave for some time as his Ratings get affected due to attrition. I knew him for some time so I agreed to help him in that. Now when I actually did resign after 3 months of informing him, he refused to accept my Resignation stating he did not receive it, even though I submitted in the Company Portal and told me that because he hasn't received the Resignation and I'm not in the office and have clearly stated m

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Posted on Jan. 26, 2019, 8:54 p.m.

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Posted on Jan. 3, 2019, 12:16 p.m.

The company is following hire and fire policy.
The company doesn't give appointment letter and say it is probation period.
The company is not following HR policies.

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Posted on Jan. 31, 2019, 11:17 p.m.

I told my Manager three months ago about my intention to leave, but he asked me not to leave for some time as his Ratings get affected due to attrition. I knew him for some time so I agreed to help him in that. Now when I actually did resign after 3 months of informing him, he refused to accept my Resignation stating he did not receive it, even though I submitted in the Company Portal and told me that because he hasn't received the Resignation and I'm not in the office and have clearly stated m

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Posted on Jan. 26, 2019, 8:54 p.m.

My matter is civil realated in HC Mumbai pending from last two years job related .one seat is kept vacant by court case is at preadmission stage,date is extended to 6 months without hearing.I want early final order within 15 days.what can I do?

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