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HR Expert - Answered on Mar 30, 2022

Mayank Rautela is the group chief human resources officer at Care Hospitals.
A management graduate from the Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies with a master's degree in labour laws from Pune University, Rautela has over 20 years of experience in general management, strategic human resources, global mergers and integrations and change management.... more
Anonymous Question by Anonymous on Mar 30, 2022Translate
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Dear Mayank,
I am 42 years old, based in Mumbai.
I left my earlier company in July 2021 after working with them for six years.
They have not released my F&F worth Rs 5 lakhs (including my salary for last two months).
The company has a tradition of holding the money owed to employees who have left and not paying it for at least 2-3 years.
The company is a family run business and is operating profitably.
Mailing them and requesting them to release the money they owe me has not yielded any results.
Please let me know how I can get my F&F.
Thanks,
P

Ans:

Hi.

I would strongly suggest that your reach out to a lawyer who specialises in employment law and send a legal notice to your organisation.

If that does not work, then raise a compliant with the labour court.

 

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Option 1: Online (if you have UAN):
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