How To Lodge A Complaint Against My Previous Employer? | CiteLegal
sahunnn Started The Discussion:
I worked in a it firm from 26-09-2012 to 24-06-2013.

at the time of living company my salary was due approx 30000/-.

the employer told to pay the dues in next 1-2 months.

as now I call him he is like not intrested in paying my salary and alway told to call next month to ask for salary.

I want to know my fever points and how can I lodge a complaint against him?

Please help.
Dear Mr.sahunnn, at the first phase let us know your profile, how did you got re-leaved, was it trough proper documentation or just a oral re-leaving, similarly how was your appointment,, what are the clauses of the said appointment letter, did you adhere to all the clauses to it, do you have your claim sheet signed by the said employer, if you have your claim on document duly signed and stamped by the employer it is your right to get the money recovered. also let us on what date you have got re-leaved, and this approx rs.30k pertains to which period. we will be able to give you suggestions as preferred by you which r in your favour only after getting a proper and a specific reply on to the above posted questions.
I gave a oral leaving notice to employer and also asked if written one is required.
they said to wait till 20 day but I'd left in 14 days.
I've offer letter and Work experience certificate from employer.
The amount 30000/- is my due salary in company account.
it's appprox three months I left but till they not paying my amount.
So I want to know the legal procedure.


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