(1) You have a word with your line manager/employer regarding the concern and give an email to your line manager regarding your query and the discussion you had. If your line manager/employer is still not paying you give weekly reminders to the email. Be polite in your emails and express your need for reimbursement of past dues.
(2) If the option provided above is not working then you may give a legal notice to the company for payment of your past dues. Remember such an action may go against you and hence always consider the second option when you feel that you have job in hand and you are ready to claim back your dues. Before you exercise option (2) remember to store with you hardcopies of all documents and emails that you have written to your line manager/employer.
2nd June 2011 From India , Delhi
If you are a workmen.
you approach to the office of deupty labour commissioner and file a case under payment of wages act.
under section 15 there is provision of ten times penality against employer.
31st August 2012 From India, Delhi
Have you ever inquired about the problem you have to the concerned department of your co. If not then try to do so. If at all they overlook this problem then plz consult with a legal counselor to serve a legal notice to the co. and wait for the reply as per instruction by your legal counselor. For more details you need to send a request to me i.e. rabkenam at the rate of gmail.
4th July 2013 From India, New Delhi