Firstly, you need to register a complaint with the Gurgaon police stating that the company you were working with is missing without paying your dues. This can be done by you or through a lawyer/representative who shall take your written complaint to the relevant Gurgaon Police station and thus an FIR will be lodged by you against the company. Try to lodge the complaint in the right police station of Gurgaon (one which is the locality where your office was situated).
Also, mention in your complain that you are threatened not to approach the police. This will be a vital evidence for you to claim protection, if required in future.
Based on the FIR you can iniciate a case of forgery and chetting (fraud) on the company and claim you dues. You need to be sure that you have with you a valid work contract (agreement) from your past employer and it would be beneficial if you can show that you had received salary/wage from the company.
Hope you do get back your rightful dues in time.
17th June 2011 From India , Delhi
18th June 2011 From India, New Delhi
Hope your query was answered. Try to get the helof a local lawyer/paralegal who can help you to sort it out.
20th June 2011 From India , Delhi
As advocate_sroy, says you can take up the legal measures against the company
But , do consider the amount of dues you need to receive and expenses involved in the legal procedure till you win the case.
Fight for justice.
Think before you react.
28th June 2011 From India , Bangalore
I hope that you would not mind my comments.
In the above case, there are 2 matters of fact in question.
1- labor termination without due course.
2- Criminal Course of Action.
you can make a complaint to labor authority such as labor ministry or labor arbitration or court. to do so, you have two options
first, via attorney at law and second, via labor union leader if you do not know how to confront with your ex company. generally, attorney at law charge fee but labor union do not charge fee, but only expense some a mount of money for litigations and transportation. you may be re-payed your seniority payment( severance payment ), fee for remaining annul leave, damages, (fee for non-notice letter of dismissal) or final wage.... pursuing to your types of contract.
you may have to sue to the police station locally,informing that you were threaten via the phone, but make sure that you have enough proof to support yourself. It is a criminal case which concludes of fines as well.
to conclude: criminal case here is light to sue ,but sometimes it can push your labor case to recall some amount money from them.
6th September 2012 From Cambodia ,