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Hello all, I joined WIPRO BPO (Kolkata) on 2nd jan 2009, was terminated on 7th Nov 2009 inspire of sending my resignation by E-mail as well as as by courier as desired by the HR (TED) Ms Aprajita Byas / Ms Rituparna Ghosh, Manager HR (TED)
I was suffering from Jaundice so could not attain office. I was asked to resign, which I did. It was not possible at that time to physically go to their office and resign due to ill health so I sent my resignation by E-mail as well as by courier.. None of these were acknowledged and I was declared absconding and terminated from service.
My Appointment letter as well as Termination letter (issued by their Bangalore, legal cell) clearly states that my full and final settlement will be cleared in due course.
Its been more then two and half years but my dues are not being settled by the Manager HR (TED) Ms Rituparna Ghosh. I have met her at office after lot of difficulties but she says I have to pay one months notice period salary even after bei
31st March 2012 From India , Calcutta
Dear Tanmoy Banerjee
Please explain your HR Department that in case of resignation only you will pay 1 month notice pay to the company. In case of Termination, the concerned company have to pay Notice Pay, Leave Encashment, and any other benefits due to the employee.
31st March 2012 From India, Kumbakonam
Dear S. Bhaskar,
I met the HR Manager, Ms Rituparna Ghosh in person after E-mailing her RTI notice. But the lady is adamant... Says its company's policy matter not to send PF form to the PF office unless a terminated employee pays for notice period. Further the last months salary or any other dues will not be paid to an employee after termination. This she says is as per Company's HR policy.
Since the money in question due to me is much less compared to the legal fees involved she is thinking she won a battle.
I am ready to part with the entire amount if any lawyer can teach her a lesson. I know other employees in wipro who are running from pillar to post to get their release letter.
Since I'm my own boss now I don't require any such release letter so don't have to beg in front of her.
Best Regards
Tanmoy Banerjee
2nd April 2012 From India , Calcutta
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