Hello,
My previous employer has not settled the dues for past six months,although i served notice period of 30days and got relived.
Now neither they are responding to calls nor mails.please guide me how should i proceed in this situation.
I have got HR acceptance for my resignation and reliving letter from them.

From United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi
Dear Shruthi B V
Please give some more information regarding your query.
What is your joining date and leaving date?
What is your employment terms and conditions?
What is the separation procedure being followed by your company?
Please give the details for the above questions so that our members can give correct reply for your query.

From India, Kumbakonam
Thank you for the response,
I joined them in Feb 2012,got relieved Aug 2012 by serving 1 month notice period.
My probationary period was of 3months which i completed successfully and was a full time employee while got relieved.
Separation procedure was general 30days of notice period,for which i have received HR acceptance for the resignation mail.
I was a profitable employee during my notice period too.
Please guide me how can i approach them to get my final settlement done.

From United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi
Thank you for the response, I joined them in Feb 2012,got relieved Aug 2012 by serving 1 month notice period. My probationary period was of 3months which i completed successfully and was a full time employee while got relieved. Separation procedure was general 30days of notice period,for which i have received HR acceptance for the resignation mail. I was a profitable employee during my notice period too. Please guide me how can i approach them to get my final settlement done.
From United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi
Dear Shruthi
Your duration of stay is only 6 months and for six months you will not get anything except your earned salary. Have you received your salary for the last month i.e., your notice period stay.
If not please send them a letter stating that the company has not paid the salary for the notice period being served during Aug 12 and request them to settle the same without any further delay. Keep the record for the same and if they are not responding in reasonable time period then you can send them second reminder under registered post with acknowledgement due. Further you can go for a suit in the appropriate jurisdiction of your company.

From India, Kumbakonam
my sincere thanks to you.as you mentioned in previous mail they haven\'t settled the salary for the month which i served.now i am out of India and they know it so that\'s the reason for nonresponse.
i have already sent them more than 20 mails but no answer.
can you please let me know can i send them a letter from here or its valid only from India,currently me in UAE.

From United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi
Please appoint a good lawyer on behalf of you, so that he can take up the issue with your principal employer be serving a legal notice. And further you can give them your bank account details so that your dues can be deposited in your account.
Further you can claim the same with interest and penalty for late payment, for which your lawyer can guide you in a better way.

From India, Kumbakonam
Dear Shruthi,
There are two category of the employee one is managerial/ supervisory and another is worker .If you are a employee of first category then you have to send a legal notice for recovery of your entitled dues if company fails to pay then a recovery suit can be filed at appropriate court. If you come under the second category i.e. worker then you approach near by labour officer, give complaint in writing they will get your are dues from them.
Regards,
Ashutosh Verma
Advocate

From India, Delhi

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