Served notice period from home. How can i recover my pending salary?
I Resigned from a Company on 30 Nov 2013 and they accepted my letter. But I was not able to provide a notice of One month due to my Illness. As per my medical report I need to take rest. But I helped them from home and one of the employees also accepted that I am helping them.
So in that case can I take my salary till Nov 2013? But till today they haven't provided me my salary and are saying we can't provide you the salary. So What I Can Do?
You should initially make a detailed representation to your company in writing about the assistance offered by you with details, quoting all the persons you have helped during this duration. Also narrate the medical issues you had undergone which caused financial distress, medical expenses and treatment during course of your employment.
Since you have been advised bed rest, the company may under Rules / terms of employment may have to provide you medical benefits / salary etc.
If this does not provide you the desired result, you may send a Legal Notice for the dues to the company. Lastly, if the notice also fails to get you the desired relief, you may approach the competent Court for redressal and relief.
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