Mumbai | 12 Oct, 2021 (3 months, 2 weeks ago)

Employment and Labour Laws

Employer witholding arrears because of resignation, is this legal?

I received an appraisal at work which was confirmed on email in June but I was supposed to receive it with arrears from April. At the end of August, I received half my arrears and around that time was told I need to sign an appraisal letter which came with new terms and conditions which weren't discussed previously. I resigned in September and now my employer won't clear my arrears without me signing a relieving letter which rephrases some of those terms from the appraisal letter that I didn't sign. Can my employer legally do this?
Answers
12 Oct, 2021 | 06:16

Dear sir
I would like to see your offer letter or appointment letter
Ofcourse your employer is done illegal act
For details discussion you can email me on
irfanss87@rediffmail.com


12 Oct, 2021 | 00:36

No. But it is also an obvious thing that he will not release your arrears easily. You'll have to adopt legal measures regarding that.
For any further assistance, feel free to contact me on my e-mail "shubhampabbiadv@gmail.com"

regards,
Shubham Pabbi & Associates


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