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A job is a work or bread and butter given to a person for which he/she is paid periodically. It is one's role in society. With India's growing economy, more and more job opportunities arise every single day.
But as per the current pandemic, 2020 is a curse for everyone; hence, the opportunities are pretty less.
Wages paid for the work we do is known as salary. Salary is the basis of livelihood for those doing a job under a particular company agreement as per their rules & regulations. But what happens when you are not paid on time, the only source of income that helps you get through the month?
There are many wrongful reasons within the companies, and their owners do not pay the rightful wages to an employee for which they have worked for the month and thus it is recommended to be aware of the process to file a complaint against non-payment of salary.
Company owners state a lot of loopholes or wrong reasons not to pay wages to an individual employee.
First, you need to speak to the concerned company's HR, who initially hired you for a particular position. It is their job to look into your matter and resolve your issue.
If he/she refuses to help, you need to find the nearest Labour Office/Area Officer and explain your problem in detail so they can help you out.
Now the question arises that is there any other way out for complaint. Yes, of course, there is; if none of the above process work, you need to make a smart move and file an online complaint against the firm.
You can now file your online complaint with the country's own consumer protection platform, Online Legal India™. With the experienced advocates and legal consultants here, you will be guided through the process of helping you out because, without any valid reason, no company can hold your salary.
Here, we take care of every step that is applying for sending out legal notices, gathering evidence against the guilty, and making them pay the remuneration that they deserve to pay, till the last stage, i.e., the justice that you much deserve.