We are the staff employees of a PSU. We had a facility of traveling Andaman through LTC by any airlines of economy class. Some of us availed that facility through different agencies. Accordingly our organization reimbursed those expenses of LTC as per our entitlement. Recently our recognized union made a facility part agreement with the Management where our facility of LTC by air travel was withdrawn by retrospective effect. So we need to pay back that huge expenses of air travel and the cost is so high that our forthcoming monthly salary will be nil for few months as our management is planning to recover it by making our monthly salary nil.
Our question is whether our Management can recover those expenses by making our forthcoming monthly salary nil or we can force our management to recover those expenses by paying us any minimum amount monthly salary?
2 Answers from Attorneys
All affected employees should submit a representation to the Management to recover the amount in 24 equal installments from all the concerned employees salary.
Challenge the withdrawal order in the High Court by way of a writ petition against the PSU . All the affected by may file jointly. You may drop in a detailed query at firstname.lastname@example.org
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