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  • 25-12-2012, 02:46 PM
    lifesamess

    Re: Why am I charged for broken laptop if CTC amount is deducted?

    Hi buddy

    As it was due to your negligence that the company's laptop was broken, then certainly you are required to pay compensation for the same. The company may provide you with another laptop as it will affect yours and in turn the company's work but before that they will sure deduct the losses related to the previous laptop from your salary.

    Now if you think that already the charges have been deducted from your CTC earlier and now they are deducting it again the second time, then of course its wrong on your company's part and you should certainly get this clear from your HR . Go to your HR and talk to him about this situation. Tell him that 2 times the charges for the loss of laptop have been deducted from your salary and that you want to know the reason for the 2nd deduction. I am sure he will give you satisfactory explanatiion for the same and if there has been a mistake he will certainly correct it.

    Good luck and God Bless
  • 27-11-2012, 01:55 AM
    Unregistered

    Why am I charged for broken laptop if CTC amount is deducted?

    Company in which I am working provides laptops to each employee at managerial level. I am working since 4 years here. Due my negligence my laptop was broken. When I asked for another laptop, company denied and in spite of providing me another laptop they deducted the amount of loss from my salary. I want to know that if a amount in the name of CTC is already been deducted from my salary then why is this deduction made?

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