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posted 2 months ago

question iconCompany forcing new contract terms post resignation

I resigned from my job and I am serving my notice. Now my company wants to ammend the exit clause and add the following:
1. Neither I or my friends or relatives speak ill about the company in public or private forum.
2. I cannot avail services of any freelancer working with organisation (I may not even be aware of all parties)
3. I have to defend the company in cases if an ex-exmployee files a court case against the company
4. sign the contract stating that I agree with how the management treats employees and that no coercion was made to sign this new terms

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A.Dear client,
your company cannot add new clause in contacted your exit it is either at the time of commencement or during your working days but any clause after that will not bind you and you don’t have to follow it.
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A.Dear client,
It does not seem legal for them to be able to mandate you to follow all those points. It is advisable to get a professional opinion on whether you should sign the document or not.
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A.Dear Sir,
None of the above clauses binds you and just sign the same and at the appropriate time he cannot implement the same against you. If you do not sign you will be in danger.

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