Illegal policy corporate or company design Illegal policy corporate or company design

1 year ago

Is corporate or company design/make a policy in which they will fired employee within one week after Onboarding?

Abhimanyu Shandilya

Responded 1 year ago

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A.Dear Client
Since employment with a private firm is a contract between the employee and employer so the terms are regulated by the employment contract signed by both of them and if there is a clause which says that an employee can be terminated within one week of joining then its ok otherwise you can initiate legal action against the compnay.

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