Breaking Notice period in Corporate Breaking Notice period in Corporate

Hi, I work for an MNC (IT), which has 90 days notice period. I have resigned a month ago. I requested for an early release and mentioned my willingness to pay for the 2 months which I will not be able

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Posted 3 weeks ago


A. Dear Client
If you do not have proper relieving letter then you might be accused of the having dual employment which can cause serious problem in you future employment. Also the background verification will negative for you.

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Bond Absconding - HR is sending me threatening mails Bond Absconding - HR is sending me threatening mails

Hi experts, I have joined an IT company 5 months back and signed a bond letter of 3 lakhs for 2.5 years, I left the company after serving for 4.5 months and I don't want any experience letter because

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Client,

You need not worry about it as the HR doesn’t have the right to threaten you to get the 3 lacs Rs.

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Legal document which can have stds norms before signing up Legal document which can have stds norms before signing up

i want a legally drafted agreement which can be done for signing deals between my organisation and the client

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Client,
To get an agreement drafted, you may contact an advocate who can help you in this matter.

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Gratuity eligibility - gratuity act 1972 Gratuity eligibility - gratuity act 1972

As per gratuity act 1972, 240 days are working days Or calendar days

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Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Sir,

GRADUITY – MORE THAN TEN EMPLOYEES – 5 YEARS CONTINUOUS SERVICE.
4years 240 days is enough for claiming gratuity.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/employee-benefits-india-payment-gratuity-what-himachali-gphr/

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/gratuity-required-complete-5-years-continuous-service-rahul-kumar/

Dear Sir,
The amount of Gratuity is equal to 15 days salary for every completed year of service.
Gratuity calculation is (Last drawn Basic+DA)/26 X 15 X No of co ...ReadMore

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IT Service Agreement - no salary is stated IT Service Agreement - no salary is stated

In service agreement, no salary is stated. Is it ok to sign agreement without compensation and benefits. One I signed the agreement, Can I break the bond of IT company, if salary was not given as per

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Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear Client
You can file a complaint with EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) or other state agency- they look and investigate into the matter, and then decide whether the policy should be changed or you should get damages. Or if, they have broken the promise in any manner, you may visit the civil court for breaching the contract.
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Job with 2 year bond Job with 2 year bond

I get a job offer in small IT company and I have to sign 2year bond and submit my original two documents like 10th admit and HS certificate. I sign this bond and submit my original documents. But Now

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Posted 3 months ago


A. Dear Client,

As per the facts mentioned, the company may not sue you if you break the bond as it will not be successful in recovering any money from you through a court order. The company may send you a legal notice as part of their pressure tactics. You can send them a legal notice if they try to withhold your documents.

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Employment bond-Can employer reduce employees salary Employment bond-Can employer reduce employees salary

Can employer reduce employees salary during bond period to 1/3 . Would bond still be in force after reduction of salary

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Posted 6 months ago


A. Dear client,
if the bond explicitly mentions that the amount will be reduced to 1/3 then it is possible or else no, the act of the employer, in this case, is not valid. If they reduce the salary without the presence of it in bond, the act stands invalid and not the bond.
Thank you

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Data Entry Legal Notice Data Entry Legal Notice

I applied for a data entry job in which i have to complete 500 forms in 5 days , i did that and then said that you opened your account in a mobile phone rather than laptop so you have to pay fees to r

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Posted 6 months ago


A. Dear client,
The claims the company seems to be bringing you against you seem bogus. You can file a complaint in the police station against them if they continue to harass you. However, if there were terms in their company policy stating that you couldn't use your personal electronic items for professional use, then there may be an issue. Please look at the terms and conditions of the company and act accordingly, i.e., if you have acted wrongly then you can consult a lawyer.
Thank you.

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Which comes first? The company policy or employment contract? Which comes first? The company policy or employment contract?

My employment contract states that: 1. You will be on probation for 12 months from the date of commencement of your service. At the end of satisfactory completion of probation period you will be confi

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Posted 6 months ago


A. Dear client,
Since you were on probation, your employment contract will be considered here regarding the one month period. You will not be considered to be a confirmed employee, so the three month period should not be applied to you.
Thank you.

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Does Infosys have right to recover money under both clauses? Does Infosys have right to recover money under both clauses?

I am working with Infosys. I got two Special Monetary rewards/Bonus money one is in 2019 (having clause to serve company Oct 2021) and second is in June 2021 (having clause to serve company till May 2

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Posted 8 months ago


A. I have earlier worked for Infosys and I understand that they are very particular about their words. If you are still under the valid period of the said clauses then you will have to pay the money or else you will not get your full and final settlement done.

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