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Anonymous

Posted 1 week ago

I have been on unpaid oeave since 1 July due to medical conditions. Having informing the employer right frm begining about pregnancy n sharing medical certificates yet employer is harrassing and asking me to rejoin. I am eligible for maternity as per law from 8th month.Infact they have removed me from all.official sites, taken all company assets, not providing me any increment or bonus to which I am eligible till I am on payroll. Please suggest

A. Maternity benefits and related leaves are guaranteed under the law. Politely tell them that if they do not let you have the maternity benefits then you will be complaining to the labour commissioner. Their act amounts to breaching of the law and for that they can severely penalized.
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Anonymous

Posted 1 month ago

If the psychiatrist is not allowing to go for second child because of some reason, is it legally advisable ? What the Indian penal code states regarding this ?

A. Dear Sir,
It all depends upon medical records but a psychiatrist cannot ask you to not to go for second child without basing his suggestion on other medical records. It requires personal discussions.
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My wife is working for a financial firm for the part one year ( Number of employees more than 50). She has been pregnant for the past 11 weeks and we were waiting to avail to the maternity leave 8 weeks prior to delivery date. For the past 6 weeks she was not keeping well and had to take frequent leaves. She informed about the pregnancy to her manager. But yesterday her Manager called and ask her to resign stating that she was not able to perform. Is forcing to resign legal during pregnancy? Is she entitled for 26 weeks (maternity leave period) paycheck?

A. Dear Sir/Madam,
You can approach Labor Commissioner and get appropriate action against HR and the Company.
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Vibha tam

Posted 3 months ago

My wife works with MP state gov job cerk, she is 5 month pregnant. Her office send the letter to her that she has been transfer to a new place which is 50 km from our place. How can we stop this transfer as it is inpossible to travel 100 km per day to and from . Traveling in bus during the Pregency period would be risky.

A. you can submit a representation stating the facts of the medical situation, and if not resolved approach the concerned High Court and get stay on transfer order,
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Dear Sir/Mam, I am working in a well known IT company in Noida, I live with my husband and 4 years kid. My job has shifts (morning, evening till late in night and night). Somehow, I convinced my manager and worked for 1.5 years in morning shift as I had to pick my daughter from creche in evening. My husband took care of morning routine of my child. But now company is forcing me to work in all shifts and that too from office and no work from home. My husband doesn't have shift model and many times get late. I have signed up for 24*7 shift in offer letter so HR is forcing me now to work innshifts and come to office. What could be done in this case and if I could ask flexibility as my legal right to take care of my daughter post 6 pm ( after daycare)?

A. Hello,
If you have specifically applied for any shifts, then you must stick to it. If you are 24*7 shift like you mentioned then you must only work for maximum hours laid down by law and not all shifts. You can file a complaint and get relief.
I would advise to first solve the issue amicably and peacefully with the HR. If it does not bear any fruit, you may proceed legally.
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Ms Nusra

Posted 5 months ago

Hi, I have been working for a company as a senior journalist for more than 6 years... I got married in November last year and when I went to put my papers... My editor in chief offered me work from home on the same salary citing it as a regular employment... Now that I am pregnant can I claim my maternity leave... What will be the process... Am I getting a paid leave as I am working from home and how can I claim my gratuity... Please suggest... Will be grateful as I am 4 months pregnant...

A. why gratuity? are u thinking of leaving the job?
you are entitled to the maternity leave as per the law.
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Hello sir i preparing for central govt job plz tell me that what is policy for two child job in central govt. job i have 3 child.

A. Dear Sir,
If you have three child then you may not be entitled to seek such benefits available to parents of two child scheme.
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I work with a Pvt. Ltd. company in Bangalore and I had been on Maternity leave from Jul 2018 to Dec 2018. Post maternity, i requested for a extension of 3 months LOP which was granted by the organization I returned to work after 2 months itself, however, the company had decided to terminate me. can i move a legal case in this regard

A. Sure ma'am you can file a complaint against them immediately.
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Anonymous

Posted 8 months ago

Dear sir, I am working in a private firm where there are less than 10 employees working for the past 4 years. Am I entitled to get paid maternity break? What if the boss opposes? How can I defend myself?

A. Mam you are legally entitled to get your leave. The state of Maharashtra has now increased the period from 180 days to 360 days.
If in case your boss is denying you maternity leave you can complain against the same and get in touch with women's welfare authorities of your state.

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Rajakumari Palani

Posted 9 months ago

In private hospitals doctor says that's govt put rules that if first delivery is c section the second should must c section should not take normal delivery is that true

A. There is no general thumb rule which is followed here. Neither are there any govt rules prescribed for the same.
Cross Section or Normal Delivery is opted on the basis of the complexity of the case. In general terms a normal delivery is preferred and a cross section is opted only in cases of extreme necessity or according to the wishes of the patient. However there is no govt rule which says a C section delivery must continue with a C section delivery in the next pregnancy.
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