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Hi Seniors,
Kindly provide a format of agreement/bond between employee and employers before going into any type training, as there has been instances were people after taking training on particular area have left the organization.

Kindly reply, its really urgent.

Rgds
Shipra

les2allan -  Member Since: Feb 2006
Hello Shipra. Have you consulted your solicitior? Even if an employee signs a bond, the employer then exacting some kind of penalty (such as denial of overtime, bonus payment, leave entitlement, etc) may be illegal in your country/province. Thatís not to say that a signed agreement cannot have value in forging a commitment, but be careful where you treat it as a legally binding document.

Les Allan
Author: From Training to Enhanced Workplace Performance
www.businessperform.com

tarunjuris -  Member Since: Sep 2008
can anyone please send me the format of employee agreement to be executed for imparting training by the employer at heavy cost to its employee.
i want to safeguard the interest of employer.
my mail id.

thanks in advance.

amit

agomee -  Member Since: Sep 2010
hi pls i need a format of an agreement between an employee and his employer going abroad for training.




 
 
 
 





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