sharmaneesu Started The Discussion:
Dear Seniors

Can you please guide me on the given matter;

do we need to have a receiving copy of notice duly signed by the employee in case of notice of discontinuation of services?. is it necessary for each termination / discontinuation ?.

waiting for early response...
Dear Nishu,

It is always good to keep record of the letter/ notices given to the employees after getting them signed from the employee. So that you have a proof that the employee have accepted it on a particular date.

Normally, this is done to avoid any false legal consequesces that the employee can file againt the employer making any excuse eg. that the company didnt give notice period etc.

You must keep the photocopy or acceptance of every important document that you give to the employee. This also help to maintain employee files.

Thanks Vineet, this is what I thought. Now it is confirmed that this is a practice also in industry. Thank u so much. Nishu


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