abduljaffar Started The Discussion:
Hi. I wanted to know. If the candidate is not registered in NSR. IS it possbile for the HR or Company to blacklist the candidate or put his details in NASSCOM and blacklist him ?
First lets put things straight. Indian companies threaten employees under the name of "blacklisting" them, so that they cannot get a job in the future. However, you leave a company, short notice, absconding, insubordination, whatever, the employer CANNOT blacklist you from future employment.

If the employee finds out that a particular employer is preventing an employee from future employment, he can sue the employer for an ungodly sum of money in court and WIN!! The employer will have to go to the streets.

So, don't ever, ever think about blacklisting an employee. Things don't work that way, what you see as unfair, will not be unfair to everybody. If an employee disappears, absconds from your organization, think about what you can do to decrease attrition rates, instead of taking unlawful shortcuts. That is the correct route.

Please don't get caught in a class action lawsuit. It will be very detrimental to the company, to your life, since the chairman will first rip you - the HR, apart, and the 1000s of employees working under it.

Blacklist in your own company. Not everywhere else. You are lawfully safe then.
Nasscom wasted one. No one have rights black list candidate feature. its a bad think. everyone own freedom. This is Free bird world. its a funny think.
As long as Indian Territory remain a Republic,no need to worry about those things.......................This is not bullshit Gulf region to implement Sultan’s ruleeeeeeeeeee.
Hi, I'm curious to know when companies are large an employee however legally correct cannot take a long stand in court (being practical here) is there an easier effective and correct way to tackle this threat? Some organizations seem to use this as a retention policy sadly.

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