Shrithi Started The Discussion:
Dear All,
We are planning to introduce bond for the freshers joining us. I am working in a Software company.
Pls suggest the parameters / points to be included in the bond. Also share the general practice that is followed currently in the industry.
Thanks & Regards,
Shrithi.
13th May 2008 From India, Bangalore

Hello I am attaching the format of the employee bond, you can change according to your needs. Hope it will help u. regards Tejesh.
14th May 2008 From India, Mumbai
Attached Files
File Type: doc A G R E E M E N T.doc (37.5 KB, 8515 views)
File Type: doc EMPLOYEEMENT AGREEMENT 112.doc (25.5 KB, 5471 views)
File Type: doc EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT.doc (21.5 KB, 4212 views)
hello satish, here is few appoinment letter formats....i hope these will solve your purpose.....
16th May 2008 From India, New Delhi
Attached Files
File Type: doc Appointment Letter Sample.doc (39.5 KB, 9295 views)
File Type: doc App._Letter[1].doc (30.0 KB, 3159 views)
File Type: doc appointment letter.doc (39.5 KB, 3509 views)
File Type: doc Appointment_letter_-_Format.doc (39.0 KB, 3495 views)
File Type: doc Appointment_letter_-_Format[1].doc (37.0 KB, 2937 views)
HI Sohini Roy Thanks a lot, It is relay useful to me. kindly give me your personal Id it will help me in future for any quires. Thanks in Advance With Best Regards N.Sathish
16th May 2008 From India, Madras
wolud like to know the legal repurcussions of a bond in indian context.Is it legally valid in courts if challenged?
17th May 2008 From China
Hi All, Please reply legal repurcussions of a bond in indian context. Is it legally valid in courts if challenged? If it is not valid in court of law than advisable not to go for that. Sunil Mehta
20th May 2008 From India, Rajkot
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20th May 2008 From India, Madras
hi, can any one tell me the legal impact of such bonds for freshers. can a fresher resign and join another company inspite of the bond being there and if so what the company can do against him?
20th May 2008 From India, Calcutta
For all who is interested in bond........Please note down that......The Bonded Labor is out of date.........frnds......one can not enforce anyone to sign bond...........It is a matter of independence of a person.........and if u challenge a person who has signed the bond then ur org. should have to prove why have ur org. has taken a bond.........
Instead of Bond.........Use.......Declaration cum Undertaking........where the new employee writes all these things which we want in bond. The main benefit of it is that......any employee can not challenge it as it is signed by that employee it self and it should be on appropriate stamp paper........ Suppose here in my state the stamp duty for Declaration cum Undertaking is Rs. 100/- ......and one more thing if possible make it Notarized........then no one even think to breach the Declaration.......And HR's purpose will be solved...........
20th May 2008 From India, Mumbai
Hello to everyone,
I hv recently joined this community & im pursuing Mgnt course from INDO-GERMAN TRAINING CENTRE, wic give a general mgnt degree and im interested in HR..... u all being hr professionals plz guide me hw to go abt getting into hr........nd share ur experenince wen u joined the organisation.
20th May 2008 From India, Mumbai

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