Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
Laxman K.
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Any employee during probation period discontinues with his services , is he required to give notice period of one month? can please some one advice me...
From India, Chicalim
There are different views on this subject. I feel that notice is required to be served by an employee so as to enable the employer to find a suitable candidate to replace the one who is leaving. As far as a probationer is concerned, since the employer is not losing much to find a fresher, a few days notice may be sufficient.

From the employer's side also notice shall be the same. That is, if a probationer is required to give notice, then inorder to terminate his service also notice of similar duration should be served on him. If the notice from the employee is required for the employer to find a suitable candidate, notice from the employer is required by the employee to find a suitable and alternative employment for him. This is applicable for probationer also.

In practice, notice period and length of notice will be decided by the terms of appointment orders or the standing orders of the company. If the appointment order states ( usually it is like that only) that "during probation your service is likely to be terminated without notice" then no notice is required to be given by such a probationer while leaving also. It is implied and has justification also.



From India, Kannur
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