Malikjs
Gm (hr)
Ravi.kirana
Advocate
+1 Other

dear sirs,
i have a query pertaining to the validity of service agreement initiated by the company and employee ,i had worked in a manufacturing company for less than 6 months ,then i had to leave the company on health grounds as this brief exposure in the company had some serious effects and irritations . beside the prospect was not good either. recession effect resulted in job cuts all around .so i joined a psu company for job security.i send resignation letter also to my ex employer.now since the service agreement was for 5 yrs,they have filled a case against me for this breach of contract.

I want to know the implications of this bond agreement(in which i had to serve 1yr on probation 4 yrs after training in the company if the suit is not followed i have to pay rs 2 lacs to the employer).......but i want to know if i reccived no proper training am i liable to pay the bond amount?Is the companys interest superior to indivisual's health, cant i do a job that suits my current health status.

pls reply.

From India, Daryapur
dear
we have posted many threads in this regard earlier which u can get from this site.
this type of agreement does not have any legal sancity.this agreement it self is void abnitio.if they have filled a case than no problem ,you hire a advocate and defend your self.
the said agreement is void.
tks
j s malik

From India, Delhi
i agree with "Leges", the agreement is not void ab initio and terms can be enforced subject to proof of investment for training by the Company. Also, malikji, your comment that the agreement does not have any legal sanctity, appears to have been made in hurry, why don't you have a look at the Agreement once before passing such comments?
regards
Ravikiran

From India, Bangalore
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