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Thread Started by #sujith.sundaran

My company provided me the experience certificate with wrong time period for e.g. 12th Dec 2009 to 24 th June 2009. Already I have paid bond money to that company. So I would like to know whether I can go against these company for the favor that they had done to me.
15th August 2010 From India, Pune
Greetings,
Please write back to the company for a corrected experience certificate and attach the release document including the resignation you submit with them and all the communitcations you had thereafter. This error might be a result of misinformation or plainly a typo . So initially submit data and request for the correct letter .
This should work, though it might take some time as the HR department might revisit the information you provide and issue you a new letter. But it should come to you.
Regards,
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15th August 2010 From India, Mumbai
this is a current " trend" just like a foreplay in movies
to add the spices :
more tilt is on the process side instead of pavements for the results: also there is basic problem in indian education system
depicted below in short
say to score 55% markes in university of mumbai / surat or banglore is much more difficult as to score the same from universities located in ncr/raj / north-eastern parts of india
but when it comes to corporates ..same benchmark is weighed upon
"a person below 55% score is not deemed fit to appear for writtend interview"
the rest is circus
regards + thanks
16th August 2010 From India, Ahmadabad
Dear Sundaran,
Settlement is always better than legal action, and so (Cite Contribution) have good solution for you, because once you initiate legal action, to handle this company will have a designated person and enough resources but I wonder if you can devote that much of time and resources.
16th August 2010 From India, Karnal
Dear Sundaran,
Settlement is always better than legal action, and so (Cite Contribution) have good solution for you, because once you initiate legal action, to handle this company will have a designated person and enough resources but I wonder if you can devote that much of time and resources.
16th August 2010 From India, Karnal
Dear Mr.Sundaran, As suggested, kindly settle the issue by requesting them for a correction in the letter rather than to make an issue out of it.This must have been error in typing. Regards' Jyothi
16th August 2010 From India, Visakhapatnam
Hi Mr. Sundaran,
As suggested by some of our friends the best possible way will be to speak to the HR Department about this and I am sure they will definitely see to it that the necessary changes are made.
17th August 2010 From India, Mumbai
What makes you feel that, purposely company has issued you a wrong experience certificate??? I feel it is a stupid mistake of a junior employee, who typed your experience certificate and manager has blindly signed it. Bring this mistake to the notice of concerned and I am sure they will correct it.
Do not jump the gun. Anyways no legal action can be taken at this stage.
If at all they refuse to correct the mistake, then and then only you should think of legal action.

17th August 2010 From India, Pune
My dear Sujith,
Our senior colleagues have correctly suggested you the right path. Please take this path only and get your problem solved. If you take legal recourse, you may not get sympathy of the court of law for such a trivial mistake. On the contrary, the court may pass strictures against you for taking the things so rigidly. Please cool down, go your former office and get the things done in person. One calm visit is sufficient to get a revised certificate.
Sincerly,
Shyam Agrawal
17th August 2010 From India, Pune
This exactly correct because, June always comes before december in an year.
But please give details of ur actual working period....
Check urself that there is no logic in the certificate they've issued and any one could easily guess that it is a typograpical error.
Good Luck
Sudharshan
17th August 2010 From India, Madras
request HR for corrected letter within a reasonable time frame(say within a month). If no reply comes u can issue a Legal notice to them for the mischief as well as demand back the Bond money is paid.Any employee bond is illegal. Supreme Court of India has held that every citizen has a right to better job opportunities and he can not be held in bondage(what to say of payments for release of bonds). I am advising all the companies not to take any employment bonds as they are not enforceable in a Court Of Law.
Safaya
Consultant (HR & Law)
18th August 2010 From India, New Delhi
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