Exactly.......we will ask her to resign and move out instead of terming it termination....would that be ok ?
From India, Mumbai
4. During the course of your employment with us, you shall not take up any other employment or assignment elsewhere and you shall devote your full time and endeavor to sincerely and diligently discharge the responsibilities assigned to you.

7. It must be clearly understood that this Contract of Service is made, based on the information furnished by you.If it is detected that you have attempted to conceal or suppress any material information, then the Company shall rightfully terminate your Contract without assigning any reason and/or without any notice and or any compensation whatsoever besides taking any other legal actions as it may be deemed appropriate.

9. On matters not specifically mentioned herein you shall be governed by the rules of the Company as are in force/amended from time to time.

The above three are some of the relevant clauses mentioned in her appointment letter.

So, I guess , sending resumes using official PC and email id to other companies during office hours, slightly rude behaviour with a very senior person from the management, not a favourable feedback from her previous employer, continuous net surfing for personal use , using company mobile for innumerable personal calls could be termed as negligence of duty and reason enough for terminating her probation period.

Of course, we shall be asking her to resign in order to avoid problems for her in future.....hope this should be fine.Please advise.

From India, Mumbai
You can not ask someone to resign! That tantamounts to blackmail.
The employee has not been confirmed yet so ,sevcices can be terminated without assigning any reason.
Yes, in number of occasions ,employees are informed that process is on to terminate their services and that causes them to resign as they would rather resign than be fired--looks bad in background check.
What is slighlty rude behaviour ?No justification required during probation period.
Regards,
Col.Suresh Rathi

From India, Delhi
sorry i Can’t help you in this matter as i am a new joining,next time i will surely help you out.
From India, Chandigarh

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