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Dear Minakshi, I guess this is your first job, so as an experienced person, let me make few suggestions in my point of view that may enable you understand what you're into. You need to think over your job circumstances and come out with best decisions of your own.

So you feel guilty of being fired for a no good reason. But this is very common among many employers these days. I am sure there are lot of vacancies out there waiting, which you need to explore. But in my perspective, I feel that the reason your employer asking you to leave may be something different. A person having sympathy over a sick employee can never fire another employee without a strong factor of dissatisfaction. There should have been some other incident(s) that took place in these six months that kept him strong till he got a chance against you. Think over your short comings in your employment so far, but you need not convey a sorry to your employer first as there are chances that he may not know it at all. But however evaluating yourself about your weak points will help you be prepared and make a good answer when being questioned, moreover it develops you in terms of perfectness in ur current and future job. Now make a list of all the positive achievements that you have targeted and what you achieved so far, include all the simple things you have done in favour of the company and speak with your employer to let him know the good side of you. When speaking with your boss, you need to first make him happy by highlighting the good things he/she has done for you and other staff, as this would make him more attentive to your speech. Finally apologize and try to find out the reason by saying things like 'I know your so compassionate to the staff that you'll not fire me for this reason alone. I thought very much over where I went wrong, but just could not find it'.

Give it one more try, if you have fate of working there, you would, else take it positive that it may be for some good reason, as you may get a better opportunity. either ways cheers and best of luck:)

company have many ways to terminate the employee, Most companies using attendence & bad Manner’s to terminate the employee.
Dear Minakshi,
I do agree with H.M.MOHSIN PERVAZE view, you may have to go to your boss straight forward and convience him with your all good points and then convey the original msg. definately he will agree.
If he dosent then say TATA BYE BYE to this Company and search for better opportunity.
All the BEST. Regards,
Suchita

Thanks Seniors,
I am the only HR here.....I have done very good job here...i made a system after that every employee getting there salary on time....i made recruitment easier....they can not fire me on my performance......fact is that boss has one secreatary....she generally does not follow the rule n regulation of the company....i just stopped her n scold her.....my boss n secreatary (She) relationship is not good.....they are engaged.....though my boss is a married person.....she generally does not do any work.....and go out with sales staff......i don't know where i did mistake....i just asked her and stopped her to not disobey the policy made by company.......Plz help.....bt still I have started to search a job......

Hi Minakshi,
Donot leave any organization on a bad note. If you feel that this is the place where you will have career growth and achieve something then definetely speak to your boss. As rightly pointed out by H.M.MOHSIN PERVAZE, try to highlight the positive work that you have done. Meanwhile you can also look out for different options....The basic funda is your self respect.

Thanks Gopali...Bt i now changed my mind....its not conducive for me work here anymore....I have already resigned....there are lot of partiality here....
Hi,
I newly joined the company just a month ago and i asked my supervisor to approve my leaves for a marriage in family, hence they disagreed to give me leaves and handed me over the termination letter without giving me a specific reason with immediate effect.
hence, shouldn't i get a month's advance salary and being paid for the days i have worked?

Dear Minakshiji,
It is cleared that your HR Concept s does not match with your compaly policy or boss policy.You are on probation and you does not desreve any right to retain your services untill letter of confirmation.Better you leave the job respectfuly and serach another one.
Mangesh Wakodkar
Sr.Executive HR


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