I wish to know certain aspects on following:
1. Employee on bench and resigns and ready to server full notice period (2 months).
2. Employee on bench and employer asks employee to leave by waiving off the notice period.
The offer cum appointment letter states following clauses for Notice Period:
a. During your probation period or during extended probation period, your services can be terminated by giving 15 (fifteen) days active notice, in writing, on either side.
b. After confirmation, your services can be terminated by giving 2 (two) months active notice in writing, on either side.
c. It will be mandatory for you to serve full notice period without any leave, to help with your work transition, allowing time for the company to find a suitable replacement, completing the knowledge transfer and full hand over of all your responsibilities to a nominated person.
28th February 2012

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28th February 2012
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my colleague was on sick leave with intimation on timely basis when she resume her duties her senior told not to continue and gave paper to sign forcefully in that case what legal action can my colleague take to have atleast one month notice period to serve than immediately leaving
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