Legal Implications Of The Service Agreement Between Employee And Employer - CiteHR
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Hi All I need an immediate response from you I worked for a XYZ company in Bangalore I signed a service agreement of 24 months while joining The service agreement says if I will breach the server agreemnet then I have to pay the training cost incurred by the company Rs 1 25 000 I worked with that company for almost 6 months Then I got some health problem due working in the night shift I have informed regarding the same to the manager nothing really happened Then my husband told me to quit the job because of my health condition The left the job without any notice ie on 14 Nov 2011 After some time I received the letter from the company to get back to the work immediately then I sent an email that I wont be able to join the company and consider the email as the resignation and last day as 14 Nov 2011 After that I have received the letter for requesting the payment of the 1 25 000 and I have been terminated from the job from 14 Nov 2011 I didnt replied to the letter then I received two mor
On genuine HEALTH GROUNDS, If your health is not permitting you to work in the night shifts and in the long run, if this can cause serious problem to your health. You can explain the same about the consequences that company may have to have if you happen to continue working in night shifts though you had primarily agreed by signing the agreement.
No organisation can force you to work nor they have such rights to demand employee to pay the training amount when there is a GENUINE HEALTH FACTOR. I wonder, does it cost a company Rs.1,25,000/employee towards training? Its ridiculous.
Please make a note this point "Since they had terminated you, they have no right to demand or request you to pay the training amount"
With profound regards

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