Sanjeev.Himachali
Hr & Od Consultant
+1 Other

Hi respectful sir and madam,
Please help my sister who got strucked in serious problem.
She joined in MNC on January due to extended work timings she asked for release in her project. But her manager refused and said only option is to resign.
So she resigned that job and the company notic eperiod is 3 months. she served 1 month notice period.
In the notice period she go to office by 9.30 in the morning and leave by 6 in the evening.
The problem is, now her manager called her and asked her to come by 10.30 in the morning and leave by 7.30 if thre is work u must be here till 9...
Please help her to come out from this hectic situation...
Please...

From India
There are restrictions on working hours of women employees.Under shops and Establishment Act, a woman employee cannot be detained beyond a stipulated hours. You need to verify what is the stipulated hours of work in the Shops Act of your state.So lng a sthe employer is following the stipulated statutory hours of work, there is little one can do.She can discuss the matter with HR and sort out the problem.
B.Saikumar
Mumbai

From India, Mumbai
Notice Period is not a time to relax...it is a time to complete the work in hand and then go. You maybe interested in this report...Dynamics of Human Resource Management: Employee Separation – Notice Period
This will give you in-depth information about Notice Period.

From India, Mumbai
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