Hi All, I am working in a BPO for two months as an asst.manager HR and my company is terminating me because I have approached my CEO directly. but it was told to me by my senior he is a post of ED in the company, and now everyone is manipulating the thing, and they have terminated me without any notice...like decision came as sudden
I am feeling cheated.....please suggest the disciplinary action I can take against the company.

From India, Delhi
My dear friend, politics is everywhere & in every company. everybody tries to shoot the target by keeping the gun on other,s shoulder. only those survives who can handle these people well.I can only suggest you to give up any Idea to confront with the company because they have a lot of powers and they can prove you wrong. so please find job somewhere else but dont mention anywhere you have been terminated.
All the best
Sr. Executive HR

From India, Gurgaon
Hi,,team HR can you suggest me want would be the action which I can take against the company management. Regards Khushbu.
From India, Delhi
Dear Friend,
Greetings for the day!!!
It happens to almost everyone. You have two options:
1) Either you ask them the reason for termination. The repercussions will be that they will formulate a reason and give it in your hand. At the end you will find yourself nowhere and there would be unnecessary wastage of time. Also, if you proceed legally against the company and the ball is in your court, you cannot continue with them further as you will given with unnecessary assignments and unachieveable targets.
2) Forget what had happened find a new company where you can prove yourself and go ahead.
Overall, these all are experiences and you should learn from these. Always remember, everything happens for good, if one door closes and many others are opened.
Hope it would serve the purpose.
Thanks and Regards,
Syed Yasar
Human Resources

From India, Delhi
As per termination provisions of Shop and Establishment act a reasonable cause and one month notice for removal applies only to employee employer continuously for 6 months.KSCE Act sec 18 read with rule 3. Check provision of dismissal in shop act in your state.
If you are in a revenge mood then file a complaint under Industrial Dispute Act before Asst Labour Commissioner or Labour Officer concerned.

From India, Thrissur
Many on these thread has given you the correct suggestion,Its a learning for you.Let me tell you the fact that when we acquire qualifications we are not tought the manuplation and practicle handling of our profession, it comes with such better experiences.You have to be extra intelligent and talentated to survive in the corporate.I suggest you aquire and hone your skills and look out for better opportunities and rise up to the level where you can make descisions and then you can fight for such injustice for others as well.
You need to work hard and be positive and you will be successful.

From India, Vadodara
I dont know what kind of guys u r ...instead of fighting u guys r asking him to join new job somewhere...do one thing dear search job somewhere else and after getting job file a case against that company and fight for ur rights....dont leave them at any case ......is is written somewhere taht u will be fired out if u contact the company CEO...after all u r an employee and u have all rights to do soooo
From India, Madras
Management has right to manage. There is no law that I know of that restrict management from managing. There is no need for you to start fighting a cause you are doomed to. You worked for two months, and you want to nake claims? It does not work like
From Nigeria, Lagos
Just go with majority.Find new job.No need to sue the previous company as it will give a bad impact on your career.Be diplomatic in your next Job.But you can do one thing to teach them the lesson by straight away filing a written complaint to CEO only whatever has happened.No need to worry as said above if god close one door many other doors are opened automaticaly.

From India, Delhi
Dear Khusbu,
Almost all the employment contracts in India have an \"Employment at will\" clause,meaning the employer can terminate your services anytime with or without cause,but under Industrial dispute act they need to pay one month notice salary.

From India, Bhubaneswar

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