I have been recently forcefully resigned from my service.Can i take any legal recourse against this?
From India, Asansol
Please provide us the case study with all necessary details......
Ofcourse you may proceed with the legal actions but before that, whether the specif fact you are talking about is an issue or not under law has to be decided for which without the material fact any guidance would be based on opinions and assumption lacking accuracy.......

From India, Bangalore
Dear Madhab

Normally you will find following wordings in appointment letter under notice period / termination / separation clause “you will have the option to terminate the contract of employment by giving 1 month notice in writing, or payment of the basic salary in lieu of notice period to the Company. Similarly, the Company may also terminate the contract of employment, without assigning any reason, by giving 1 month notice in writing, or payment of the basic salary in lieu of the same”

The way you have choice of separation through resignation letter similar way company have choice of termination with or without giving any reason.

Resignation is always better than the termination. In case of termination getting 2nd job becomes difficult, in case of resignation still companies are considering CV’s.

It is difficult to prove in court of law “forceful Resignation”,

If still you wish to process further, you can contact lawyer, they will give all ways to fight for your case, now you have to decide by giving full stop here and go ahead next step for career or file legal case.

From India, Mumbai
hvkris Account Manager
Check out the valid reason for the removal. In appointment letter there should be a clause about the notice period where wither party has to give notice period before removing.

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