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I recently joined a office where i been only for 1 day,which is of joining day.I dont want to work there.now my question is that I hvnt sign any bond but In agreement letter of the company it is written there that if employee leave the office she has to pay 2months salary. Plz suggest me if I abscond from office what whill happen in terms of Legal Action
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Nothing. Bonded labor is not acceptable. They may 'bark' for sometime. Ignore them and keep going. Do not rant against them or entertain their comments because it is waste of time and energy for you.
If you have signed your offer letter & submitted to them, its professional to intimate the management/HR in regard to this.
Dear Govind singh Negi,
If I inform HR that I dont want to continue with this company ,then again the clause of 2 months salary will come because it is written there that If company will terminate or employee will resign he/she has to pay 2 month salary. now my question is If I abscond then I may escape paying the 2 month sal or If I inform them then what is the guarantee that they wont take any action against me because its written in offer letter that if employee will leave from her wish he has to pay!! plz suggest me what to do.
Harshita
[QUOTE=harshitasolanki;2021885]Dear Govind singh Negi,

If I inform HR that I dont want to continue with this company ,then again the clause of 2 months salary will come because it is written there that If company will terminate or employee will resign he/she has to pay 2 month salary. now my question is If I abscond then I may escape paying the 2 month sal or If I inform them then what is the guarantee that they wont take any action against me because its written in offer letter that if employee will leave from her wish he has to pay!! plz suggest me what to do.

Harshita[/QUOTE

Dear Harshita

If please clear your situation here again that

1. They issue or not appointment letter after offer letter,

2. Because generally the appointment letter have the clause about notice period

3. Are there all formalities of joining complete on first day.

Yet do not take serious generally employer can not take any action like ur situation, do not talk them but reply there call and tell them currently you are not able to come office and busy in personal work
First of all, tell me, why did you quit the job on day one itself.. What is the specific reason ? These days youngsters are so jumpy , indecisive and uncertain about what they want, where they go and why they go.. Most unfortunate decision to quit on day one. Something should have happened to make you quit on day one. Hope nobody had forced you to join the company. On your own volition, on your own desire or intent you joined the company ? Then why did you quit ? Whether you work for one day or one hour, the moment you have reported for duty, you are an employee. Please remember that. As some learned colleagues have mentioned above, there is nothing free in this world. Every organisation spend money / efforts / resources for going through resumes, short listing, identifying candidates, calling them for interview, deploying senior personnel for interview, preparing offer letters, contact the candidate for possible date of joining, briefing the candidate, orienting the candidate - see so much activities precede before you join the company and quit the company like throwing out smoked cigarette. If you think you were very clever and leaving the job in a huff and then asking here the repercussions... These implications, you should have thought of, before even joining ! Can you imagine how much the hardship the company must be going through right now, starting from square one to identify a replacement for your short lived service of one day !

Anyway, it is your life and all the baggages come along with you only. Be stable in your mind and thoughts, take time to decide on your plans consult around and then implement. It is not like jumping into water and asking for swimming lessons through e-amil!
I regret to mention here that many HR professionals are only advising the candidate to go quite, to go silent, switch off the mobile phone, run away to Rishikesh and what not. Please dont try to be a devil's advocate... It will be useful if you tell them the fact instead of converting them into white-collared criminals from now onwards - how to jump bail etc.. Let them face the reality and accept the repercussions. Advise them to take decisions consciously and on their own, instead of making them to take legal recourse for doing something unethical ? Can any HR person here tell that what she has done is right ? Did you bother to find out why she quit the job on day one itself ? How of many of us here have joined an organisation and did not report next day and tell that boldly with a happy face in a forum like this !

My earnest request to all. Please do not support with such run-away vagabonds who do not feel their commitment and own up responsibility. I know, it is not a capital crime nor this is something all of us can support also.

Just imagine if you are the HR person of the organisation where she worked for one day and quit ! How would you feel right now ? I leave it to your conscience to decide.
Dear Ashok Jangra
clearing my situation here again that
1. They issued appointment letter ,in which the clause is mentioned.
2. Are there all formalities of joining complete on first day.Yes Almost but I didnt submit my last employer Experience certificate and Relieving letter as I will get it after some time. I also didnt open a bank a/c by company and didnt login by the id given by them .My access card (swipe) is also not given to me.
Harshita
Dear NK SUNDARAM ,
I quit the job on day because I did not get the opportunity of the work discussed in interview.
Only to manage excel sheets I found no future growth.Thus left it I tried to speak to seniors on day 1 they said
slowly I will get adapted .But my question to you is that I really dont want to work in that company They stll want to retain me.
Now any clause of 2 month salary should bother me or not ?
Harshita
Dear Friend,

Rome is not built in one day. As your seniors rightly told you, you have to start adapting yourself to the situation, learn new skills and only then you can become a complete man / professional. Overnight you cant achieve success. If you are restless and impatient on the first day itself trying to match what they told you during interview and what you are asked to do. No harm in learning new things in life. Nobody can teach you new skills, when you get an opportunity grab it with both hands, instead of running away on the first day itself.

I started my career as Stenographer but retired as Sr DGM / Head of HR after 30 years. During this time, I graduated, did PG in HR, did a Diploma in Russian Language, innumerable soft skills and so on. Had i been impatient like you, I would be nowhere at this point of time.

Since they have mentioned the clause in the appointment letter, they may not catch you but they can always give you trouble, if they want for deserting the company on the first day itself. Much depends upon how they treat your sudden absence, without conveying or communicating your reasons for leaving the job abruptly.

You have to wait and watch the situation. As somebody has rightly mentioned above, these days, a person can be tracked very easily. You have to do one thing after another to delete the track you have been leaving behind in your movement.

You have to take a chance........

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