Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling
Raj Kumar Hansdah
Shrm, Od, Hrd, Pms
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8th February 2013 From India, Mumbai
Pl give the clarifications (Cite Contribution) requested.
However, going by the wordings you used, you SEEM TO BE VERY PARTICULAR to join Idea Cellular--why only Idea Cellular & not any other reasonably good/large Telecom company that exist in the country?
8th February 2013 From India, Hyderabad
There are no Labour Laws and Acts that regulate these aspects; and many employers draft Draconian Agreements. Certain clauses of NDA and NCA have not found favour with the Courts as it infringes with the Right to Livelihood of a person.
Such agreements will look good in Law, only when they provide a "pension" or some monetary compensation for the period during which they intend to debar a person from seeking another job.
Everyone has a right to feed his family.
In certain professions people will only go for a competitor in that industry. Can anyone expect, for example, a TV anchor not to seek job in another channel but to work in hospitality industry ?? Should an air-hostess seek her next job with Railways instead of any other airline ??
8th February 2013 From India, Delhi
So like Rajkumar mentioned TV anchor will only go for media industry jobs and media industry HR people will only give preference to tv anchors and not to air hostess ;)
9th February 2013 From India, Madras
It is an agreement between two or more parties/companies that they will not indulge in poaching activities from the other parties/companies, who have mutually agreed to do so or not hire employees coming from those companies in such an agreement.
This kind of agreement is rare in India and does not valid or enforceable under law but since it is between two or more parties, the parties to agreement have full authority to do so till the moment they want to stick to it or it does'nt adversly affect their business interest.
I think the motto for such an agreement is just to stop the employees from switching one competitor to other, where there are few players/competitors but limited skilled manpower is available. In such a scenario, the employees switch quite often and ask for phenominal hikes as the requirment is crucial.
Such an agreement was recently proposed at IGI Airport, New Delhi for the retailers operating at Terminal-3.
The copy of the same is attached herewith for reference.
9th February 2013 From India, Mumbai