You had joined as senior HR executive, so you ought to know the basics. Induction is familiarization for new joinee with organization, people, systems & processes. Its need of both the company and the employee.
The company can terminate your services on ground of "non satisfactory performance" with issuing proper notice and complying with related clauses as agreed in appointment letter.
A professional company would not terminate in such early stage as you have not yet taken charge and assumed role & responsibilities you were hired for.
There seems some other reason 1) company might have done wrong recruitment- untimely or unsuitable or on later stage development has resulted in untimely recruitment.
1) May do genuine introspection of self..Did you make some grave lapse- hiding of facts etc.??
Do not get dishearten...request the company if instead of termination..Would they accept your resignation?
Wish u good luck
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24th June 2013 From India, Mumbai
Please refer to your old discussion for the same topic.
24th June 2013
I agree with Mr. Shailesh Parikh. Try to have the introspection and with a cool mind try to find why they have terminated your services within induction course period. Labour court is no place for persons like you. Get in touch with the company and try to sort out the matter.
26th June 2013 From India, New Delhi