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Dear All,
One of our friend is working in a reputed company as Associate trainee.
His training period was 2 years as per the appointment letter give.
In the appointment letter there is clause mentioning your appointment will be terminated by the end of second year untill & otherwise if there is no written communication.
But orally they were telling they may give confirmation letter after 2 years.
Now my friend completed 2 years & asked for confirmation now company is telling him to work under contractor or can leave the job & go. Also there are 55 trainees like this & the same message is told to all. They all decided to go on strike but management is not bothered. they are running the plant with casual labours.
Under this circumstances what actions
can take? your views on this please.
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Approach your nearest "Labor Commissioner Office" with representation immediately in writing and attach signatories of all trainess with appointment letters.
I am guessing the fatory owners are exploiting employees in name of training and use of contractors to avoid permanent employee benefits to workers.
PS: If that not working, Come back after 15days I will give some more tricks and tips.
Dear raghvendra,
since the appointment letter clearly states that the termination is automatic in case of no written communication one cannot hold the company liable as your friend has signed the same.As appointment letter is a contract that was signed and companies resort to such clauses to circumvent their liability. how ever your friend can approach the local labour commissioner and apprise him of the situation and seek his help in this is important to know the intention of company.depending upon your friends situation he has to take decision whether he wants to work in an organization which has already indicated it unethical approach to its employees, because this clarity should have been told at the time of appointing as a trainee. They could have given the termination in written form if they wanted.
Where the company is not bothered that you are going on strike and is confident of being able to run the factory with other workers, then I do not think going on strike makes sense.
The appointment letter was fixed term. You were aware of that.
The employment is over and the company is not willing to extend it, you can not by law force them to employe you.
For the moment, you do not have a choice but to work through a contractor. If you are not happy, search for a job in the meanwhile.
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