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Very true Mr. Raghunathan,
Many employees are immediately released from their services irrespective of the notice period, but this depends on the circumstances.
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Dear Sir
Thank you Raj Kumar Sir for your appreciation.
I agreed with your point that employers use unethical means when employees resigned (critical resource) in the name of their policy. This policy sometimes varies from employee to employee also.
Here I want to know whether we have any forum present in India who can take action against it. Or HR can able to take action atleast against the reporting manger for unethical behaviors like loading the employee with difficult tasks or not helping the employee or harassing the employee because changing company policy is not that easy. As a HR we have to help employee, professionalism is also some things. No one has right to harass any one just because they’re leaving the company.
We have law of natural Justice!! Will it be helpful in such cases?
I hope I am not diverted from the discussion.
Regards
Nancy
Nancy

I'm glad you are thinking and inquiring if there is any forum present in India which can take action against unethical behaviors, harassing the employee and your feeling as a HR we have to help employee, professionalism is also some things. Though I would love to hear others and also from Mr. Raj Kumar to whom you've addressed this query to, I must admit as much as I know there isn't one strong body, or if there is any, I wonder where, and this is restricted to India.

I have been (in all places that I served) and will always be a strong advocate of the employees (wherever I am or will be). I've had no issues doing so, though it takes a long time to get people to convince to change their original thought and to look at a different perspective. At times I have felt it's probably not so difficult to convince managements, as they can see the BIG PICTURE, the future of the enterprise and their own future, however, on the other side it's the individuals who need to do a lot of thinking to carve their future. I find that IT has been the spoiler of individuals, because of the demand and supply, money and comfort. They are just lucky to be in the right place at the right time perhaps doing the right thing. The industry is nearing it's peak while some of the other avenues are growing, and if I would risk, I would predict that IT will be just another support service as Administration is. We have to take lessons from all this and those who will enter the newer arenas such as - Energy, Environment, Education, Entertainment should take enough care to enable smooth engagement and ensure that they formulate a "culture" that is steeped in "Ethic's and Value's," which is what our country needs desperately at this point of time. Approaching our 67th Independence Day, I would really want to ask everyone, "Are we really Independent, in India where "Ethics, Morals, Values and Honesty are at the lowest?"

I sincerely believe "we can" because we are an amazing race on this planet along with a few.
Dear All,
I would like to know if anyone is aware of any forum who can take action against unethical behavior of employers.
It will be sad if we don't have any forum who can take control over unethical practices in India. As a HR I am and I will help my employees on this. And if we try to convince may be we can change thinking of management. I know it's also involved the image of company & can affect the brand.
I agree with Raman Sir point that we are celebrating 67th Independence Day, but still lots of reform are still needed. But I am happy that there are people who understand this & trying for it. Like here in this community where I can see people bring such kind of cases. It shows that we are not ignoring it or careless about it. But we are against it and want changes on it.
Wish you all happy independence Day..
Kind Regards
Nancy
Dear Nancy,

Thanks for your wishes on Independence Day.. and our wishes reciprocated.

Just point to ponder over - what would Mahatma Gandhi, if he were alive this day and if he was the Prime Minister, what would he deliver as a message in his I. Day speech standing on the rampart of the Red Fort, be like, and for that matter what would be the speech Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru who delivered nearly 17 speeches on this day from 1947-64, would have as his message to the nation on Ethics and Values.

I quote you, "But I am happy that there are people who understand this & trying for it. Like here in this community where I can see people bring such kind of cases. It shows that we are not ignoring it or careless about it. But we are against it and want changes on it."

I have immense pride in this land called India, I believe there is hope.

We are perhaps sowing the seeds. When we cut an apple we can count the seeds, but do we know how many apples each seed carries.

Let's keep forging on - Chalo Munna Bhai eshtyle...
Three months of notice period is a career killer. No company would hire a mid level professional, if they tell it at
job interview, that he needs 3 months time to join.
A product's next version get released in 3 months these days.
Many people are forced to resign without any job and search for a job in that 3 month's notice period.
But if company comes to know about that, they ask the employee to immediately go.
This is unethical, NASCOM/Labor authority should pitch in and ask companies to reduce notice period to
one month.

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