Termination Of Appointment - Notice Period - CiteHR
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Asish.mund
Hr Professional In Automobile Manufacturing

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As per the appointment letter terms & condition:- (organisation in which i am working)

After confirmation in the companies service, your service are terminable by either party giving three months notice to the other in writing or salary in lieu there of.

In the present scenario no candidate is serving notice period of 3 months. Most of them are serving notice of one month max and are ready to pay the basic salary in lieu of rest of the term.

But there are some positions in the company where in relieving the candidate within one month is very difficult from the company point of view.

As a HR professional what steps needs to be taken to counter these issue if we need three month notice period from the candidate.

Is there any other practices are going on in industries to address this issue ??

Do i need to change clause of appointment ?? I dont think so it would be valid because if he is ready to pay basic salary in lieu of notice period we are bound to relieve him.

Please suggest / advice

Regards

Asish Kumar
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Well, employees are following the same as mentioned in terms and conditions so you can't take action for this but this situation can be handled by mutual discussion between the employee and employer and being a professional both should understand each other issues and you can ask them in positive manner to stay for a little more if possible for them.
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