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mitr
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Hi Guys,
I wd like to know something about blacklisting of Employees.
Is there any way to do it? Some employees leave companies on a very bad note, sometime they just disappear (abscond).
So if company wants to threaten them it always says that we will blacklist you! Is there any firm out there who holds the current list how can u access that?
Guide me !
mitr :(

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nazneen n
Dear HR,
Incase an employee is involved in breach and other violation of policy which leads to termination . I would like to know how a company can blacklist him from the industry ?
Is there any site or forum for this ?
Thanks,
nazneen

From India, Bangalore
K.Ravi
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u can terminate him and forget it, rest u need not worry where he goes and what he does, you cant tell whole world ,,, that he is fraud etc.. jaane do yaar, our politicians do corruption in lakhs and crores still they are popular,, then he is mere an employee..
From India, Pune
Rahul Chhabra
152

Well i would suggest the same.
For the IT/ITES, NASSCOM is the body concerned. They came up with something called National Skills Registry (NSR), headed by Mr. Som Mittal. You can search the same on google.
Regards,

From India, Delhi
rosagesarabhai
Hi,
I am working in IT industry. I have an offer from a cmpny which hires employees on there payroll & sends them 2 wrk with an MNC cmpny. First I accepted there offer & later I denied it because i don't find it safe. So the 2 companies threatened me that they will blacklist me @ NASSCOM. Both cmpnies are IT majors. Can they do it? I had not signed any doc with them yet. Is there any blacklist which they can circulate among all IT companies?
Please guide me.......

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psdhingra
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Dear Rosage,

At first you need to be sure whether you have formally accepted the company offer in writing or not. The doubt arises, as on one hand you have stated that you have accepted the offer and on the other you have stated that you have not signed any document with the company. However, if you have not signed the acceptance on the offer letter, forget that, as your fear will be baseless.

As regards the black list with the NASSCOM, I don't think that such a reputed organisation would keep such nasty record of employees of the whole of India. Of course they may be having some record of the blacklisted companies. But, you cannot find any such list, for employees or employers) at the site of NASSCOM.

Still if you want to be doubly sure, better contact NASSCOM at their site at the following Link and ask them if they have the list of blacklisted companies and employees and what is the cost for that:
Contact Us <link updated to site home>

Naturally, if they don't have any such list they would reply you about that, otherwise they would intimate the price of each such list.

Just try to check that.

P S Dhingra
Vigilance & Management Consultant
Dhingra Consultancy Group
New Delhi

From India, Delhi
ashwanthfernando
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Hello,
First lets put things straight. Indian companies threaten employees under the name of "blacklisting" them, so that they cannot get a job in the future. However, you leave a company, short notice, absconding, insubordination, whatever, the employer cannot blacklist you from future employment.
If the employee finds out that a particular employer is preventing an employee from future employment, he can sue the employer for an ungodly sum of money in court and WIN!! The employer will have to go to the streets.
So, don't ever, ever think about blacklisting an employee. Things don't work that way, what you see as unfair, will not be unfair to everybody. If an employee disappears, absconds from your organization, think about what you can do to decrease attrition rates, instead of taking unlawful shortcuts. That is the correct route.

From United States, Minneapolis
ashwanthfernando
3

Hello,
First lets put things straight. Indian companies threaten employees under the name of "blacklisting" them, so that they cannot get a job in the future. However, you leave a company, short notice, absconding, insubordination, whatever, the employer cannot blacklist you from future employment.

If the employee finds out that a particular employer is preventing an employee from future employment, he can sue the employer for an ungodly sum of money in court and WIN!! The employer will have to go to the streets.

So, don't ever, ever think about blacklisting an employee. Things don't work that way, what you see as unfair, will not be unfair to everybody. If an employee disappears, absconds from your organization, think about what you can do to decrease attrition rates, instead of taking unlawful shortcuts. That is the correct route.

Please don't get caught in a class action lawsuit. It will be very detrimental to the company and the 1000s of employees working under it.

From United States, Minneapolis
ryanthegreat
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first of all find out why the employee absconded?? There has to be some reasons behind it. Even if the employee absconds, just forget about him. If the employee has behaved unethically that doesn't mean the organization should also behave unethically. Power of networking if abused, is more dangerous than a spurious case of absconding...
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