hrkpati
13

Dear Tajsateesh, Your lines seems that you are simply abusing the noble profession of the world, but I do not deny the experiences you had with advocates.
From India, Guwahati
Ryan
89

Dear HRkpati

The details of expenses you mentioned in your post are normal recruitment expenses for any level of hiring - there is nothing special about it.

The organization will have to prove that the expenses were incurred only for this particular candidate in order to claim damages.

Let's turn the discussion around - what if the organization has to withdraw the offer of employment due to a variety of reasons eg. market conditions, recruitment freeze, company restructuring, finding a better candidate internally through job rotation or an employee reference. Will the organization reciprocate and be kind enough to pay such a candidate who gave acceptance of the offer and resigned from his job, at least 3 months of the offered salary so that he can find a job? If the answer is "no", then you know the principles of natural justice are not met, so any such case reaching court will not be entertained.

It is better for the organization and that HR department to swallow their pride and spend the time fruitfully in hiring new resources. Perhaps they can be more stringent when hiring during the next time.

Regards,

From India, Mumbai
ramkumar81
Has the company replied to aceptance email??? as u have ended the mail with an question.
From India, Bangalore
Anonymous
same happen with me, please suggest me

Summary of Your Obligations
Upon review, executing this Letter
of Intent and Agreement to Serve
Official Duty (“Letter”) as your
acceptance of the employment
offer and obligations enclosed in
this Letter.
If upon accepting this offer of employment, if you decide not to
join the service with ---- on the Date of Joining
then you will be charged for the cost of hiring, time spent on hiring
process and recruitment firm consultancy fee; the total charges
would be:
30% of total C.T.C (Cost to company) i.e. total of current fixed salary & BPLP P.A.
Issuing an acceptance of offer
surety cheque.
As part of your acceptance of this offer of employment, you have
issued a cheque to ---- for the following amount
and with the following information:
Acceptance of offer cheque amount
(in words):
:
-
Cheque number: 04576454
Cheque bearing account number:

Bank name:
Reviewing and accepting the
required term of employment
obligations.
After joining the Company, if you leave the employment during
the period of training, or if you fail to take up regular employment
after completion of training or for any reason leave the service
with the Company before completion of a Minimum Period, you
will be liable to pay up to the following amount as liquidated
damages to .:
30% of total C.T.C (Cost to company) i.e. total of current fixed salary & BPLP P.A.

From India, Delhi

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