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Respected Seniors,

I am Doing job at Visa and Immigration Consults office at Ahmadabad. yesterday i was absent due to personal Reason and office authority send me warning mail as below.

""We would like to inform you that you have failed to perform your duties properly by not performing the task assigned to you .

It was appropriately explained to you on the first day, that fulfillment of daily targets by each employee is of huge significance to the company's growth. So this attitude on your part was unexpected. The company has huge expectations from you, and you should feel free to communicate any problems from your side.

You would invite strict action in the form of termination, of any positive action is not seen till 15th Aug-2014 on your part.

I Hope this warning will improve your further work ""

Further more office authority not give to me offer letter and appointment letter and they sign to me Contract letter.

when they sign to me Contract letter, I rise a question from them that Give me Company policy letter, appointment letter and offer letter.

Now they refused to me..suggest me what action I can take ....

please suggest me... the way of How to tackle them

If your employer has issued an offer letter or an appointment letter, then in the first place you should not have joined the company.
I suggest you walk up to your immediate supervisor and take his assistance regarding this matter.
Just a day of unplanned leave certainly can impact the productivity however terminating you is a harsh move.

Dear Friend,
I am sorry to say that on the basis of given information I can't suggest you right remedy of the said problem. Because this is incomplete letter. You have missed the date you were absent from duties. And also you haven't mentioned the clauses about your job conditions set mutually at the inception of employment with the said employer.
Kindly send complete detail to get concrete solution.

Dear Sid,
The picture is incomplete. Had you taken this as an approved leave or were you absent without information on an important day is not known. How long are you working in this company and why did you sign any documents even before you received any letters is a mystery.
Therefore give us the complete picture for anyone to guide you in this matter.
Ashutosh Thakre

respected sir, They not giving me Offer letter or any? and i informed one day ago to the office that i am not cumming tomorrow.
Hello Sid,
Unfortunately the company that you work for does not seem to be organized & people oriented. In fact that you have still not received your letters speak a lot.
I suggest that you start seeking out for a new job and meanwhile try to remain in the good books of your current employer.
Wishing you best of luck !!

Hello Sid, as you mentioned in your last comment that, you informed in your office before taking leave, but did you informed them in written? did they approved your leave application?
Hello Sid,

From whatever you have shared, i gather that this is a warning cum show cause notice which is a common step of the disciplinary action against non adherence of company policy.

I would suggest that you meet your Reporting authority and explain why you were "ABSENT" which you mentioned at the outset/start of this discussion thread. Also communicate that this work opportunity means a lot to you and you are not casual about your work. In case a written apology letter is required by them, please do so in case your leave was not approved. Verbal communication in these cases is difficult to prove.

Your response in subsequent threads suggests that your leave was approved. In case a formal leave application was sent and an approval was received formally by email or signed by the reporting authority, please forward the same to show that your leave was formally approved. No employer in their right mind would send a show cause and warning letter out of the blue. Please bear with me for being blunt.

Wish you good luck.

Best Regards,


You have availed a Casual Leave, which does not warrant any disciplinary action. Casual Leave is made available to people to handle casual nature of work.
Now that you cannot curse your employer and continue with them. Doing non-compliance by employer is a very common problem in India. You have two options:
1. Quit the Job.
2. Continue with the existing system.
There is a Government Labour Office to handle this issue, but my experience has not been very good with them.
Select one option of the two suggested.
Avinash Dhomse
M 9925195350

Hello Sid,

Going through your message I understand that you are on contract job with a private firm engaged in visa and immigration services to its customers..

First, let us come to a common understanding that you have taken up the job despite having enough knowledge that you are a contractual and not a regular employee. This means you needed the job.

Next, no organization however unorganized it is, would deprive its employees of basic work conditions and one such is leave of absence. However, given the line of business of the firm you are working (visa and immigration) every time an employee proceeds on leave would result in huge backlog of documents to be processed and some might even lose their validity due to the time-sensitiveness. Hence you are expected to inform and take prior permission with all concerned before proceeding on leave, which I understand did not take place in your case. I am to understand that you have taken an unplanned leave and that too was not informed to your immediate superior.

Next, your employer did not terminate you but issued a show-cause cum warning letter.

Last, (coming back to first) you need the job more than they need you. Hence, may I suggest you not to have a confrontational approach towards your employer. And that do not waste your time thinking 'how to tackle them'. The best way out is to respond to that letter giving factual reasons why you had to proceed on leave and what are the reasons for not informing before. And any time you need to go on leave, take prior permission, best if its in written or email form.

I wish you a long and successful career.



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