Mindhour Partner, Ass.professor/adm. Officer,
Human Resource Domain
Business Development Manager
You can talk to HR and negotiate for a valid solution. On medical grounds, sometimes company may give benefit to the employee. Sometimes the company will grant you leave without pay till the time you are fit to resume your work. You can talk to HR and ask more about your company's policy about this.
14th October 2014 From India, Delhi
To start with, if you were expecting to get married in 1.5 months, I'm assuming that you knew where your fiance worked, so you should either have informed the compnay of the same and asked for a posting in Hyderabad or not joined in the 1st place. And why you signed a bond in this situation is beyond me.
Please check your offer letter to see if the 3,00,000 was Net/Gross pay or CTC, as it makes a huge difference in the steps you could take.
Do you have any original documents tied up in the company, if not than it is easier to negotiate your release.
Check if your company has a legal dept. and if they face huge turnover in employees, this can influence their decision to go after you, most company's won't chase a fresher as it is expensive (legally), not worth the effort (as you're a fresher), and since you are a woman, could rebound on them (socially), however some make it a point to do it as a matter of princple.
If it is core IT job, coding/programming or testing that can be done on a laptop, check if they will let you work from Hyderabad, most probably they won't let you do this as you're a fresher, however by offering it in writing you show that you are trying to resolve the issue to the best of your ability.
If your company does not give you leave for your health issues, and if they are problems are related to femininefertility issues which are not treatble in Chennai, you can raise that as a claim for early relief.
A word of advise:
1. In your dealings with the HR, be polite (no point in making them angry)
2. Get everything in writing (e-mails)
15th October 2014 From India, Madras
16th October 2014 From India, Arcot