Aussiejohn
Workplace Assessment And Training
Sushilkluthra@gmail.com
Consultant In Legal Matters
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Hi Team,
Could anyone suggest me that to take original certificate/ Signing of Bond / Salary deduction of new Joinee employee, is it right approach ?.
It is done, to confirm his surety of employment for time period such as 1 yr
1) When candidate- fresher( we can use this approach)
2) When candidate having exp- 1yrs, 2yrs ---5 yrs
My query is this if we are hiring exp candidate (1yr, 2yr,3yr) so should follow the same approach????
Thanks,
Rakhi malik
HR

Hi Team,
Could anyone suggest me that to take original certificate/ Signing of Bond / Salary deduction of new Joinee employee, is it right approach ?.
It is done, to confirm his surety of employment for time period such as 1 yr
1) When candidate- fresher( we can use this approach)
2) When candidate having exp- 1yrs, 2yrs ---5 yrs
My query is this if we are hiring exp candidate (1yr, 2yr,3yr) so should follow the same approach????
Thanks,
Rakhi malik
HR

Original certificates are taken for verification purposes only. These are not goods on which employer can have any lien. Rather if employee wants return of these and employer refuses to return those, it will be an offence under section 406 IPC committed by employer as discussed in recent thread how to get originals back from employer- legal action.
As fas as execution of bond is concerned, pl see recent thread entitled "Break of Bond" and reply dated 27.2.2015 therein. It is consequentially evident that no deduction other than prescribed under Shops and Establishment Act or Payment of Wages Act where ever applicable, can be resorted to.This is irrespective whether an employee is fresher or experienced.
Thanks
Sushil

This subject has been discussed many times here on CiteHR.
Why are employers continuing to commit this - what I assume is - illegal act??
Why are the HR people here not standing up and saying we will not agree to this archaic and shameful practice?
This will only stop when enough people shout loudly enough that it must stop.

Pl read recent thread titled "Forced resignation of HR for raising voice". One can understand the plight thereafter. This sort of malaise prevails elsewhere in world. Recently one innocent guy who imparted training in Australia, was robbed of his dues and he pleaded on this site what to do. When moral values are degraded in society such scenario prevails. Anyway we will try to look for appropriate solutions as I suggested in above quoted earlier thread.
Thanks
Sushil

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