Though they were not confirmed need to check terms and conditions as per appointment letter. Also you need to give at least 3 warnings (in written) to give a chance to improve their performance. If all this thing are followed, you may show when required. Instead if you have asked voluntary resignation from employee, would not lead you to this situation.
11th June 2015 From India, Ahmadabad
11th June 2015 From India, Mumbai
My company was terminating them based on the clause by pay back them follow the notice as per appointment letter. However, I admit that maybe we did something which is not so appropriate for not give them any warning letter before terminate them. However, we have given them so many chances by extend from 3 months to 6 months or even 9 months. Therefore, may I know is this a MUST to give warning letter before terminate for a unconfirmed staff?
12th June 2015 From Malaysia, Taman Bukit Skudai
If it is there and signed by employee you may terminate without giving any additional warning letter.
12th June 2015 From India, Ahmadabad