Dear Seniors, If an employee resigns on his own accord, what compensation to be paid if he/she works for more than 5 years. Quote rule position also
From India, Visakhapatnam
This matter should be clearly defined by your separation or retirement policy, which should be part of your Employee Handbook and/ or HR Policy Manual.
A good company makes it clear to employees during induction their entitlements when they stay long in the service or employ of the company!
In the absence of a company policy, your country's Labor Law will be followed. Generally, a labor law mandates the entitlement of an employee after a certain duration of service (expressed in the number of years of regular employment).
Best regards.
Ed Llarena, Jr.
Managing Partner
Emilla International Consulting Services
Tel: 00632-832-9979/

From Philippines, Parañaque

The earlier poster has given in broad terms the entitlements.
Gratuity, for example may be due to you.
Similarly any accumulation in PF.
Otherwise you need to check out your old company's rule book for any specific entitlement being given by the company.

From India, Pune
Dear Sir,
If the contract worker works in central Govt. Contract works
what are all the benefits to be paid to him(as per Minimum Wages Act) on his resignation & retrenchment for the following periods,
(a) less than 240 days
(b) More than 240 days
(c) less than 5 Years
(d) More than 5 Years
Md. Shadiq

From India, Visakhapatnam
Gratuity shall be payable. — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — - Pon
From India, Lucknow

""Hiii mam . Kindly let me know the fees. And venue address""
Good way to learn hearing and interacting with experts.
Homework before attending will pay dividends and if possible list of questions for clarifications from learned speakers.

From India, Pune
Hi Radha, Please let me know fee details Further I have 5 yrs of experience in Admin. Can I attend the same. Regards Rajeev Bhatia
From India, Gurgaon

Bhatia_rajiv,Pshivbaba, Heading itself says free seminar. Such seminars are always useful to attend and learn latest developments in the profession.
From India, Pune
Hello Nathrao,
It's also mentioned that "Experienced Professional from Industry- Maximum with one year experience".
Better clarify the queries/doubts the members have. Else some members may turn-up & go back disappointed.

From India, Hyderabad

Hi tajsateesh,
The post also says:
Who Should Attend this?
For fresh graduates to get a break into HR industry.
But my point was about fees-query on fees was being raised when first line itself said free HR seminar.

From India, Pune

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