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Hello to all,

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I am working as a business analyst in a software development company and now my company wants to send me to onsite only for 15 days as of now.
For this they are applying my visa and travelling expenses and before they do that - they want me to sign a bond which states that once i am back from onsite, i cannot resign for one year. There is no compensation mentioned in case the bond is broken.

I have not signed the bond yet as the company has not offered me my expected salary appraisal even after being an asset to company.
Also when the company has done my appraisal they then revealed a hidden policy that once the appraisal is made i cannot resign within 3 months of appraisal.
The company is not a big company and nor even an CMMI level certified. Many of the things were not disclosed to me before my joining so i cannot trust this company and looking for a job change.

Now my questions :

If i take this onsite opportunity and then the condition in the bond that i cannot resign within one year from the date i am back is broken, then what can be the worst implications of it?

Can they recover any money via court?
Can they spoil my carrer?
Can they demand conviction on me?

If any one can help me, i will be thankful to all.

From India, Indore
My company is sending me onsite for 15 days and they want me to sign bond that once i am back i cannot resign from my return date upto one year
There is no compensation mentioned in the bond in case if it is broken.
Can any one suggest that if the bond is broken what can the worst implications of it?
Can they sue me for any amount they want?
Can they spoil my career?
Can they demand my conviction?
Please help

From India, Indore
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