When Company Is Saying To Leave - CiteHR
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Dear Sir /mam
I have joined organization 1.5 months back .Its a mobile manufacturing unit and now they are telling me to leave as they failed in implementing their plan. They are telling to resign so that they can give me full and final. They are just paying me one month salary. Though I told for two months. I don’t know when I will get the job. They have retained people who were working with them for longer period of time.
I feel they should give me compensation till the time I will get the new job. What should I do in such scenario? Can I take legal action? Please provide the phone number if any legal advice to be taken. I will call.
Kindly advice and support!!
regards
Shipra
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Dear Friend,
Please go through offer of appointment and your acceptance, their letter of service rules, Organisation acceptance as an employee with their service regulations and take your steps accordingly....
best of luck ........
Company will give you notice as per offer letter and nothing more.
One cannot ask for compensation till he gets a new job.
You need to refer to your appointment letter to get a full idea of your terms and conditions.
Further, I will add
The law requires that in case of retrenchment they are required to terminate new employees first and oldest employees last. Another are doing the right thing. There is no life time job guarantee.
If you are under probation you may actually not even be entitled to notice pay. And if they chose to retrench you are eligible to get only 1 month pay since you have worked less than a year

Yes! First of all you need to refer your appointment letter terms and conditions of your employment. Specially for notice period clause.
In this regard, please refer to your appointment letter clause and accordingly abide by the same. Making hue and cry will not serve any purpose and ultimately you will be looser.
Dear Friend,
Its hardly a matter of 1.5 months. And you are talking about legal action. Don't go for this.
Please take the F&F whatever they are giving and search new job from now onwards.
Rgds

Dear Friend ,
Please see the terms and conditions of your appointment letter.
If you were on probation period , employer can terminate services without notice.
If you have not completed 240 days of continuous service , you do not need any notice or pay in lieu of notice.
I agree with the opinion given by Mr. Abhay. So it is bvetter to take full and final and bid good bye to company.
Thanks /Regards
RL Dhingra ,Advocate,
Labour Law Consultant, Delhi
9818309937,
Email:rld_498@rediffmail.com
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