Advocate & Consultant
Abdul Quadir Awate
Hr & Admin Head
Deputy Head Hr
2nd September 2015 From India, Chandigarh
What has been written in your appointment letter in regards to your releving in probation period? is there any other issue which you have not highlighted?
Going to the labour court is easy, but if the management can prove that the termination is legal, then do you have proofs to encounter them?
Think rationally, If the ouster is based upon some paperwork, be extra careful..
3rd September 2015 From India, Mumbai
In other words, the post on which you are appointed should not be of casual/temporary nature and you should have served for the minimum of 120 days (6) months, for the Labour Commisioner to be convinced that the post was not temporary. On the contrary, if the post is permanent, bus still you have worked less than min. 120 days, still you stand o lose.
My above explaination should clarify where you stand.
- Abdul Quadir
5th September 2015 From India, Pune
13th October 2015 From India, Mumbai