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Hi,
My employer never mentioned anything related to bond during the interviews, HR discussions and not even in the offer letter. However ,the employment letter has the clause that i cannot end the recruitment prior to two years. But it does not mention what happens if i end the employment. No bond amount is specified. Also, a notice period of 90 days after completing two years is mentioned. However, company can end it any time. Would this be valid in a court of law. Please guide
1st October 2015 From India, Delhi
Generally notice period is subject to the company's rules, there is no specific notice period prescribed in law. Coming to the main clause that you cannot end the recruitment before 2 years, its valid only if both parties sign the appointment letter and have copies with one another. If you are not happy with the clause then just ask the employer and get it sorted out mutually instead of going to the court. If you have not signed appointment letter with the clause then don't worry, no one can Sue you.
1st October 2015 From India, Mumbai
Hi,
You should consult with an employment Lawyer, and so him your employment contract. Employment bonds are not valid until those are supported with the valid reasons.
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Sanjeev Kumar Baliyan
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1st October 2015 From India, Pune
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