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Hello Madhu TK,

While agreeing with your unease, I guess this has been a repeated feature of many of those who post their problems/issues in this Forum.

However, I wouldn't agree with your line "Is it that these are useless comments/ advises?".

After all, all of us who take time to post our responses to active issues do so with the LARGER perspective in mind......the CURRENT issue at-hand being JUST the trigger.

There would be others who see solutions in such threads later to THEIR problems......how many of us haven't got 'Appreciates' for postings that we made months/years ago [which we might not even remember that we made]? Such persons wouldn't be giving Appreciates NOW UNLESS they would have found ready-made solutions for similar issues they MIGHT be facing.......even without initiating a thread?

And I am sure all of us ALSO still learn a bit from the threads we participate in. The only LOSERS would be those like this thread initiator who NEITHER respond & acknowledge NOR take note of OTHER'S time spent. From a psychology perspective, this is the surest recipe to keep making the same mistakes again & again.....anyone who can't say a simple 'thank you' is bound to fall into that trap. But, I guess, that's THEIR problem.

And......this may not appeal to everyone.....we are just practicing what's mentioned in the Bhagavata Gita--"perform your acts/action with your best without any anticipation of the fruits". WHO picks the 'fruit' of our advice/suggestions is not for US to guess or expect or desire.

Rgds,

TS

From India, Hyderabad
As a HR Officer i will agree with Mr. Asru J's opinion better to do like so....rather than legal proceedings. seems to be everything verbal discussion only there weren't proceed with any kind of formal letter or leave application. what i am suggesting is please proceed with the firm procedures that might be differ depends on the policies of the firm. and there is the most important thing is if proceeding through legally then everything will interrupts, after that if they allow her to continue she might feel uncomfortable to work in that same ambiance.
From India, Chennai
Anuradha
I believe nobody has suggested going legal at the first instance itself but has only advised to get everything done in black and white and that was why I posted an application which is expected to be in the formal format. There is much difference between applying leave in formal format to the employer and representing the matter before the controlling/ appropriate authority and the latter should be resorted only when the former fails to give any response. If the organisation has an empowered HR person sitting in the top of HR department then there would be no conversation like refusing the maternity leave or asking her to take leave without pay. This has happened in many companies and these companies remain EMPLOYEE FRIENDLY organisations among many of us due to the reason that denial of rights are not objected by the employees. Still, I don't know if my experience of 30 years in Personnel/ Industrial/ HR Management.
Madhu.T.K

From India, Kannur

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