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Ashutosh Thakre
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Hello Guys!
I really need help in something,
Im going to resign in my company but they ask me to pay before they can release me, now my question is, im still in probationary period , do i really need to pay them? It was really hard for me because they asking too much, my uncle told that i dont need to pay for anything because im still under probation, i already signed contract and my visa had already transfer in the company, now im confuse if i really have to pay them, thanks hoping for your response ASAP..

From Bahrain, Manama
Hi, Please give us some clarity, are you trying to buy out the notice period? What is the separation clause mentioned in your appointment letter?
From India, Bangalore
Hello Kindly check the clause mention in your appointment letter. as far as I know, Notice period don’t deduct or add in probation period.
From India, Dehra Dun
It seems that you are supposed to go abroad for your job, as you mentioned that VISA is ready with your company. In such case the penalty clause has to be paid which includes all the expenses done by the company for your journey. As mentioned by other learned members please check the exit clause before proceeding for your resignation
From India, Ahmadabad
If the tickets and visa has been processed and this has been done for you, then if you leave, you shall have to bear the expenses. Just because you are on probation, does not mean that this was not for you.
If you ignore, then the company can file a case against you.
Ashutosh Thakre

From India, Mumbai
Im still under probation my visa now is under the company but i am a local hire.
probationary period: The first three months of employment will be considered as a probationary period, during which the employer may terminate the agreement giving one day notice but without any compensation to the employee.
the company only spend money to my visa and uniform, and by the way i did not sign any contract yet, what i mean about that is i already sign the offer letter, since im a local hire i guess they dont need to ask me to pay for ticket or something i came here in bahrain for a visit visa only.
And one thing 3 months is my probation period and im resigning under it, should i pay or i need to go authority and inform what happen?
I totally appreciate all your help guys, and hoping i can make up with this thing. Thanks and God Blessed

From Bahrain, Manama
Please elaborate your query, you mean to say that you are locally hired if yes then from where either from Bahrain or from India.
If you are hired from Bahrain, on your visit to Bahrain then how come your employer has paid for the Visa, which is not known to me.
If you are hired from India and the employer has paid for the Visa for Bahrain, then how can you treat it to be your visit, are you a celebrity ???
Last but not the least If the company has paid for your Visa and Uniform, then you are liable to pay all the damages incurred by the company.

From India, Ahmadabad
Do you mean to say, that as you are a local hire, the company will not have to extend your Visa and none of the expenses on the same, meaning, if there is any problem in Bahrain, you yourself is responsible for the same.
If you have been to Bahrain on Visit Visa and not employment Visa, how can you claim to be Local Employment? You are mixing things, just to wriggle out of a situation.
You cannot work in a foreign land on Visit Visa... The company will have to convert your visa as employment visa.
Ashutosh Thakre

From India, Mumbai
Dear first have a look on your appointment letter of termination clause, if the clause indicate on probation period then u may act accordingly other wise you need to pay as per your clause
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