Reasonless Termination - CiteHR
Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Adoni Suguresh
Sr.executive (per & Adm)
Insolvency N Gst Professional
Retired From Air India

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Hi everyone,
i have query regarding termination which i faced for the first time in my professional carrier. in the month of July i have been appointed with one of the manufacturing company. accordingly i joined to company in the month of august and reported in head office which is in indore (madhya pradesh) but within my probationary period i,e: within 3 months without giving prior notice or information they have terminated me without giving exact clarification. is there any support on behalf of employee to get compensate which created damage to employee career.

Dear Raghu,

What has happened with you is quite unfortunate, nevertheless, this is your version. Unless we come to know the viewpoint of the other side, no proper comments cannot be given.

Removal of employee during probation is exception and need not be routine. During your probation, did you have face off with any superior? Was there any lapse of judgement on your past that made your superiors to lose trust on you? Was there any complaint from customer or supplier?

Removal of employee during probation depends on the terms mentioned in the appointment letter. Therefore, you may check the relevant of this letter.

At this stage take this incident as accident of your career and move on. Nevertheless, there is lesson to learn from this incident and lesson can only be learnt provided if you do introspection.


Dinesh Divekar

Dear Raghu,
Sorry to hear that!!
Did you check, what was the terms and condition of your appointment during probation period. On other who was the competent persons in your position before you had joined this company. Did you check with him/her (ex-employee) why he/she left the job.
Might be through this you will get exact scenario about you next step.

Dear Raghu,
Sorry to hear about this setback in your career ! Dineshji and Mr Sandi have given right advise , to which I would like to add a bit.Please have a frank discussion with your superior and try to know why did they do this.Surely you will move on in your career , with other organisation , but this discussion may make you aware of any shortcoming in you.Remember , there are traits of personality in each of us which are unknown to us but known to others.Knowing this shall definitely help you to move ahead more smoothly in future.

Dear Mr.Raghu,
What the incident is happened in your career is unfortunate. What our friend Mr.Dinesh is quoted cent percent correct in practical. Did you check your appointment order. There must be a clause in case of any unsatisfactory performance during the probationary period is terminable by giving one day notice without assigning any reasons. If it is exists, you cannot challenge company's decision. There must be a reason without which company cannot take such a drastic action against employee. Unless you give correct feed back it is not proper to comment on your query.
Adoni Suguresh,
Labour Laws Consultant

Probation period is to judge the suitability of employee for absorption into permanent position.Your appointment order would have given more details of the conditions.Obviously in the opinion of company you may not have been deemed suitable for the particular position.
Terminating probationary employees also has to be done by following procedure like counselling etc.
However your case is unfortunate,but as learned members advice-- move on.
If you can get an idea of where in the opinion of company you have fallen short,you could probably try to improve upon this area.

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