1.Please analyse, presently in which company you are working and what is your position.
2. Working for a MNC but in Off Role may not add any value to your future career.
3. Check if the MNC has any rules in observing Off Role employees after certain period of time on certain creteria.
If the you are clear on the above points , then make a decision.
Always keep your future growth also in the mind
31st December 2015 From India, Coimbatore
31st December 2015 From India, Gurgaon
31st December 2015 From India, undefined
First of all your question seems to be quite hypothetical, as no private company is expected to keep its office open for all the 365/366 days of a year in any situation. Can you please clarify what type of job you are doing in that priate company of Haryana?
1st January 2016 From India, Delhi
Members can well understand the querist was unable to know for all the 23 long that he was working in a company, which has adopted 7 working day with no rest allowed in the month/year as well as on national day, festival and now after 23 years he wants to know where he can complain about that! Is he not kidding and taking the members as if idiots?
To be frank, I have my own doubt about the author of the original post as well as the present post to be the same, as both joined this forum only 2 days back (31.12.2015). Even the original post about "opportunity to work for a leading MNC automobile company but in off role(3rd party pay role)" also seems to be a hypothetical or academic story by the author just to make fun of the members, who attempt to reply his query.
2nd January 2016 From India, Delhi