Legal Analyst, Hrm
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Pm Rathod
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Hello sir,
Recently I joined the job and there I had done bond, my duration is one month and salary fixed 10k in this organization till I hadn't received any salary,
And now I have to leave the organization because of some my physics problems, so my employer demanding 50,000 rupees as a cost of training but I'm able to pay its big amount so what I should do for get back my certificate??
please sir give me the suitable solution, I'm seriously becomes frustrated

From India, undefined
If you have taken training & sign the bound then you have to follow the term of bound in case if you want to leave the job employer may demand the amount spend during the training so it is advisable for you to follow the term of standing order act. & bound otherwise have to pay the training amount,

From India, Basti
sir.. yeah sir i’m ready to pay the amount but its so costly rather than my salary, just I want to know that, what is the minimum amount I must have to pay them (if my salary is 10k)??
From India, undefined
You may ask legal consultant, whether as per law it is mandatory or nor I dont think so that any law says to sign Bond, Kindly consult legal advisor
From India, Daman
Dear Nilesh,
You are absolutely right bounded labour
is illigal in india. Signing bound is subjected to recover the actual amount
Spend toward the emoloyee training based
on bound No employer can forcely hold any emoloyee
To serve thier employment, however it
Is my personal advised to all employee
not to sign any bound in case of training
The employee must be aware about the
Clause of actual training cost before signing
Thanx & Regard
Devesh chauhan

From India, Basti
What are TERMS And conditions of bond? If it is Rs. 50,000/ your company asked YOU to pay and go, then you have to decide based upon those T&C already signed, as it is company management that can take liberal view not any third person please.Please talk to your senior after preparing yourself with justification as to why you should be helped though its bond , possible you may get his shoulder to support you fully or some part.Nothing is harm here in talking to your immediate senior.
RDS Yadav
Labour Law Advisor

From India, Delhi
I wonder, if you are fed up only within one month of your joining.
However, there are no rules for breaking of a bond. Subject to legal implications, it is at your sweet will to break the bond or not at your own risk & responsibility.
Instead of asking solution on an unclear description, better read the conditions prescribed in your bond or appointment order or give full description here as an additional necessary information to get some appropriate solution from the members.

From India, Delhi
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