Anonymous
18

Hi Senioes,
myself praveen working as senior accountant in pvt. ltd. company i am working under finance manager... before few days the manager ask me to leave the company saying that your performance is beyond our expectation therefore you are advised to leave the company however when i have denied to leave the company since then manager has been harassing me every day and i have also complaint to management the management also supporting the finance manager saying that if your senior does not want to work with you then why don't you leave the company,
the company want forcefully resignation if i not resign they will continue harassing me...
pls guide me what should i do...
can i approach labour commissioner for harassing me & demanding forcefully resignation,
plz give your valuable opinion,
Regard
Praveen

From India, Basti
nathrao
3096

Once a company decides not to continue employment,there is little others can do to help.
Courts are there but time consuming and expensive.
Either one faces problems boldly or leaves.
It is not worth continuing in such an atmosphere.

From India, Pune
Anonymous
18

sir, first of all thanks for your valuable input..... pls tell me can i approach labour law/labour court for harassing me for demanding forcefully resignation,
From India, Basti
"your performance is beyond our expectation"? If so, certainly, no employer would make all efforts to retain the employee.
From India, Kochi
Dear Praveen,
I would suggest you to discontinue with the job as they will torture u mentally and they exploit you and your skills or else they will create a scene where u will b held responsible for a loss of a company and for the same reason they can put u behind the bars so dont take any chances look for a new job and be done with before leaving ask for the relieving letter and letter of conduct.
May god bless u


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