Anonymous
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Respected Seniors!
Can you please clarify the below query on urgent basis.
I Recently found that an employee of our organisation is working as an LIC Agent. Is it permissible. According to our policy, no one should be employed other than our organisation on a full time basis. Also no govt employee should work in our organisation. LIC is a govt. organisation...
Can you shower your inputs on the same.
If it is not permissible, what is the immediate reaction from the HR side should be.
Shall await for your quick feedback.
Thanks for your time.
With Best Regards
Devibala

From India, Madras
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Mahr
Vice President - Hr/hcm/people Success
Psdhingra
Legal Analyst, Hrm
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Retired Government Servant/advocate
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Hi LIC is agent is not govt employee . he is only agent to bring policy form people. they are not cover under the govt employee ,
From India, Coimbatore
Is his alleged activities as an LIC agent adversely affecting his performance!
From India, Kochi
Anonymous
as long as it is not affecting the performance in the company, there should not be any objection
From India, Hyderabad
If not specifically barred for part time jobs through the conduct & discipline rules for the employees, you may not be able to impose restrictions on his agency work. You are however free to include that barring clause in the CSO and employees conduct & discipline rules from now on wards.
An LIC agent is not a Government employee. He works merely on commission basis that is allowed to him only on number of effective insurance proposals.

From India, Delhi
Mahr
473

Devibala,
This depends on the company policy. Many employers will not permit their employees to have dual employment. However some employer will not mind their employees to act as insurance agents. If his secondary employment as an agent adversely affecting his performance, then you may take a call. Even if not, you may call him and let him know that you guys are aware of his engagement as an agent and he is not suppose to engage with other employees for the same.

From India, Bangalore

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