HR Executive

Dear Sir/Madam,
I have an query,
If any employee have completed his/her probation period & after that management is not satisfied with his/her work, so can management give his/her a notice to left the company on immediate basis.
Waiting for seniors response............

From India, Faridabad
I see you are writing from Faridabad, so under Punjab Shops and Commercial establishment Act that also applies to Haryana :
(1) No employee shall be removed from service unless and until one month’s previous notice or pay in lieu thereof has been given to him:
Provided that -
(a) no employee shall be entitled to the notice or pay in lieu thereof if he is removed on account of misconduct established on record;
(b) no employee shall be entitled to one month's notice or notice pay unless and until he has been in the service of the employer continuously for a period of three months.
So you do not have to pay him that. But as a general rule you must repudiate his contract on a reasonable ground and not otherwise. Or else there may be penalties from labor department.
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From India, Kolkata
Partner - Risk Management

The concept of probation is to test whether the employee is fit to work for you.
The appointment letter generally provides that employment ends unless the employee is confirmed
Therefore, you do not need to give any reason or notice. Just let him know his employment is not confirmed

From India, Mumbai
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Retired Government servant/Advocate

No reason is to be given; but there is needs some basis for not granting confirmation; it cannot be and should not be arbitrary or whimsical.
From India, Kochi
HR Executive

Thank you so much for your reply, it would be help full for me.
From India, Faridabad
Dear All,
I am working in a Law Firm. Would like to know if there is anyone working in the same sector and can help me with the Leave Policy format for our legal firm. Please share your views on

From India, Mumbai
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