Human Resources
Ashutosh Thakre
Hr Professional

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If three notice period increased without any consent or information given to the concerned probationer employees in Govt. Sector. Appointment letter term for leaving the company is as below:
- This appointment is provisional and may be terminated without assigning any reason after giving one month notice.
- This appointment is subject to General Rules of the Company as amended from time to time.
- After joining the post, you will have to execute a bond of ` 50,000/- on a ` 100 non-judicial stamp paper to the effect that if you leave the services of the Company before completing three years of probation period, you will be liable to pay a sum of ` 50,000/-(Fifty thousand) to the company.
Now at the time of resignation, three month notice pay and Bond of Rs 50000/- charged by company. Please advice a legal notice from the side of employee for employer. Can you please advice
Kind Regards
Amit Tripathi

From India, Noida
Dear Amit,
What are the norms of the General Rules of the company? As the appointment also, mentions this. So clarify the general rules, also, what is the period that you are leaving in the company, is it more than 3 years or less?
Check these out first and let us know the details, before we can advise you.

From India, Mumbai
Joined comapny as probationer on January 2017. Company has given only one page as appoinment letter, after that we have no any information or notification from company. At the time of resignation they are saying for three months full pay + 50000. In fact they have charged one month notice pay + 50000 to one of my same mate (Probationer). Pl advice

From India, Noida
Dear Amit,
The General Rules is the policy document of the company. As they have written in the appointment letter, you are supposed to demand it when you join the company. If you are unaware, then they will show you the appointment letter that the general rules apply.
Check the policy and then only any one can comment. Also, normally the clause should be binding the same way to both the parties, if they are giving one month pay, they should demand only one month pay.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Amit,
You are governed under the terms & conditions as per the appointment letter issued to you, whether may be of one page or ten pages. Have you received any communication from your employer regarding ratification of issued appointment letter. If not, be remain assured that you will be governed under the terms mentioned in the letter issued to you.
You also can take advice from any advocate of the feild showing all documents pertaining to your appoinment.

From India, Mumbai
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