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Dear Sir

Please let me know is there any condition in law to serve probation period for one year and notice period of 3 months.

and also original documents are kept till probation is not completed.

Regards
Atul Chaturvedi
916848000
7th October 2017 From India, undefined

Srinath Sai Ram
Hr Manager
Manojkamble
Sr. Hr Executive
Atulpam32@gmail.com
Pune Gm Sales
+2 Others

Dear Atul probation period can be 1 Year.What do you mean by Notice period of 3 Months? is it during Probation Period/After Confirmation of Service?
7th October 2017 From India, New Delhi
Yes, You can have probation period for 1 year but generally in probation notice period is considered for 1 month ony.
7th October 2017
Anonymous 
Hi Atul,

Probation period can be 1 yr. also defers from organisation to. since you are in probation 3 months notice will not applicable. general only 1 month can be served as notice while in probation.
7th October 2017 From India, Hyderabad
How can anyone allow employer to retain her / his original documents? One should not join such org.

Please check your company manpower with that defined as minimum manpower for applicability of the standing orders rules to your state. No state rules permits probation period of one year.
9th October 2017 From India, Mumbai
Dear colleague,

In Establishments/Factories coming within the preview of Standing orders Act, the probation period prescribed is for 3 months for 'workmen' category. But the practice prior to this Act was for 6 month's probation which has continued unchallenged.

For Non-workmen category(Supervisory/Executives/Managers) the probation is fixed by each organisation as deemed fit and varies from generally 6 month's to 12 months.
Regards
Vinayak Nagarkar
HR-Consultant
10th October 2017 From India, Mumbai
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