Company having employees for two years withowithout a contract - CiteHR
Saswatabanerjee
Partner - Risk Management
Manojkamble
Sr. Hr Executive
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The company is a security service which has been operating since 2015 so as the company wants to give employees temporary contracts they refuse to sign,even abide by the code of conduct what does one do?
Hi,
Sorry but fails to understand, how can company employ or hire services of individual without any employment or job contract. Please elaborate on the scenario to answer the query.

Well the company has a month to month contract with the mine since 2015 they have not been giving employees contracts these past years, now the employee are asking t dig a month to month contract when they been working in the company for approximately 3 years
The point is still unclear
What exactly is the issue here.
There is no need to have a contract with every employee individually. It would be practically impossible to monitor and manage. As long as you folllow normal HR practices, IT WOULD NOT MATTER.
I don’t think employees would sign any contract that is against their interest. Why should they ?

Hi Anonymous !
This practice is not only absurd but totally illegal which can put employers in the dock !
All employees / consultants / retainers need to be on some kind of a contract / appointment letter which is of at least 1 year duration.
An employer can however hire employees on temporary basis to fill a temporary vacancy for which an appointment letter of " Temporary Employment " of lesser duration , say 3 months or so , can be signed. Because the moment an employee completes more than 240 days, he would be deemed a permanent employee.
Regards
Anil Raina
Mob : 9810180148

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