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I have joined in an 'X' MNC as a fresher and signed a service agreement for 2 years. Now after undergoing training for 1 month I came out of the company because of another better offer. Will I face any legal issues from that 'X' company?
8th December 2017 From India, Thenali
Yes, you may need to face the legal consequences if company persuaded for legal proceedings then.
8th December 2017 From India, Pune
I have joined in an 'X' MNC as a fresher and signed a sevice agreement for 2years. Now after undergoing training for 1month out of 3months I came out of the company because of another better offer. Do i need to face any legal issues from that 'X' company??
8th December 2017 From India, Thenali
What are the wordings in your service agreement regarding incomplete training and exit?
X company can sue you for breach of agreement and recover cost of training and other damages as per service agreement.For better advice put the agreement in the forum for correct advice.
8th December 2017 From India, Pune
Dear Sir,
Can we escape statutory compliance by doing service agreement?
Employees have required more take home.
Government scheme NEEM(NEESA) agent charges are too high for not paying
statutory compliance.
Thanks,
Mili
9th December 2017 From India, Vadodara
Why are you going through an agent for neem. Recruit the relevant candidates directly. There is no agency or contractor provision for neem
10th December 2017 From India, Mumbai
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