Can You explain meaning of the following lines? Does these lines mean that the company can terminate me without giving my working days salary?
From India, Moradabad

Labour law & HR consultant
NO. It is a standard clause of unilateral termination of the services of an employee on probation by the employer. It empowers the employer to simply discharge the employee during his probation without giving a notice or salary for the period of notice only. The employer can not with hold the salary for the days worked by the employee.
From India, Salem
Dear Friend,
You have asked whether one can be terminated during his probation period. The answer to this is, Yes.
The line you inserted seems to be from your appointment letter. Which clearly speaks that your employer can terminate without notice or without assigning any reason thereof during the probation period.
The termination without paying for the period of service rendered by you, is illegal and unjustified. You are free to lodge a compalaint with the Licensing Authority/Labour office against your claim for wages for termination. Hope you will get the desired objectives.

From India, Mumbai

Insolvency n GST Professional
You are in probation.
Your job can be terminated w/o notice during this period and you will not get any salary i/l of notice period.
How much notice have they asked you to give in case you want to leave the job during probation period?
No one can stop your salary for days you have worked.

From India, Pune

Freelancer in HR &Indirect taxes for services indusrty.
The Clause is "During the probation period , your services can be terminated without giving any notice or salary in lieu thereof, without assigning any reason , and neither
party shall have any cause of complain." In this "in Lieu of notice period thereof" would have been correct.
However as per our respected members advice is correct that for all the days worked, no one can stop salary.

From India, Vadodara

Sr.HR Executive
During the probation period, if you are not performing according to the expectation of your Manager then the company has the right to terminate you with out any notice period [Specific reason is required] but they have to pay you the amount for the number of days you have worked in the company.

From India, undefined
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