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I have got a job offer, I accepted and immediately joined in the company. They asked me to scan my all certificates and send it to them. While doing so, I have forgotten some documents in the office, the next day, on Sunday I opened the office to take my certificates. The employee who is going to relieve came to know about this after discussion with me and she informed to HR. The HR person had made an argument with me as to why you opened the office on Sunday? I gave explanation from my side, that I was there in the office just to take my certificates and not more than 10 mins. She complained it to the MD and he ordered to withdraw the job offer.
Prior to withdrawn of job offer I worked there for 3 days and signed in the rooster also. Now, what legal rights I have to get back the job offer or to sue the company for damages.
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Entering the office on a non-working day without permission is an unwelcome behaviour and the company has reacted in the manner it deemed fit. Now, we cannot sit in judgement over the facts, as it appears the company is not ready to forget it and they cannot be faulted for it although our sympathies are there with you. Yet, you have a case to seek salary of the three days days which you should not also give up. If company is not ready forget such an indiscretion used by you, though for genuine reasons, you also should not give up.Wages for the work done is the norm in all industries and it cannot be by-passed.
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