sravan-kumar-reddy-mI have been working for an MNC for last 6 months . I have been assigned post called engineer but even after 6 months there is no training given in particular domain neither the work . So, Iím thinking to move to infosys in which I got selected . My previous company has a bond period of 3 years . Company will not pursue legal suit in case of absconding . Will I have any effect on my job at Infosys . Is it good to mention it in interview ? Please reply
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Nagarkar Vinayak L
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umakanthan53When you have a bond to serve the Employer for 3 years since your appointment, it is equally obligatory on his part to provide you with work for which you were appointed. If he simply keeps you idle with no work or any training continuously for a period of 6 months as you've mentioned, that would be a valid reason on your part to quit despite the bond because of the impossibility of performance created by the employer. So, you can formally resign on this reason. Instead, if you abscond, that would be a misconduct warranting your dismissal apart from claiming damages for violating the bond condition abruptly.
I am unable to think that any prudent employer would prefer an employee with a past record of absconding.
From India, Salem
As suggested by the learned member there is no point in being an absconder just to fulfill the criteria . In fact that very word will come to haunt you later in the life including your immediate job prospects as it just shows that you are not a reliable employee. Go for resignation mentioning no work in the present job for the past so many months and not possible to move forward in such a situation. It is a very valid reason and try to come out without any issues as much as possible. Do not fall into the trap of getting a favourable decision and commit wrong which will be detrimental to your growth.
Thanks and Regards
From India, Hyderabad
Nagarkar Vinayak LDear Colleague,
If I am not wrong, your query is ,in the given circumstances of no work assigned or any training given in the past six months , whether you should jump the bond . Perhaps, you have used ' Absconding' unintentionally for jumping the bond.
If my assumptions are correct, then in my view, it would be appropriate for you to resign by giving prescribed notice and citing the reasons as above which are justified reasons to quit and your jumping the bond may not be treated illegal or unfair.
From India, Mumbai
nntiwarilancoI am unable to understand which company will pay without any job / training. Many organisations recruit the Trainee but instead providing appropriate training they put on the job or "On job training". There is chance that you might have not got the desired training or work.
It is better to serve the notice to present organisation for jumping the bond.
During interview you must mention the present job / training and reason also for leaving the present organisation.
From India, Ludhiana