Hi, guys. This is Arun from chennai. I am currently working as an administrative assistant in a company and I'm looking for a part time employment too so that I can earn some cash for myself. But, the important problem here is in my appointment letter my company has mentioned "During the course of employment with the company, you shall not enter the service of employment, consultancy, full or part time of any other person or organization of yourself carry on or be interested in any business " please suggest me guys!! What should I do??
14th November 2018 From India, Chennai
Dear Arun,
I think that you have no confusion about the terms of your contract of employment pertaining to dual employment of any nature and engaging yourself in any business when you are in the service of the current employer. Then, why this question? No lawful or ethical answer can be suggested by anyone.
14th November 2018 From India, Salem
Hi Arun,
Dual employment is not allowed in many companies unless otherwise specified. In case, you still pursue a part-time employment, that can result in the termination of your employment from the company.
Regards,
Sairam Bandi
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14th November 2018 From India, Bengaluru
Thank you for your valuable time.
15th November 2018 From India, Chennai
I agree Dual employment not allowed but some employees get NOC from current employer if work is not related to current employment and if person really in need of money. You can ask or discuss with the HR.
15th November 2018 From India, Mumbai
Dear colleague,
I don't understand why employers frown upon double employment.
I am of the view that if duel employment does not affect adversely the current employer's interests, he should allow this .
In today's poverty- stricken environment if someone honestly wants to enhance earnings to fulfil some of his family responsibilities, employers should not put finger on the rule book and look at it as a crime.
Several employees do moonlighting to make two ends meet and one should take sympathetic view and allow it to pass the muster.
Regards,
Vinayak Nagarkar
HR- Consultant
16th November 2018 From India, Mumbai
Dear Vinayak Nagarkar,
That's my question too!! We are not going to work in their office time. We have our own personal time. So, what is wrong with working in my personal time? I don't know why the companies mentioning this thing on appointment letter.?? But if we were to ask an NOC from employer.. and what do they think of us plus its a little possibility that they will accept and sign the NOC form.!!JUST CONFUSED AND STRUCK
Regards,
Arun M
16th November 2018 From India, Chennai
Dear Arun,
If you are so keen ,do moonlighting ( taking another job during spare time without letting your employer know), and also be prepared for any fallout.
Regards,
Vinayak Nagarkar
HR- Consultant
16th November 2018 From India, Mumbai
Dear Vinayak Nagarkar,
My case is different here. I need part time job for experience so, if I were to do part time during the time of employment with the company it won't be considered as an proof of experience right?
Regards,
Arun M
16th November 2018 From India, Chennai
Dear Arun,
Your case is not different. You can ask for experience certificate from your part time employer. Why would he not give you?
Vinayak Nagarkar
HR- Consultant
16th November 2018 From India, Mumbai
Dear Vinayak Nagarkar,
If I were to produce the proof of employment of both part time and full time. Let's say if they were to ask my appointment letter of both full time and part time. If I were to submit the documents sooner or later they know after reading through my appointment letter of full time there is a sentence mentioning "No engage of part time or consultancy allowed" and at the corresponding time I have done part time and if they look at my part time proof both proof of documents will bring chaos to the recruiter and there is a possibility they can terminate and they will ask me loads of questions mentioning how did you do the part time employment when you're full time company doesn't encourage you to do the part time jobs.
Regards,
Arun M
16th November 2018 From India, Chennai
Dear Arun,
Proof of employment is service certificate and not appointment letter.
So don't think too much . Act.
Regards,
Vinayak Nagarkar
HR- Consultant
16th November 2018 From India, Mumbai
Hi, Vinayak.
I have a doubt about my employment process. Is it okay for me to give a call (If I can give you a call please send me your number) or you can give me a call to the below number: 9551832531
Thanks & regards,
Arun M
19th November 2018 From India, Chennai
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