Whether an employer can impose notice period clause in the service condition on the Employee in addition to the usual term "a probationer can be terminated at any time without assigning any reason during the probationary period or during the extended period of the probationer". Such a condition legally acceptable. Request expert views please. regards, V Sridharan
20th May 2019 From India, Mumbai
Employment Terms & Conditions are regulated by the Laws applicable to the Employer and the Employees under Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act 1946 and or Shops & Esta Act whereunder for the Probationers No Notice Period is prescribed
A Probationer is an Person Employed against a Permanet Post or ESF Post subject to the Proviso that s/he shall be Confirmed against that Permt Post Only when his/her Performance & Behaviour are up to the Mark and in case it is Not So, then the Employment of the Probation stands Terminated without any Notice Period r Pay in lieu thereof.
The Probationer, likewise , has the Right / Prerogative to Quit Employment without giving any Notice Period or any Payment in lieu thereof. Probation is a Testing Time Period for either of the Contracting Parties.
Kritarth Team of HR Mgt Practioners
20 May 2019
20th May 2019 From India, Delhi
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