View Poll Results: How to send notice seeking for cause of termination
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Sir, I have been terminated with the notice of termination in two months in advance (without any reasonable cause) which as per the contract is right.
No written reason was given. I just want to know that how can I get a stay on my termination letter. I also want to send a legal notice to the school to State the reason of termination in writing.

Are you on your Probationary period? In any case you need to know reason for termination and you are entitled to it. You were thus employed in a school?
If you fall under the category of "workman" under the Industrial Disputes Act, then the employer cannot not directly terminate your services. If you want to send legal notice to the employer, you can contact me :-
- Shobhit Kumar Mittal
Industrial & Labour Law Advisor

8077779793, 9319956443

Firstly try to talk to the school administration, it might be possible by doing so your problem can be solved. And one more thing employer cannot directly termite you if you fall under the category of "workman" (under Industrial Disputes Act).
Regards,
Ved Prakash
Manager HR
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Whether your reasons for firing an employee are based on work performance, due to an economic layoff, or for another reason, following the proper termination procedures goes a long way in avoiding legal issues Avoid firing someone on the spot, and use severance and release agreements to limit your liability.
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