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Hidayatullah Sabirzai
A company has policy for employees in their rotation. The company has right to rotate employee after 18 months employment in a department. My concern is, the HR department is transferring an employee because of concern of employee's weak performance. Please share the notion, if this transfer is disciplinary action or not?
From Afghanistan, undefined

As your firm is following a policy of a routine rotation, irrespective of their performance there is no strong reason for transfer of a particular person, it's 'a disciplinary action'. If the transfer is effected before 18 months as stipulated it could be seen outside rotation roster. I don't think it can be viewed as a disciplinary action.
From India, Bangalore
Kritarth Consulting

Rotation, as your Esta practices, is a Limited Option because,
1. No Two Jobs/Position is or are same and An Individual with set Academic Qualification, Work Exp, Aptitute, and other Suitabilities Very Suitable in One may not be at all Good for another similar Post/Jobs, hence excercise Discretion. UnderPerformance is a reason for initiating Disciplinary Action in which case Transfer elsewhere may be viewed as an Act of deprivation of Career Growth
Disciplinary Action connotes an alleged Act of Misconduct.
Kritarth Team,

From India, Delhi
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