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Hello everyone,
i need a help.i need to terminate 3 employees altogether on non-performance and indiscipline bases as approved by my boss. this is first time in my role.how shud i do?what shu i say?
pls suggest..
kangna
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Dear, Go ahead for a inquiry process. and than terminate them thanx Nagendra Singh 9810010845, 9910914673
Hai, Have u given any warning in written or oral,????????? If so ,then go head. Regards, Mukesh.
numbers of warning alrady been given.2 are in probation period.oral warning from director also..management has decided this but it wil be via me.
by god i don't know why i am nervous??
please give me dialogue to say also
thanks
kangna
Hai,
be very bold,It happens for the first time,be aggresive initially,Keep proper Productivity report,Attendence report,All supporting doccuments to pin point his fault.If mail frm Management or his superior stating his disobidence etc
All the very best
Regrds,
Mukesh.
All termination must be preceded by a warning letter. However if there is a serious violation of rules and regulations, the company has the right to give a summary dismissal after due process was observed.
Also, it is the duty of the HR Manager to talk to the employee to explain the reasons behind it. To delegate this to a subordinate is somewhat irresponsible.
Attached is a sample of termination letter. This was based on an original letter that I wrote.


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Hi
Really emberassing but HR has to do the same,I have done the same just 01 day before and was with the inst.from MD to terminate w/o notice and all,she agreed becz of trainee and was on probation.
Trully speaking its emberassing ...
do share the experience with all.
thnx
tarun
Dear
For the probationer you can terminate with one months notice.For the permanent stafff you will have to go through the "Domestic Enquiry route" .
Please note " only the Appointing Authority can issue the termination letter".If you are not ,you cannot.
Better to take specialist advice for " termination : as you are killing a persons career even if you have the best of reasons.
With Regards
V.Sounder Rajan
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on indiscipline bases you can terminate them. Please take care if they are worker ,in this case please refer to factory act,model standing order or the orgainsation certified standing order.for termination on indiscipline bases you have to following steps
1 to issue cargesheet
2 appointment of inquiry officer
3 domestic inquiry
4 showcause notice
5 final verdict
Neeraj

Hi Rajan
Thnks for the legal suggestion can u please suggest what are the rules and regulation for pvt owned companies regarding termination is there any rules and regulations or as when required one can be terminated.I think w/o appointmt letter if somebody is on service then in that case director of the company can terminate as and when.do you agree to it or what will be the best answer.
pl reply
thnx
tarun
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