Umakanthan53
Labour Law & Hr Consultant
Nagarkar Vinayak L
Hr And Employee Relations Consultant

Is a person able to work for two companies at once such that in one company it's permanent and one on a contractual basis. If not then how can or in which cases a person work for two companies without any legal problems.
From India, New Delhi
Dual employment is generally prohibited for one cannot serve two masters simultaneously. The reasons are varied. Basically, the contract of employment creates a close bond between the employer and the employee which results in substantially long lasting mutual obligations. That's how the contract of service differs from the contract for service which is simple and instantaneous only. Therefore, a permanent employee owes an obligation to devote his time and energy entirely to his employer only. If he desires to serve many simultaneously for some obvious reasons, well, he can be a consultant on retainer basis.
From India, Salem
Natisha,
It will depend on the terms and conditions stipulated in his contracts with the employer(s). Exact opinion can be given only after going through the contracts/appointment letters.
S. K. Mittal
9319956443

From India, Faridabad
Dear madam,
This kind of working is called moonlighting- stealthily taking to double employment.
To meet financial urgencies, some people take to two jobs provided the timings of work does not clash and there are no performance issues.
Generally it is resorted to without knowing each other. Because,double employment is prohibited under many service rules.
It is possible to do this where shift working is done or part time worker is needed.
Regards,
Vinayak Nagarkar
HR and Employee Relations Consultant

From India, Mumbai
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