Anonymous
I have a clause below in my assignment letter. I spent more than 3 months after coming out of this project but in the same company. So will it still stop me from joining the client? As I have not been assigned to this client at the time of separation.
The clause says:
“The employee is not allowed to join the client, in whose project, he was assigned to work at the time of the separation for a period of three months from the date of separation”

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Now that three months have elapsed you are no longer bound by the inhibition clause in the contract of appointment and is free to seek employment anywhere including the erstwhile client.
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Anonymous
Thank you for the response KK. Just for more clarity, after coming out from the project, I have spent the three months in same company in bench but not assigned to any other projects. Hope your point of view still remains valid in this case?
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nathrao
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Three month period was in relation to client whose project was being handled by you.If as you stated were on bench for >3 months, the restriction no longer applies.
Please clearly state dates and join the other company as required.There should be no issue as i can understand from reading query as posted.

From India, Pune
The clause of employment remains valid as long as employer- employee relationship is existing. Further, this is a clause in your assignment letter, the clauses stand invalid once employee withdrawn from the assignment. You have not been assigned to work for this client at the time of separation, so you are totally immune.
From India, Mumbai

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