I have some gaps in my career owing to my banking exam prep. I recently joined a new software company in Chennai. Interviews and discussion went smoothly, but when I went to join, the offer letter said that they expect a minimum of 24 months commitment for the organization and if I resign for a reason not acceptable to management, I will not be provided any experience certificate. I objected to this and the HR said, it is policy but many people leave after 1 year of service and we don't have a problem with that. As I got no option I signed it.

I plan to leave even before a year, like after 6 months, as the projects they're working on are almost useless and not worthy. After I put in my papers, I intend to serve the complete notice period but do companies accept and give me an experience certificate if I agree to complete the notice period and pay damage claims like a salary of 2 months? or may they ask for amounts like 1 lakh?

Where this is heading? I'm concerned about the future.

From India, Hyderabad
Labour Law & Hr Consultant


Off the cuff, I would like to know whether the poster signed any bond to serve the organization for a minimum of 24 months? Mere expectation of the party mentioned in his offer cannot be a term of the contract.
From India, Salem

Dear friend, It is too early to say anything as per your post unless until other party come out with their intentions.
From India, Mumbai

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