Dear all can you guys tell that 1 permanent employee can be temporary by a company?
From India, Dehradun

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Dear V.S. Your question is not clear. Whether you mean that you are a permanent employee by the length of your long service but your employer keeps you on temporary roll?
From India, Salem
Dear V.S, Certainly an employee appointed to a permanent vaccancy, declared to have completed his probation period in the post and confirmed cannot be made later a temporary employee.
From India, Salem
Yes, it can be possible as per terms and conditions of employee' offer of oppointment letter. If there is mentioned any clause in his/her appointment letter then it could be possible to change the contract permanent to temporary base. Please see the clauses of appointment letter.
From Pakistan, Lahore
Dear Farmanali,

I have no idea about relevant labor laws of Pakistan. But such a contract empowering one party to change or reverse the very nature of the contract as per his discretion would be voidable.

From India, Salem
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The status of the employee, once he is confirmed in service becomes a permanent employee occupying a post and pay personal to him. This cannot be simply be taken away. In certain organisation, the employee on promotion is put on probation (like a worker promoted to supervisory post or a supervisor being promoted to executive post) or on a trial period. But during this period too the employee has right over the substantive post he was occupying before such an event, and if the employee is found unfit for the new post he can only be reverted back to the substantive post. So the rights an employee has earned on the permanent post held earlier cannot be just taken away by making him a temporary employee.
From India, Mumbai
To my knowledge, there's only thin line between permanent & temporary status of an employee in recent times. Especially in private sector. If the terms of appointment provides for relieving an employee for whatever reasons permissible as per T&C and/or HR Policy of an employer, observing legal provisions such as due notice conditions there is nothing like permanent or temporary. However, PSUs/quasi-govt establishments it does matters as there are adequate provisions to differentiate the status between&temporary posts.
Most of pvt.employers have no practice of defining a particular post as permanent or temporary. An employee joining an establishment will be treated as 'temporary' till he/she declared 'permanent' or confirmed.
There could be a possibility where an employee is confirmed or made permanent in a post gets promoted to a post which may be treated as temporary. In such cases he becomes 'temporary', I think so.

From India, Bangalore

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