Hello Everybody
I am HR manager in my organization one of my employee left the organization without serving any notice period but she was asking for experience letter even though she didn't follow the company policies when we denied for providing experience letter she was threatening us. now she is posting fake reviews on our website (from fake ID). Please suggest me some excellent suggestion.

From India, New Delhi
Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
Sr.manager - Hr&admin

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Inform her that if she continue to do so, company will initiate legal action through cyber crime Police. Also explain her that experience letter will be issued only if proper notice period is served

From India, Madras
Thanks for your reply. But she has joined somewhere so we can't say for serving the notice period to her. still she is posting the fake reviews against me & my organization. she is calling to ex employees who has already given 5 stars in reviews & telling them to edit the reviews & they are doing the same.
In short she want to down the reputation of mine & organization. Please suggest me how can we stop her. (can we do call her or mail her).

From India, New Delhi

This is the opposite of many employers do against a left employee who questions the attitude of the employers! The establishments who have active employers' associations often threaten their employees saying that if you do not follow our policy you will be blacklisted and that would even lead you into problems in your future employments. Now when you start getting negative remarks in the online platforms, you pain.

Anyway, that is not the topic of discussion. let me know what was the notice period and whether the same was known to the employee? Was there any genuineness in asking the employee to serve the notice period? Or was it only to meet the POLICY requirements? Did you get a replacement before he/ she left?

Regarding Notice Period, what the law says is that an employer is required to give notice if he wants to terminate an employee but nowhere it is stated that an employee should give notice if he wants to leave the company. Though this applies to workmen covered by Industrial Disputes Act, we should relate it to others as well.

In states like Kerala an establishment covered by the Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, the Act which provides for the service conditions of the employees working in the shops and commercial establishments, there will be provisions that no employee who leaves the establishment should be denied service certificate. If that provision is available to your establishment also, then legally, you are supposed to give the certificate when asked for.

From India, Kannur

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