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Madhu.T.KThere is no such right conferred on the employers. By terminating the employment of a casual worker in six months period, what the employers get is that they can avoid paying gratuity. But that also is risky because the right of any worker to get compensation for retrenchment, considering continuity of service for gratuity etc is not just six months but it is 240 days in 12 months or 120 days in six months period. Therefore, if the employer is giving a break of one or two days after 6 months of continuous employment, the employer will never earn anything. At the same time, if the employee has rendered 240 days in 12 months, he will get a lien on employment. Though he cannot demand regularisation, he can claim compensation if he is asked to leave forever.
From India, Kannur