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radhakovel
How to respond when an employee got a mail from hr stating that "As per the management instructions you will be relieved from the service of -------- role with effect from 01-04-2024.request you to please do the needed exit formalities before 01-04-2024, the related relieving documents will be provided after your exit formalities are done "
From India, Hyderabad
Madhu.T.K
4194

Sure, the employee should question it, ask for the reason for termination. Even during probation, termination should not be on account of "management instructions". If the terms of appointment order says that "during probation your employment/ this contract of employment shall be terminated by either party without reasons and without notice", then the termination letter/ mail should be worded like, "following clause No....(above referred) your service stands terminated with effect from 1st April 2024". This makes sense but no way the wording in the mail like "as per the management instructions you will be relieved from the service". Suppose the employee is a confirmed employee, this kind of mails will not be sufficient but in order to terminate there should be reasons and that reasons should be first made known to the employee, and then following the procedures involved in it.
From India, Kannur
radhakovel
Thank You Mr.Madhu for your valuable reply. It is an LLP. The Management is least bothered to discuss about this even after working 3 years sincerely with them. In this case, can she tell the same in an interview? She had only the bank statement as proof of salary and a small email offer letter. Please suggest.
From India, Hyderabad
Madhu.T.K
4194

Yes, certainly. In any interview for future openings, she should tell the truth. All employers will not insist on documentary evidences, but if she can confidently exhibit that she has obtained experience by working for three years, that will be more than enough for her to get a job. She can also produce the bank statements, PF statements or similar documents in support of her working in that establishment. That will be convincing.
From India, Kannur
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