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neha.14.goel
In my office, we need to ask one of our female project managers to quit due to project shrinkage and reduced billing. Her last performance review was done a few months back, and it also did not meet the mark. But she recently announced her pregnancy. Can we still talk about separation, or will there be any legal complications?
From India, Delhi
vmlakshminarayanan
929

Hi, How long she is serving your Company ?. If she is eligible for Maternity leave then it is not advisable to send her out at this point of time. She can legally challenge the decision of the Management. It is strange that many employers review the performance of female employees once they disclose about their pregnancy to Management !
From India, Madras
neha.14.goel
The performance review was done before she announced pregnancy. More than performance review, the main reason is reduced project billing on her main project and she is very well aware about it. She has worked for more than 1 yr. so yes she is eligible for Maternity leaves.
From India, Delhi
vmlakshminarayanan
929

Hi, Still termination at this point of time is not suggested and it would be ill legal.
From India, Madras
JAGADEESHWARA
2

Hi, as rightly said by our colleagues, it is illegal to terminate her services at this juncture. Let her complete her maternity leave, then only based on the facts and records, you can ask her politely to leave. Otherwise this becomes a serious issue.
From India, Bengaluru
ashok pal
6

Sir/Madam,
You may request to her to leave organization to reduce billing, but you have to give her guarantee that after maternity leave is over she may be accommodate in organization. This is only mutual understanding between her and organization. Otherwise suggestion given above is correct.

From India, Indore
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