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A group of employees were employed by a manpower outsource company as contractors while an overseas owned company was setting itself up in India. Now the company is setup, it will convert them to permanent employees of the new entity. Is it necessary to recognise the period of employment as a contractor for purposes such as Gratuity? I can imagine some liability here if same company converts, but since they were employed by a 3rd party, is there any laibility on new company?
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
jeevarathnam
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Their employment with your company will commence only from the date of letter of appointment issued & prior to that can’t be considered of employment with you
From India, Bangalore
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