hi,

i join a software company as a trainee and as a fresher but with the bond of 2 year that is not on the legal paper but only on the company's letter pad.

on that bond company takes my all orizonal certificates (from 10th to my post graduation)that will be kept by company minimum period of 2 years.

and also if i leave the company before 2 years ,i have to give back my all the salary which i take from the company..but company kick me any time with the notice of 1 month.... my training salary is 5500rs(that is written on the bond papers after that performance basics)....and after completion of 3 months(training period) they give me just 1000rs increment..

company give me lot of promices when i join , like my growth in the company etc..but that is not on the papers (that are verbal)...

after joining the company i found that their is no my good carrier here.

so i leave the company by imidiate resignation after 8 months and 3days and join another company but i leave my salary of 1 month and 6 days(and company also did not transfer into my account) .

even i also give training to another person what i work in last 8 months in the company that i mention on my resignation.

now comapny not give back my all the certificates even, after 21 days(from my releaving) i got a legal notics from the company that give back the salary of all the two years.otherwise will meet in coart

what should be my next step?

From India, Ambala
PROFESSIONALS AND BUSINESSES PARTICIPATING IN DISCUSSION
Gvivekraj
Hr- Payroll
Ssavaram
Vizag Operations Head Of Adecco India, Hr
Search India
Software Enginear

Hi,
The policy of every company is that if you have accepted the offer letter it is agreed that you have accepted the norms and policies of that company so if the company is having a bond of 2 years you need to abide by it and if you break the bond you need to pay back the service agreement. If you leave the company in between these 2 years you need to pay the service agreement.
With regards to the increment the company cant give you a specified amout that will be paid to you, because it depends on the performance you show and the rating for which you will get the increment.
So there is no point in you going to the court; you would actualy be fighting a loosing battle.
Regards,
Vivek

From India, Bangalore
Rohit,
Some companies have incorporated these kinds of clauses to counter the high staff attrition which hurts small companies more. After all, they are taking a risk by hiring someone who has no prior work experience, a risk that is easier for large companies to handle than small companies that depend on every employee performing as much as they can.
Whether such agreements are justified is a debate for another time, but based on what you have written, the following points come to mind: 1) it is always better to do research about a company that one is planning to join; 2) be careful about what you sign; and 3) 8 months seems too short a time for you to decide that there will be no growth there for you.
You can try talking to the management of your ex-company to see if some compromise can be worked out.

From India, Jaipur
thans for reply,
but i have lot of reasons for resigning that ..
1. i want to continue my studies(distance education) but company did not
give my certificate to me for such a short period so i can show in the univercity and take admission
2. i was in testing field ( manual testing) and wana shift in devolpment
company is ready to shift me but sign 2 year bond again(that i do't want)
3 one replacement for my post also done within this period. tell me to trained them
4 i give him full 1 month training to her.she can do any thing what i did.
5. salary is not enough
6. admosphare of the company was not good(it is just like a shop)
7. i totally waist 8 months in this company
8 i did not want to destroy my carrier more in that company
but problem is that i did not have any written prove for that.

From India, Ambala

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