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Workplace Expert - Answered on Apr 06, 2024

Krishna Kumar is the founder and CEO of GoMoTech, a company that provides strategic consulting in B2B sales, performance management and digital transformation.
Before branching out on his own, he worked with companies like Microsoft, Rediff, Flipkart and InMobi.
With over 25 years of experience under his belt, KK is a regular speaker at industry events and academic intuitions, both in India as well as abroad.
KK completed his MBA in marketing from the Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning in Andhra Pradesh and his management development programme from XLRI, Jamshedpur.
He has also completed his LLB from Nagpur University and diploma in PR from Bhavan’s College of Management, Nagpur, where he was awarded a gold medal.... more
G Question by G on Mar 20, 2024Hindi
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Hi sir, I have joined in the company for four years contract basis initial period one year and extendable more three years as per project requirements and performance of the candidate. During the initial period, I was suffered with fever and took the rest for 15-20days with intimation of mail and phone communication. But now they found the 20 loss of pay in the initial period of one year contract and saying that your job not extended more contract year because you have LOP's in the last one year. But, I Informed to the office through phon and mail communication at that time and submitted the Doctor certificate also. But, now they are not extending my job. What can I do now? Is there any rights to fight with them legally. Plz let me know sir, I have all avidance/proof of documents for that loss of pay leaves. Company does not provided the sick leaves for contract basis employees. Iam not understanding what I have to do next ? Plz give me information.

Ans: Dear G

I can appreciate your situation, while you may have all the proof, however I would suggest avoid legal battle. Imagine even if you win the case will company people support you when you work with them.

Better part ways in good terms and seek alternative job.

All.the best.
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Hi sir I could not serve my 3 months notice period however I had served 2 months and asked HR to give me early reliving. I mentioned that my parents are not well and attached medical prescription but they denied and said you to serve complete 3 months. After 2 months I stopped going to office they were sending me absconding mails meanwhile and after 1month they sent me termination letter what shall I do In such case ? I was working there for 2 years.
Ans: I’m sorry to hear about your situation. When facing termination due to not serving the full notice period, it’s important to understand your rights and the potential legal implications. Here’s what you can consider doing:

Review Your Employment Contract: Check the terms regarding the notice period and termination. There might be provisions for situations like medical emergencies.
Legal Consultation: It may be beneficial to consult with a labor law attorney who can provide advice based on the specifics of your case and the applicable laws.
Documentation: Gather all relevant documentation, including the medical prescriptions you submitted, any communication from HR, and the termination letter.
Negotiation: You could attempt to negotiate with your employer, explaining the situation with your parents and seeking a compassionate resolution.
Labor Office: If negotiation fails, you may approach the local labor office or labor court for guidance and to explore options for redressal.
Understand Legal Precedents: Familiarize yourself with any legal precedents that may apply to your case. For instance, the Supreme Court has provided judgments on employment notice periods that might offer insights into your rights and obligations.
Remember, each situation is unique, and the best course of action depends on the specifics of your employment contract and the company’s policies. It’s crucial to handle the matter professionally and legally to ensure the best possible outcome. Good luck!

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