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Sidaa Reddy   08 January 2021

can i write terminaton letter like this which will not cause bond break

1.i was not reallocate near to office
2.i was not went to office on Sunday. by giving committe to work.
3.i was missed one meeting.
due to above reasons
I was accepting to termination. so please return my original documents back.

can I write a letter like this so that it will not cause bond break. please help me.


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G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     08 January 2021

Once when your services are terminated, there is no such need for any such letter.  Just approach an advocate and demand for original qualification certificates which were retained illegally treating them as security and for harassing employee.

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Sidaa Reddy   08 January 2021

sir but actually I don't have any termination letter. I have only recording of that.

Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     09 January 2021

Consult a senior in your organisation, this platform is meant to help needy litigants only.

Sidaa Reddy   10 January 2021

actually it is a start up sir. they only playing with my career.

Ritesh Maity (Labour Law Advocate)     12 January 2021

You may demand in writing (yourself/ through lawyer) the original documents lying with your employer immediately. However, it is pertinent to mention that any employer is not liable to keep any original documents of any employee. 

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