Aditi Nagpal 11 April 2017
Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 ) 11 April 2017
Though there are no specific provisions under the Indian labour laws barring dual employment except for Section 60 of the Factories Act, 1948, several High Courts have held that termination on the ground of dual employment is valid since dual employment reduces the efficiency of an employee and if an employee is engaged in dual employment, then he is unable to give 100% effort towards his employer. It is generally held by the Courts, that the 24 hours in a man’s life is divided into three parts of 8 hours each; 8 hours for work, 8 hours for personal activities and 8 hours for sleep. If a person is working for more than 8 hours, then he is generally upsetting the daily cycle of a human being, which would decrease his efficiency towards his employer. Apart from that he is also snatching the opportunity of another person’s employment.
Kumar Doab (FIN) 11 April 2017
Don’t you have copy of notice of resignation, final resignation, acknowledgment and acceptance of notice/final resignation, FnF statement, Form16, PF a/c slips of each year, salary slips of all months, serevice certificate, and Relieving letter for past employment(s) from past Employer(s)?
This should suffice.
Now you need to get correction from past employer.
If it has declared your LWD as 15th April then it is ought to have supporting documents like resignation tendered by you.
Sandip 26 October 2017
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