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Kumar Doab (FIN)     01 October 2015

You have signed on the paper by your free will that gives opportunity to the employer to claim.

 

The question arises whether the employer shall approach court of law to enforce the claim and whether the court shall award the liquidated damages/or not /or how much............................and who will succeed employer or employe!

 

Did the employer cause any breach of any of TC& of its own contract and violator of rights of employee in any sense or law of the land?

 

Spend quality time with your labor law counsel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Or it is just an attempt to subdue the employee and somehow extarct without approaching court of law................

 

Or can ther employee succeed to put the matter on permanent shut up mode and employer does not approach court and the claim becomes barred by limitation.............

To understand whether the claim of employer shall have any legal force in it you may show the Bond to an able Labor Law Consultant/Service Matters Lawyer/Law firm specializing in such matters.......

 

Were you asked to resign before the offer letter was issued and supplied to you?

Did you  resign before the offer letter was issued and supplied to you?

Was your  resignation accepted  before the offer letter was issued and supplied to you?

 

Is the training in real sense some training that was certified/would add some extar ordinary qualification in your resume?

Was this training just a familiarisation programme to familirise you with some products/policies/operations of the company so as to enable you to handle the counters of employer.

Do you have any evidence that you applied for say job A/was trained for job B/and asked to job C?.................and you were rusting?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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