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Chrm Message From: penelope.br Total Posts: 17 Join Date: 07/12/2006
Rank: Executive Post Date: 14/12/2006 01:11:28 Points: 85 Location: India

Dear All, 
 
I have got one query - one of our employee is on leave since last 1 month on medical ground.  He is on probation period. He has also submitted the Medical  Certificate but management want to terminate the person on the base  of Unauthorised Leave.. 
 
Is it possible? On what ground this can be done?? 
 
Please Help 
Penelope

Chrm Message From: siddharth Total Posts: 26 Join Date: 07/12/2006  
Rank: Executive Post Date: 14/12/2006 01:16:11 Points: 130 Location: India
In case you want to discharge the services of the concerned probationer you can do so by drawing powers from the relevant clause in the appointment issued to him.

But if you are convinced that the absence was a genuine one then it will be unfair to do so.

If you want to terminate services on the grounds of unauthorised absenteeism you are required to hold an enquiry.

This is for your information.

Siddharth

Chrm Message From: kaushik Total Posts: 55 Join Date: 07/12/2006  
Rank: Manager Post Date: 14/12/2006 01:17:58 Points: 275 Location: India

In this case HR Head, has to keep his option open for human values and human respect too, if all these surpasses, he can take decision as management decides.

Regards,

Kaushik

Chrm Message From: savi989 Total Posts: 70 Join Date: 07/12/2006  
Rank: Manager Post Date: 20/02/2009 11:11:38 Points: 350 Location: India

In the event of casuality approval of leave is not expected everytime & in this case since HR Dept is aware of reason behind leaves, at managements discretion HR could not terminate services.

As it is very easy for an employee to prove the reason. Instead of trapping into legal affairs it is better to check authenticity of the documents submitted by the employee.

Also termination would spread wrong message about mgmt practices due to which chances of loosing loyal employees are more.

Chrm Message From: sunil_1981dec Total Posts: 2 Join Date: 07/12/2006  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 23/11/2009 05:02:51 Points: 10 Location: India
As per my opiniion, he must have inform management that he is  not well and will be joining duty after getting well and thereafter he must submit the medical certificate.. if he has not informed the management than management has the right to take action against him.

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