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I work in a BPO, I have been top performer for the month of May and performed extremely well in June and July. Management and HR issuing termination due to performance issue, though there are lower performers than me however nothing being said to them.
Please advise what should be done in this case. They asked me to write resignation however I denied.
7th July 2012 From India, Delhi
the company cannot terminate your services on performance issue if there are performers lower than you. this act of the company amounts to discrimination.
19th July 2012 From India, Delhi
This is a biased issue, you can neither call it violation nor you may accept the fact of termination!! though Janakrajvatsa is right regarding the discrimination, one thing must be observed, that you can not prove the low efficiency of your co workers to prove the discrimination but the company can prove yours....
(Even if you may wanna prove, difficult to establish and consumes lot of time and other costs........)
So, I personally feel, that it is the better opportunity for you to change your workplace so that you may get to know the good coworkers where you will have the good scope for learninf and development..... so, your employer in one way has done a good job taking your put from the sheeps considering you as a goat..... take it positively and move on....
All the very best.....
8th August 2012 From India , Bangalore
Hi,
First check whether your organization is an "industry" covered under the Industrial Disputes Act, and whether you are a workman as defined under the Act. If yes, you send an "approach Notice" to the employer, alleging wrongful termination and ask for your reinstatement with all back wages and continuity of service. By terminating your services, without giving you an opportunity to explain your case, the employer has violated the principles of natural justice. If the employer alleges that your performance was poor, the same has to be established through an impartial domestic enquiry.
The employer has the option to prove the misconduct in the Court. However, you stand a very good chance to be back in service. You should immediately serve a notice on the employer.
Cyril
31st July 2014 From India , Nagpur
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