Most of the companies in our Country are collecting Original Certificates from the candidates and keeping them as Security Deposit. Is it Correct ?
17th May 2010 From India , Tiruchchirappalli
Hi,
Yes, I have heard that there are many companies who adopt this practice. I think the utility is to keep the person on the hook, so that he does not run away after taking the employment. He has no means to object to this if he is in need of the job. He should always be careful to obtain proper receipt so that he can claim the document when needed.
Personally, I have not been in favour of this practice. No candidate would willingly like to part with his original documents. The organisation does not portray a good image by adopting this practice.
Cyril
23rd May 2010 From India , Nagpur
Yes, many companies use this to exploit candidates and force them to work for longer periods.
10th August 2010 From India , Delhi
please scan all your educational certificates and make them look like original certificates and give all these certificates to the HR Dept posing them as original marksheet. Dont worry about job, just do it and whenever you feel like to leave the company just leave the company without notice and dont take your marksheet/certificates at all.
Hain na accha idea!!!!
16th December 2013 From India , Mumbai
It is an unfair practice and against the natural justice of the companies nowadays to retain their employees and to extract heavy work and the employees will be afraid as they deny to issue their certificates.one have his right to work anywhere and no one can bind them and he can get the certificate legally
Regards
N.P.KAILAASH
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8th January 2014 From India, Coimbatore
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