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Absconding Employee

Postby Chap » Wed Nov 23, 2016 2:51 pm

An employee is required to give one months notice period. He has given 10 days Notice period and paid 20 days Notice Pay.Will he be still termed as "absconding". Under what circumstances can an employee be termed as "absconding".

Kindly confirm.

Regards,

Sud
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Absconding Employee

Postby Adel » Thu Nov 24, 2016 7:53 pm

Dear Sudhir Kamath

You have not stated weather the company has accepted the buying out of the notice period of 20 days by the employee. If the company accepts the buying out, then they cannot later on declare the employee as absconding. An employee can only be termed as absconding if he is taking unauthorized absence for a long time with out informing the company and in such a circumstance, the company can declare him as absconding.
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Absconding Employee

Postby Huntley » Sun Nov 27, 2016 12:51 am

An employee is required to give one months notice period. He has given 10 days Notice period and paid 20 days Notice Pay.Will he be still termed as "absconding". Under what circumstances can an employee be termed as "absconding".

Kindly confirm.

Regards,

Sud
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