Saturday, October 29, 2005

Convenience Management

Judgment:- Put in your papers? You can change your mind before notice period

Hv come across situations where the withdrawal offer is accepted under mutual consent. In few cases where the recruitment process is initiated for replacement or in advanced stage, withdrawal moves sometimes do not favour the employee.

The peculiarity of this case tickled my thought processes. Can the same principle be applied for the below given situation:

"An individual decides to go against the interest of general public - detonates a bomb to damage part of a bridge. Feels sorry later and undertakes to rebuild the damaged bridge. Though temporary disruption in traffic is felt; for being retributive - can he roam free enjoying the same old privileges as that of a non-destructive citizen?"

“Other side: If withdrawal offer (at any stage) of few see the light (with all benefits restored), why not of others too - who were also productive till the date of serving notice.”

Just remembered the ‘case-to-case-basis’ approach. May be it is good(!) and easy to practice Convenience Management ;-)

- donkeySOUP


Message: 18
Date: 24 Oct 2005 09:44:02 -0000
From: "Rakesh"
Subject: Supreme Court Judgment on Employment Law :- Put in your papers? You can change your mind before notice period

Put in your papers? You can change your mind before notice period (Source: Rediff)
The Supreme Court on Saturday held that an employee can withdraw his resignation during the notice period and is entitled to consequential benefits from the company if he is not allowed to work.....

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