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    Are employees liable to pay if they leave the job after being trained?

    I am working as a sales manager in an Automobile dealership. We are been send to various product related trainings and other too. I have been working since past 5 months but now in a mood to switch to a better option. Will I be charged for the trainings I attended as company paid for my many expenses?

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    venki Array
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    Re: Are employees liable to pay if they leave the job after being trained?

    hello..

    No company will pay the money for the leaving the job employees

    there is no liable to pay the salary to him as per the company norms

    the company norms are vary company to company some of company may pay the salary for those employess

    all the best

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    vinnu Array
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    Re: Are employees liable to pay if they leave the job after being trained?

    Hi, friend,

    The amount you pay is based on your earnings and the type of work you do........... If the employment exceeds 12 months, it may be possible to remain liable for ............ employees to claim unemployment payments ; understate wages being paid to employees must still pay their share
    of PRSI unless they are a..............

    ALL THE BEST.

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