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    Not being transferred even on medical grounds

    I am working in Nagpur in an area where there is a lot of dust. I am very allergic to dust and so I have asked for a transfer to my hometown in Delhi on medical grounds. But my manager is not ready to accept my request for a transfer. I donít think this is fair. I donít want to lose my job. So what should I do in such a case?

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    pushp Array
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    Re: Not being transferred even on medical grounds

    Hello !!!

    if your manager is not getting agreed about your decision based on medical ground than hand him the medical certificate duly assinged by the doctor stated that you are allergic person and you cant sustain in dust.
    and present this medical certificate in front of the manager.

    again if he refuses it than ask him why he is doing so with you.
    if he is able to give satisfactory answer than it is ok...
    otherwise you must talk to the senior authority .
    this might work for you.

    hope i am clear to you.
    thanks for posting in EALP.
    pushp ranjan singh

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    mainhundon Array
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    Re: Not being transferred even on medical grounds

    Hi aspirant

    Medical gounds are the best grounds for getting a transfer and as your reason is genuine your manager should have no qualms in giving you a transfer. But if he he is showing resentment in sanctioning your transfer he may reason for it and thus it is better for you to talk to him regarding the same. You tell your manager that you want to keep serving this company which has given you so much and thus dont want to leave your job. So you really want a transfer as working in this place is affecting your health which is not good for your future. As he also knows that health is the most important thing for everyone, so he should try to understand you and give you the transfer. Otherwise you will be forced to leave this job which you dont want to.

    I am quite sure your manager will understand your problem and thus will surely give you a transfer on medical grounds. So friend dont worry much. Do what you can to persuade your manager and I am sure you will get the desired results. But if your manager doesn't agree with you, then its certainly better for you to leave this job and find another one where you will not have to go through this trouble. Good luck for your future. I hope you get your transfer and continue working in this company.

    Thanks

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    abhijeet2015 Array
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    Re: Not being transferred even on medical grounds

    Hi............,

    What can you do ===>
    * You can only request for the transfer.
    * Realize the boss that you are facing too much problem in working.
    * But you can not force anyone for approval of your transfer.
    * So at that time it is good to leave the company.
    * Search the new job in your place where you like to work.

    Thanks

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    Ashok Array
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    Re: Not being transferred even on medical grounds

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I am working in Nagpur in an area where there is a lot of dust. I am very allergic to dust and so I have asked for a transfer to my hometown in Delhi on medical grounds. But my manager is not ready to accept my request for a transfer. I donít think this is fair. I donít want to lose my job. So what should I do in such a case?
    Dear Aspirant,

    It is a problem to you,but be happy.If you have genuine case,you can go ahead,you will get your transfer to either to your desired place or any other place where it is dust free.In order to get your transfer,you should give three choices.If you do so,your management will think your case genuine & it may not think that for sake of going to your home town,you are pretending to be allergic to the dust.

    Meet the manager HR/head of the company with your representation along with medical certificate & try to convince him.See the result.If it is not positive,you can send a pleader notice to them provided you have the desired medical certificate & have given the choice of three places.

    Hope for your positive result.

    Thanks.

    Ashok..

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