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    Will training expenses be deducted if I resign in three months?

    I have attended 2 training since I joined. Itís been 3 months I joined. I got a good opportunity in another company but I am confused whether to opt it or not as the training charges which my current company bearded so will the employer deduct them from my salary?

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    Re: Will training expenses be deducted if I resign in three months?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I have attended 2 training since I joined. Itís been 3 months I joined. I got a good opportunity in another company but I am confused whether to opt it or not as the training charges which my current company bearded so will the employer deduct them from my salary?
    Dear Aspirant,

    Congratulations for getting better opportunities for job soon.when you have got better opportunity,you must apply for that.
    The training cost incurred by the present employer may not be deductable because this types of conditions are not generally mentioned in the terms & conditions of the appointment letter.But you may have to remit the amount of money for violating the terms & conditions of the appointment.It depends upon the terms & conditions of your appointment that what conditions you have to fulfil,if you rsign from the job during & after your probation period.

    So go through it carefully & follow the same in order to resign from the present job in case you are selected for new job.

    Thanks & good luck.

    Ashok

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    Re: Will training expenses be deducted if I resign in three months?

    When you join any Company, you are offered the Appointment Letter.
    the Appointment letter contains all the terms and conditions with regards to your employment.
    It also mentions your compensation, leave policy, exit policy, how much notice period is required etc.
    Also when you join the comoany, HR also briefs you about the rules and regulations of the company.

    So read those documents and take your decision.
    If you have really got better job profile in another company, than YES, you should join the next company.
    also if the next company where you ahve been offered job is better than the current company, than alo you can join it.

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    Re: Will training expenses be deducted if I resign in three months?

    In modern world,you cannot leave job like this in most of the organizations.Most of the companies sign a bond of a particular amount of rupees with the employee it is recruiting stating that if the candidate leaves the company within the stipulated time as mentioned in the bond,then the candidate has to pay that sum of rupees to the company.Hence,it is not advisable to leave the company within the stipulated time as mentioned in the bond.

    Incase,you have not signed any such bond,you can surely leave the present company where you have undertaken training of three months and move on to the new company.You will get the salary of three months of training only when your resignation is accepted by the present company.Money will only be deducted incase it was mentioned in your job offer that you have to give the training charges if you leave the company in between of your training.

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    Re: Will training expenses be deducted if I resign in three months?

    Hello,

    I doubt whether you will be able to leave the company after the end of your training period.This is because,when ever you join a company you have to sign a bond ie.an agreement with the employer that you wont be able to leave that particular job before 2 years or 3yrs.That is you have to serve them for those minimum 2or 3 yrs,as per the terms in the bond.So I think you wont be able to leave your existing job at this point of time! Go through the terms and conditions and then take your decisions accordingly!
    If you are not asked to sign such a bond(in rare cases) then only you will be able to switch over to another company,otherwise not!

    Good luck

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    Re: Will training expenses be deducted if I resign in three months?

    Hello !!

    please dont take the tention of the money.
    if you get settled in one of the nice and reputed company you will be earning lot and lot.
    so if the company deduct training amount from your salary and the company is good one than let them do.

    if you work for them with honesty than there will be chances of getting more than what i invested.

    hope i am clear to you.
    pushp ranjan singh

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    Re: Will training expenses be deducted if I resign in three months?

    Dear questioner if you accept the appointment letter under the bond agreement for a certain period say 2 to 3 years only then you can not resign, as behind your appointment there is agreement you can not leave without fulfilling your agreement.You can do that if you think you have got a more and more better option then present appointment,and it will be looser for you, if you continue your present service then you can break the Bond agreement with the employer showing important/unavoidable circumstances,and compensating present company.

    Otherwise being a permanent/casual employee at any time you can submit resignation after serving 2 to 3 months' notice to the present company,this is legal any employee can do this.

    Thank you,

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    Re: Will training expenses be deducted if I resign in three months?

    I have joined an mnc as a fresher and it's been only two weeks and have a better offer from another company. I still haven't signed a bond but our training has started. What are the chances of me resigning without having to pay for any of the initial training (i.e., soft skill and basic computer training)? Also it says in the terms of employment that I have to serve a notice period of 1 month before leaving and pay all costs that the company asks for, am i legally obliged to pay them this amount? Please help me.

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    Re: Will training expenses be deducted if I resign in three months?

    Will training expenses be deducted if I resign in three months?

    Congratulations for recouping opportunities for job presently.
    When you have gotten higher chance,you must apply for that.
    The coaching price incurred by this leader might not be deductible as a result of this sorts of conditions don't seem to be typically mentioned within the terms & conditions of the appointment letter.But you'll have to be compelled to remit the number of cash for violating the terms & conditions of the appointment.It depends upon the terms & conditions of your appointment that what conditions you have got to meet,if you resign from the work throughout & once your probation amount.

    Thus undergo it rigorously & follow a similar so as to resign from this job just in case you're elect for brand spanking new job.
    When you be part of any Company, you're offered the Appointment Letter.
    the Appointment letter contains all the terms and conditions with regards to your employment.
    It additionally mentions your compensation, leave policy, exit policy, what quantity notice amount is needed etc.
    additionally after you be part of the corporate, unit of time additionally briefs you concerning the principles and laws of the corporate.

    Thus browse those documents and take your call.
    If you have got very got higher job profile in another company, than YES, you ought to be part of following company.
    Additionally if following company wherever you have got been offered job is healthier than the present company, than additionally you'll be able to be part of it.

    In present,you cannot leave job like this in most of the organizations.Most of the businesses sign a bond of a selected quantity of rupees with the worker it's recruiting stating that if the candidate leaves the corporate within the stipulated time as mentioned within the bond,then the candidate has got to pay that total of rupees to the corporate.Hence,it is not better to go away the corporate within the stipulated time as mentioned within the bond.

    In case,you have not signed any such bond,you can sure enough leave this company wherever you have got undertaken coaching of 3 months and move to the new company.You will get the wage of 3 months of coaching only your resignation is accepted by this company.Money can solely be subtracted shut in it absolutely was mentioned in your job supply that you simply have to be compelled to offer the coaching charges if you allow the corporate in between of your coaching.

    I doubt whether or not you'll be ready to leave the corporate once the top of your coaching amount.This is as a result of,when ever you be part of a corporation you have got to sign a bond that is.an agreement with the leader that you simply wont be ready to leave that specific job before a pair of years or 3yrs.That is you have got to serve them for those minimum 2 or three yrs,as per the terms within the bond.So i feel you wont be ready to leave your existing job at this time of time! undergo the terms and conditions and so take your choices accordingly!
    If you're not asked to sign such a bond(in rare cases) then solely you'll be ready to switch to a different company,otherwise not!

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