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Employee doesn't want to resign but family wants her to.
« on: January 22, 2015, 02:41:27 PM »
Hello Sir/Madam

My earnest apologies if the sction where I posted this is incorrect as I have no idea under what/which category my issue falls under.

I run a startup that is into Web Designing and other associated service.

I am facing a unique problem that is a mix of professional and personal issues.

The issue is with two senior most employees (Founding members) of the firm.

1: Two of these employees (one male and other female) are of 23 years of age.

2. The male employee (hereinafter referred to as A) is a co-founder.

3: The Female employee (hereinafter referred to as B) is a fresher who was recruited on November 2014 as a Web Developer

A was the direct supervisor of B and their professional relationship turned personal and they both fell in love.

B is a brilliant employee and both A & B is strictly professional in Office and they strictly adhere to all the policies setforth by the firm.

B has raised the affair to her family and due to cast mismatch her family is against their relationship and is forcing B to resign from the firm whereas B has no intentions to resign.

B has requested the company NOT TO ACCEPT her resignation if by force she is made to tender one and has also requested the company to prepare a bond for her that requires her to work with the company for 1.5 years.

Both A & B would like to marry but only after a couple of years as they need to get financially settled.

The parents of A are completely fine with the relationship where as B's family is trying all sort of emotional blackmailing and forcing B to quit.

As a friend and a CEO, what should I do to solve the issue? The company wants B to stay as she is a brilliant asset to the firm and we have already invested some amount for her training.

Help on this matter would be greatly appreciated.

Regards

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Re: Employee doesn't want to resign but family wants her to.
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2015, 03:12:30 AM »
from legal point of view there is nothing we can advice here, you have to find a solution to your problem.

if after that you land up in a legal mess we can than help.

by the way if both are major they can marry as par their wish.

if u like my posting plz submit your comments

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