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Recovery amount from Bonds/Contracts from on-site tenure
« on: March 23, 2017, 07:27:45 AM »
I am being asked for 72 Lakhs as recovery amount from my company as I had signed an agreement on USA transfer for 1 year. What should I do?

My company management had sent me to USA for a year to fill in some critical resource who left the company and due to their business requirements I had to fly.

While the visa was getting processed, this became a actual policy in the India Dev Centerís management and I was asked to sign a agreement/bond that asked all the expenses they did for me during US tenure or stay for 2 years in India. I refused, but they told me its a usual thingy to avoid bad apples. Even my US management said the same and convinced me. Now its all over, I am back in India after the assignment and 6 months now. I got a good job where I want to switch to, but they are asking for all the money (72 Lakhs in total) as recovery amount saying that you are setting a bad precedent by doing this. I am not sure what to do. Is there some legal route I can take here?

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Re: Recovery amount from Bonds/Contracts from on-site tenure
« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2017, 09:43:17 AM »
If you have got any notice from them, you definitely need to reply to that. Please take help of lawyers in drafting the reply. Without seeing the NDA, much cannot be advised.

It is settled law that no agreement/ bond can force you to remain in employment and stop you from joining any competitor company. However, the company has the right to recover the expenses for any special training that has been given to you and nothing more.
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