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Twitter user says an employee should be judged on how they serve their ‘Notice Period’, sparks debate


Team Udayavani, Jul 30, 2021, 3:12 PM IST

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Notice period became a topic for debate on Twitter after an entrepreneur, Rajneil Kamath, suggested on the microblogging site that potential employers should consult previous employers to find out how a person worked during their notice period, because that reflects on their work ethic.

 

Reacting to his suggestion, few Twitter users decried India’s lengthy notice periods and how they naturally lead to toxic work cultures, while others spoke on burnout and stress that employees face with work piled upon them.

 

Several users however agreed on one thing that being the lengthy notice periods in Indian companies.

One user pointed out that it is unfair to judge someone’s entire work ethic based on an arbitrary period of time after they have already quit rather than the work they’ve put in so far.

Responding to the netizens, Kamath argued that the conduct of a person during that period says a lot about how that person views work when they believe there’s nothing to lose.

 

Others pointed out that one should also see from the perspective of how an employer treats his employee during the notice period.

 

 

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