During probation, employer can terminate service of employee without notice if there is suppression of material facts: Supreme Court

The Court relied upon its decision in Avatar Singh v. Union of India, wherein it was observed that once a verification form requires certain information to be furnished, the declarant is duty bound to furnish it.
During probation, employer can terminate service of employee without notice if there is suppression of material facts: Supreme Court
Supreme Court of India

The Supreme Court recently reiterated that during the probation period of an employee, it is always open for the employer to cancel the candidature or terminate his service without notice, in case of any suppression of material facts or submission of false information by such employee (Rajesh Kumar v. Union of India and Others).

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