The company said in its guidelines that ‘part of strengthening internal management of the organization is to support the corporate culture of loyalty to the family, love between husband and wife, better protection of the family, and all employees who are married to focus on work should refrain from unethical behaviors such as extramarital affairs’. Moreover, the organization has made it clear that they are implementing these four ‘n’s’: ‘No illicit relations, no concubines, no extra-marital relations, no divorce’. It has warned that if anyone violates these, action will be taken.
On this, an employee working in the company told the local media that the purpose of these is to encourage employees to maintain a stable and harmonious family and productivity at work. However, it is not clear whether the organization took this decision or whether office affairs influenced it.
Netizens are reacting differently to these rules on social media. While some welcome this, others criticize it as a loss of personal freedom and privacy. ‘Cheating is very common in marriage. Government officials should intervene in this matter. Now an organization has taken the initiative to fight against this bad behaviour..this is positive for the society..the organization deserves our respect,’ commented one.
However, a lawyer said that only those who are unable to work or whose abilities do not match the requirements of the job can be legally fired. “Even if the company’s guidelines include a ban on illicit relations, it still does not provide a legal basis for firing an employee. If an employee is fired for this reason, steps can be taken to protect their rights under the law.” We suggest that employers should promote the right values… but companies cannot violate the rights of employees because of extramarital affairs.”
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