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Sir,

I have submitted my resignation letter dated 13/06/09 due to personal problem in present posted location and asking reliving on 12/08/09 by serving complete notice period. My Manager called for discussion in the month beging of august '09 and he said that i would be transfered in the month of September'09, he has written in my resignation letter and forwarded to Head HR, Head HR is also said the same thing so i accepted and i informed them that i will withdraw my resignation but the Resignation letter was not given back to me and September'09 is gone same time the transfer is keep postpone and i dont have any option in my hand so i have insecurity so i need our senior advice please.

Regards
ABIS

RSUDHAAKAR -  Member Since: Jul 2009
Hi

Once the employee has given the resignation, the management has to accept the same in writing , however the employee does have the oppoutunity to withdraw the resignation before it gets accepted by the management

In your case, if there is no official response in writing from management side, you can withdraw your resignation through another official letter and keep the copy of the letter with you

Wait for management action , meanwhile try to solve the issue , by working at the same place or check up status of your transfer

Be sure the employee does have right to withdraw the resignation before the resignation acceptance is communicated to the employee

Regards
R Sudhakar

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Seniors please advice on this issue

ABIS

smritic556 -  Member Since: Aug 2011
Hi Everyone,
I need a favour from you all. My best employee of the company has given her resignation via email due to some personal proble. I want her to stay. please suggest me how to hanle this situation by non acceptance of her resignation.
Regards,
Smriti




 
 
 
 





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