Dear All..
i am new joinee and was really thought to come right place after reading few discussions..
Recently i had resigned from a company and as per the latest company circular, given to us by the HR dept, for my grade the notice period was 1 month... as per that i resigned and gave a notice period of 1 month... but while calculating my full n final settlement on the last day of the notice period it was found that my appointment letter which was 4.5 years old had a clause of notice period of 2 months for that grade...
The HR dept showed me that clause and told me that since i am leaving one month early i will have to pay a months salary to the company... since all happened on last day... i did had choice to serve another one month in the same company...i m still fighting for my complete settlement....
I request your guidance in such a case what exactly can be done. Since as per the new HR circular persons at my grade have one month notice period only.
Thanks n Regards

From India, Chakan
Normally a circular issued revising the terms and conditions of service will supersede the appointment order served some 4.5 years back. Therefore, the terms and conditions of original order should be taken as expired in the event of issuance of the current circular. Therefore, if the new circular calls for one month notice, the employees are required to give only one month notice and not as agreed at the time of appointment. When all the terms of appointment are subject to change (like change in salary, change in date of appraisal, change in the pattern of leave etc) why should we stick on to notice pay only. The decision of the HR is not fair but illogical.
You may please raise this matter before the Board of Directors.

From India, Kannur
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