Dear Sir,
I'm working in LTD Company, Now i got a better opportunity
So, I taken a leave for 15 Days with Oral communications from
my HOD. After that i submit my resignation through mail to our HOD on
20.07.2009.
After that I Had received 2 written notice from HR at a time on 27.07.2009.Through post. The letter Dates are following
1. 11.07.2009
2. 18.07.2009
I received those notice after my resignation (1 Week)
If they will take any legal action on me.
Please advice me what can i do.

From India, Hyderabad
Dear Durga,
The letter has been sent to you for what...
As I understand, it may be for absenteeism...
You have taken verbal approval, maybe that is the reason.
I will suggest you talk to your HR guys and resolve.
If my interpretation is wrong, revert with the details of the letter..

From India, Hyderabad
Firstly u tell me ur previous co. term & conditions. if there is any notice period is compulsory or not. & what they write in notice letter.
From India, Haryana
but , in any case quitting a company in this manner is not recommended. you shud go there and finish your formalities , bid bye to all . this keeps your repo good.
From India, Madras
Prasad its not the right way to put down ur resignation. Wat was the need to take leave. No one can stop u from leaving the present concern if u wish to until n unless u r not under any sort of agreement but U should complete all the assigned tasks n tats ur responsibility too. Only then u will get ur service and relieving letter.
The letters tat u received from ur HR was abt ur long absenteeism.........

From India, Madras
The letters you receive might be due to the long absenteeism and it can be resolved by mutual one-to-one interaction. KB
From India, Madras
As everyone said its not the right way of resigning!
And about the letter, it may be due to your long absent and I dont think that the company will allow for such a long leave of 15 days without proper reason. I am also confused about what leave is that, whether CL or Coff or any medical or else other? I think its a non informed leave.
And about the legal actions, it will depend upon your organizations policies. If there is any clause in your appoinment letter of informing them and to serve for a perticular period after resignation and you have signed it, then you are breaking the contract, they can take an action. if you have signed a bond, then they will definitly take action.
Better you consult with their HR team!
Thanks and Regards
Dany(Jr...)

From India, Ahmadabad
If you had received the letters post submitting your resignation then the case is in your favour as long as you have the resignation mail POD from the courier company(i assume it is through courier and not email).But again you must have a written acceptance approval from your manager in response to your mail.......
All in all it should not be a problem , just approach your company for exit formalities
Regs
Jason
BCom, LLB.,PGDBA

From India, Mumbai
Thank you very much for spending your valuable time for me..
Thank you for your suggestion,
Yesterday i went to company i submitted my Resignation in written & finished my formalties with H.R.
Regards
PRASAD

From India, Hyderabad
HI,
Thank you very much for you suggestion,
I went to our company and i submitted my resignation in written & i finished my formalties
And i good treat from our colleages & our boss,
Thanks & Regards
P.Durgaprasad

From India, Hyderabad

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