Resignation - Full And Final Settlement - CiteHR
Vrajeev
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PraveenIP
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R.vijey
Head Hr
Basant
Service
K.P.MISRA
Performance Mgt. & Talent Mgt.
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Ganapathy
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Soloman
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If an employee gives resignation and puts the last working day as sunday.Then should we pay him for saturday and sunday also or till friday in his full and final settlement.The company calculates the salary on the basis of days.
Rgds,
anueha
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Dear Anu
at first Resignation should be clear and unconditional . It should be submitted to the competant authority.
A resignation becomes effective ont merely when it is accepted by the authority concerned, but only when employee is actually relieved of his duties. The accepting authority will decide the date from which the resignation should become effective.
the employees is always relieved on working day and salary is calculated accordingly.
Thanxs and regds
basant
Dear Basant,
Thanx for the info ...but now i have situation where an employee has resigned and comeptant authority has not writen any date.then should we include sat and sun in his final calculation
Rgds,
anu
Anu,
Usually we make it a point to relive an employee on a working day. The salary is settled till the last working day. I dont think you can issue a Relieving letter on a Sunday as your office may not work on that day. Hence you have to take the last working day for the calculation of the salary.
Regards
Praveen
Hi,
I recommend you to go get the document from the resigned employees reporting officer. There is no company which relieves an employee on sunday and not without proper notice. If are ready to accept his resignation you have to pay him till the date you have you give an acknowledgemet for his resignation. If you feel that employee has not given proper notice you can deduct from his basic and nothing else. Write if you need more explanation.
regards
Vijay
Anu,
Accept his resignation but inform him that his last working day is Saturday and his wages calculated up to Saturday shall be paid to him;unless of course he comes to work on Sunday. I am assuming Sunday is not a working day in your organisation.
regards
ganapathy ramasamy
hi,
U have a couple of options: -
1. Inform him that u will relive him on Saturday / friday last working day of the week) & pay accordingly.
2. Go back to competent authority & request for a relieving date. we had an instance once where though the resignation was accepted no LWD was mentioned. for awhile we were working on the assumption that he was to be routinely relieved on completion of notice period. bUt luckily we found out that this was because that empl was a part of an important project & could not be relieved at least for the next 2 months & so no specific date had been mentioned. Pls ensure thats not the case with you.
3. In any case check with teh employee (only on a conversational basis & without any commitment) what would he prefer his LWD to be. MOst probably he will say that saturday & so your problems are solved.
Pls ensure that this does not happen in the future as well.
A
I had a similar situation this year I gave my resignation on 3rd march 2006. So for me the last working day was 2nd April 2006, which turned out to be Sunday. Our company HR told me to come on Monday and do the exit formalities on Monday morning. So by Friday evening I had completed all my pending work and handed over to my HOD................

But I'm not happy with the way company treat an employee who has given sufficient notice period. Department will always try to load extra responsibilities in the last minute. On the last day HOD will show his attitude at times and torture the employee and make them sit for hours to sign on the clearance form. Even though there is proper exit procedure, but the operation will always try to extent by giving excuses. The employee has sincerely completed his/her task. Im not including those employees who give one day or one week notice. Its about employees like me who gave 3 months (HR rule is just one month notice), sufficient notice period for the new employee to get trained and take responsibility. You treat him/her so badly that they feel humiliated and left with no option but to report the matter to a senior person. When you have put your heart and soul in giving your best to the company and worked hours to achieve organization goal. How could companies treat you like this? Im talking about big organizations where you have every procedure in place. It hurts you badly..
Dear all,
Thank you so much ..It has indeed solved my problem...as our last working day was friday so I will have to make that day as his LWD.Well as an HR I will have to be very cautious.....
Rgds,
anueha
Wages only till and inclusive of the last day the employee worked, irrespective of what day of the week or month it is. In this case, the fellow worked till friday evening and that's the cut off date.
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