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My notice period is 60 days. I need to join another organization within 30 days. In my current they are not allowing me to go without serving notice period. i.e 60 days. And telling that relieving letter will not be given if i leave within notice period.
My question is is there any law so that i can get my relieving letter?
As per my knowledge, if i leave after 30 days, they should give my relieving letter and experience letter after 60 days.
Need your suggestions.
18th March 2010 From India, Bangalore
Kindly go through your letter of apointment and read each and every terms mentioned in it. I hope terms related to this surely mentioned in it. It will help you
23rd March 2010 From India, New Delhi
Hi Kapil
This is R.Ramkumar, I was work with HCL comnet for 10 months but i quit my job without inform to my HR and without provide any notice period as well.almost 5 months completed... now am searching job, so i required reliving letter from HCL comnet is this possiable to get reliving letter from hcl. 60 days is my notice period with HCL.
I have 4 months Experience,if i left that 10 months gap in my career,Is this possiable to get job in MNCs..
Need your suggestion
2nd June 2011 From Saudi Arabia
Companies have the right to repudiate the relieving letter if the N.P. was not served and charges not handed over. Pon
2nd July 2011 From India, Lucknow
For getting your relieving letter, sure you must serve your notice period, otherwise you need to buy it......
Notice period must be served as per the term mentioned in your appointment letter.
If you conduct was too good and if the company worth your service, they can issue the letter without fulfilling the above two conditions..........
There is no other way............
2nd July 2011 From India, Madras
Hi Rajkumar,
As you left the job five months before without serving notice period,
The company will have wrong opinion on you. So you first call your Hr or go directly and meet them.........
Explain why you left the job without serving notice period, if you cant tell the truth then say same some other reason and try to earn sympathy of your Hr...........
If they didn't convinced by your reason , then tell them i will pay for it.......... Surely you will be getting it......
But make sure that you are in need of that letter or not....... Because unexpected issues may also arise........
Think and Act........
2nd July 2011 From India, Madras
HR themselves should understand and relieve the candidate immediately, they should not unnecessarily make unreasonable policies, 30 days as notice period is enough.
2nd July 2011 From India, Madras
Hi Kapil
Here I would like to take your attention on Relieving Letter. I have resigned from my existing company and I am serving 30 days of notice period. As per my Offer Letter 3 months of Notice is applicable or salary for the equal amount need to deduct in F&F
After my resignation, my reporting boss pushing me to serve 60 days of Notice instead of 30 days. I have requested him at my best. I am agree on the deduction part but still he is pushing me to serve 60 days of notice. New employer does not allow me more than 30 days of time.
Could you please suggest me for happy and legal exit, process, method or action which I have to take during my 30 days of Notice so that I can save my new Job
Looking forward for your support
16th December 2013 From India, Delhi
Dear PK,
No, your boss can't force you to serve notice period when it is specifically mentioned in the appointment letter that in absence of notice period you have to pay notice pay. You can also request your existing employer to adjust all your pending leaves in your notice period or to make payment in case on no adjustment and request for a formal letter from him which says that you have to mandatorily serve notice period and if it doesn't work out please approch your HR for intervention. Hope they will surely help you and if they are also not agreeing then tell them you will approach labour court/authority for such harrassment.
30th December 2013 From India, New Delhi

This is Soanala. i have work experience of 5 months in overseas education consultancy as a career consultant. becasue of financial problems i was forced to pick up a job. when i got a offer letter from the company, i joined immediatly without any second thought. i joined in February 2013 and i even got two/three performance achievement awards certificates. but later i was not fine with the job timings and also i need to prepare for my Semester exams and also i need to go for the treatment for my health problem. so i had many issues to quit my job. so without informing to ANYONE in the office/company, i just left the job (simply stopped going). but now i applied for other jobs. i mentioned that i have 5 months of work experience. Now, i am worried how to get the releieving letter from the company i left to submit at the interview.

and now i really dont want to go to the office for asking/ requesting for my releiving letter. i feel awkward/odd/ bad. cause if i go back to the company and asks anything, i dont know how will they react. im just worried and embrassed. thats why im hesitating to go office and aks them. so please help me out, what to do in this case. pleaseeeeeee, suggest me what to do.

please reply as soon as possible for my query.


10th February 2014 From India, Hyderabad
Hi ,
I joined HCL technologies for a project with vmware , the proect got shelved and I am on bench from past 1 month. i got an offer outside and they want me to join immediately.But my manager and HR are not releiving me saying its 3 month notice period .please help
29th April 2014 From United States, Sunnyvale
Following are the alternaties before you.
1. Pay & deposit 30 days salary in lieu of your notice period and serve 30 days in your present company (Check & refer your offer of appointment letter).
2. State clearly to your prospective employer that you shall be relieved by your present company only after serving 60 days notice period.
And seek extention in your joining time.
Based on the replies received, decide yourselves.
R K Nair
29th April 2014 From India, Aizawl
Hello Everyone,
I work in an IT company, want to know that does companies allow Leave without pay in probationary period. If yes then how many? Is it under rules & regulations of Shop & Establishment Act. I want to make this policy in my company's rule so please share your Ideas & information as soon as possible.
Awaiting for your suggestions
Warm Regards
Priya KS Das
29th April 2014 From India, Mumbai
As regards Leave, there is no rules under any Act (Certain Acts stipulates no of days leave to be given to employees.
For e.g. Factories Act, Shops & Establishments Act etc). Leaves to be administered based on individual companies'
leave policy.
There is no harm in giving leave during probation period, but limit such leaves as one day per month.(As a general rule
during the first three months of probation, no leave. Remaining part of probation period, only 1 day/1 month. If more than
1 day is avaled by employees during probation, start effecting loss of pay.
Evolve a leave policy which is best suited to your company.
R K Nair
29th April 2014 From India, Aizawl
Hello friend,

First thing you can request to your future employer and discuss your present situation. If possible ask them to give you a bit more time to settle down this issue. and then come back to your present employer and talk to your reporting manager regarding this.and approach him emotionally as well as if you were a good performer and had good relationships with your Sr. then this is the right time to ask them for favor. Talk to HR person and assure him that you will handover your all responsibilities properly and surely always available if co. needs you in future. request him and ask him if there is any option to settle down this one month Notice period then pay for it and get your relieving letter. Always stay calm during talk on this issue and show your patience and sweet nature to them all the time. work a bit hard. I am sure you'll get your letter. hope for best and keep trying.

Please check every point of your offer letter or any policy which you had signed or co. had informed you in past. that will be helpful for you in this issue. if there is any loose point then take strong stand on that but with calmness. I am sure these all terms and conditions will be there in offer letter.
29th April 2014 From India, Gurgaon
Hi Rajkumar, I am just advising you that its not about HCL comnet. Its about any corporate co. if you leave before 6 months without any genuine reason like health issue family personal issue then except this your next employer will count it your in competency towards job. Because HCL is a big name, one will not leave like that specially fresher just after 4 months. now after 5 months still you are searching. I would advice you to start your carrier as a fresher again because if you'll buy that experience from HCL, i don't think you will do something with that. you'll be hired as a fresher again anywhere. without letter you can show your experience with the knowledge of that profile in interview. Rest you can try once if HR agreed to give your Letter otherwise don't waste time. please mail me your profile in which you are searching. Definitely I'll try to help in your search. my email is .
29th April 2014 From India, Gurgaon
good thought. 30 days is also very much. it should be 15 days. now have you ever thought about the situation when employee leave the job just like with in 1-2 months of joining or sometime they even don't join after very positive follow up they denied in last minute of joining. I hope you also have thought about the employees just want to grab good opportunity don't even think about the present company or profile and just want to settle down the N,P minimum as much as possible. Don't you think these all situations should come under some terms and conditions. Dear its up to the candidate during joining process that what he or she is going to sign. HR always clear every term and conditions to the new joiner. Retention is the biggest issue in today's era. and small and mid level companies face problems when employees suddenly left the organization. So, these are are sometimes necessary if we think from co. point of view and unreasonable when we think as an employee. But with mutual understand in most of the cases it settle down.
29th April 2014 From India, Gurgaon
There is no point to discuss. as you said it's clear in your offer letter that one can buy the notice period and you are ready to pay for 2 months then they can't force you to do work more. just talk with them politely and with mutual understanding it'll be settle down.
29th April 2014 From India, Gurgaon
Please check out your project offer letter which you got. reply them acc. to the terms and conditions. request to HR that its a loss of your carrier growth so plz try to understand the situation. in the meanwhile they should search one who can replace you. check out what are the consequences not to serve the 3 months N.P.
29th April 2014 From India, Gurgaon
Agree with Mr. Nair. You can make rules as per the co. policy. It can be like in 1st month leave is not allowed after that 1 or 1nd half leave employee can take. or first 3 months they are not entitled any leave after that no. of leave one can enjoy as per company rules.
29th April 2014 From India, Gurgaon
I had resign the job recently.

In my appointment letter mention that my services may be terminated at the instance of either party only by giving to other party three calender month prior written notice provided that the company may if it shall so choose pay three month's salary in lieu of notice.

I had clearly indicates in my resignation letter that I would like to serve only one month notice and offers to pay for shortfall, and got the acceptance sign from line manager (who sign in my appointment and confirmation latter) in hard copy of my resignation.

As per company procedure we use to upload the hard copy of resignation acceptance letter in HR EXIST portal. I had done the same.But still Soft copy resignation letter YET to approve in portal.

After that I had send remainder mail with time limit to my line manager to approve the same.But he not replied yet.(already 15 days notice period over).

Now company enforcing me to work for 90 days.But I am not interested to do the same.

Can I leave the job as per my resignation acceptance letter ? Can I Get Relieving Letter ?

So Please Guide me.
18th July 2014 From India, Bangalore
Sir..I was working from 24 January 2018.....beacause of my personal reasons & further studies..I given resign letter to HR on 8th August..but HR said he have not any such letter..I also don't have copy.......as per company norms..1month notice period during probation..& 6month probation after confirmation ...... but I don't got any confirmation letter till today from HR...I completed 1 month notice period as per rule...but HR was pressurizing me..to serve 3 months notice period..but I simply left d job after serving 1 month notice period.............now HR threatening /harrassing me...to pay 2 months salary to the company......for F & F settelement ........ otherwise he will cancel my MNC registration & will do police complaint.....I request to administrator also...that m not getting any confirmation letter...but HR & administrator said...u automatically confirmed in our system.............sir please suggest me...what should I do for that.............Can he cancel my registration in
2nd November 2018 From India, Jubilee Hills
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5th November 2018 From India, New Delhi
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