CRK.MBAHR@yahoo.com
Branch Manager - Operations
Ankit.purohit
Mis, Hrm, Payroll, Recruitments, Er, Employee
Kanika_exl
Human Resources
+4 Others

If a person resigns from his job before the confirmation or during probation period so do he or she need to serve notice period????
10th April 2010 From India, Shiliguri
Refere the offer letter / appointment order. If there is any clause to serve notice period, it is applicable...........
10th April 2010 From India, Madras
A person is not bound to server the notice period because he is not confirmed employee.
even if there is a bond condition because bond system has been abolished in india.
usually employment bonds are one sided not two sided they are also considered null and void
11th April 2010 From India, Gurgaon
In general, probationer need not serve one month notice. 24 hrs notice is more than sufficient. Also to be checked in the appointment order issued at the time of joining, if there is any specific clause is mentioned.
12th April 2010 From India, Madras
Hi Deepkrewari,
there are always company's policy enforced for separations. One cannot go like this even the person is not a confirmed employee. There are clauses applicable in all the cases that like there is specific notice period for both confirmed and un confirmed (probationary) employees which would be mentioned in the company's separation policy. One should always refer it it before quitting the company.
Please clear me if I have missed something.
12th April 2010 From India, New Delhi
Hi Sabia,
If a person is under probation and resigns hen he/she is required to serve a notice period of 15 days. However, it totally depends on your contract letter if this is mentioned anywhere or else you can get in touch with your LINE HR.
Regards,
Kanika
12th April 2010 From India, Delhi
Hai Sabia,
A minimum notice period should be served, because an employee even in the probation period or confirmed employee serves the notice period, the management would have a minimum time to refill back.
Thanks & regards
CRK

12th April 2010 From India, Vijayawada
Hi Friends ,

I need your help as i am in desperate search of a job but every where i go for an interview, i face the most common question and that is - well we see that there are many shiftover of jobs in your career. To be more precise 6 jobs in span of 18 years. I also agree that in my initial period of jobs when i was a fresher i have hopped for 3 years with 3 jobs but after that i have been steady and have always tried to gain more knowledge by staying with the organisation and tried my level best for growth of the organisation and myself.

But due to this company took me for granted and tried to take undue advantage out of it like for eg.promotions were given to new comers, salary was much higher for new joinees as compared to me which prompted me that i am no more required in this organisation and hence after securing a better job than the present in all respect i left the jobs.

Now once again i am in same situation , ie looking for a good opening.

But my question is how should one justify his shiftovers like in my case.

(Kindly note- I am in Marketing field and always have acheived the targets set by the mgmt.)
14th April 2010 From India, Mumbai
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