Hello All,
i kindly request to advice me on the issue i am facing presently. I have joined one of the top 3 indian companies at present. Its been 3 days now. I have 3+ experience. They are telling me to work for windows platform programming language whereas i have all my exp in unix platform. Also everything is automated in the project and need to make small changes stuff and get the work done. More over that is not my interested domain. I cannot keep my heart into it. I told i cannot work in the project. But they say to work in the domain for year then we will see.
I want to quit the company. I am very much frustrated and mentally depressed. I cannot take it any more. I have made my mind to resign. My question is should i need to serve the notice period or can i quit directly. I have 3 month probation period.
Kindly advice. it just been 3 days now.
23rd May 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Please go through your appointment letter regarding notice period...if there is a mention to serve the notice period when you resign during probation period..then you need to serve it...
23rd May 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Dear HR,
It says as below:
Probation Period:
You will be on probation for three months .Your confirmation will be communicated to you in writing.
company reserves the right to terminate your employment in case your performance, behavior and / or conduct during the probation period is found unsatisfactory.
Notice Period:
During your employment either you or company can terminate the appointment by giving 30 calendar days written notice or 1 months basic salary in lieu of the notice.
company reserves the right, if it is in the interest of the business and current assignment, to ask you to complete your notice period or decide whether your existing earned vacation or basic salary in lieu of notice period may be adjusted against the entire or partial notice period.
23rd May 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Yep, you need to serve the notice period..as there is no special mention about notice period during probation... You may also discuss with the HR...as you have completed only 3 days.
23rd May 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Hello HR, I have got my resignation acceptance letter. But they say the releaving letter is not required as it is only 4 working days now. Is that ok? regards, sanvara
25th May 2010 From India, Hyderabad
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