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Behavioural And Management Skills
If you have served your notice period or have made payment inlieu as per the terms & conditions of employment as agreed between you and your employer vide the appointment letter AND also you have settled any dues payable, you have the right to demand a relieving and experience letter. If you have done all the above and still the employer refuses to provide you such, you can demand that in writing through a registered post. You can servce a legal notice. However, contents of the experience certificate stating your performance/conduct is discretionary.
12th July 2010 From India, Madras
13th July 2010 From India, Kochi
13th July 2010 From United States, Arlington
K Vijay Kumar
Freelnace trainer in Behavioural and Management Skills
Ex-Head of Training, IT Companies and Ex-Naval Commander
14th July 2010 From India, Mumbai
If you have completed all your formalities as mentioned above, companies generally issue a relieving letter. Some companies on the same day or some may issue with one or two days time. If there is a lapse on your part, with respect to serving notice period or any dues from your end, please close the gap and send a request to the respective company.
14th July 2010 From India, Hyderabad
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15th July 2010 From India, Mumbai
Otherwise, you can demand for the required documents at the time of resignation and if necessary can take legal action.
6th August 2010 From India, Kurnool
I claim only my reliving letter.
4th January 2014 From India, Secunderabad