Dear All, I am working In Mnc Bangalore , serving from past three and half years , onsite deputation at chennai.

I have joined for my B tech course jan 2010 Bangalore and I have to attend classes every week end, So I had put up a request for Transfer eight months before and I was requesting till this months . Though they had lots of recruitment happening at Bangalore ,they were giving me some or the other reason to retain now my request is neglected from my higher management . Finally I gave up the battle this month I have resigned . I am running short of time to study for my exams 80 -90 days left, but my present company wants me to serve 3 months notice period to get revealed .but I am confused now what to do.....(MAX I can serve 1 month but they don't agree, I have shown all original Admission Receipt)

The notice period was 3 months before recession. Then it was changed 1 month during the recession then again 2 months before they changed to 3 months again.

I am already stressed out from eight months hectic travelling... My intention is not to trouble any one , or get in to the trouble ...just I want to get out of this tangle ..and concentrate on my studies.





Hi harsha, you have to honour the agreed terms irrespective of your personal demands. Otherwise, be prepared to shell out cash in lieu of shortfall in notice period. Regards R.Ponraj
From India, Lucknow
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Please write a mail to your reporting authority and HR mentioning your current condition , requesting an early release and waiving off your notice period on humanity grounds. Please mention that you would buy out your notice period . You have mentioned , you can work for one month. Hence buy out the rest two months and take an early release. Mention how you would transfer all that knowledge require to do your job and responsibility to manage it with that one month. If you put this formally in a mail, they would have to revert to you. They may initially not give you any straight answer . But they will have to comply with that. At the time of separation please keep a photo copy of all the exit formality forms you fill and every communication you make. You may not need all these documents in the long run. But till you get your resignation acceptance and release letter , you will require to maintain every proof.

Continue with the negotiations till it matches your requirement . Do not worry. Once you have tendered your resignation the employer is left with little choice but to release you. Since attrition affects the business and creates an additional work to backfill . Its obvious that they wouldn’t let you go easy .

You have worked for more than 3 years with them. You have invested enough energy in this job. So please hold on for a little longer time. The release will come to you.

Wish you all the best.


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From India, Mumbai
Hi Harsha,
Try to negotiate with your HR directly once again...and explain ur situation. Otherwise..Try to find another resource in ur company who could be replaced for u and u can come back to Bangalore. In the worst case...u come out....but try to discuss this with ur co-workers and find a solution...definitely there should be a way.
All the best!!!

From United States, Duluth
Dear All Good morning.
Thanks for the Reply . I have already trained 4 person in advance and he is working on my behalf from past one week.....i am just supervising, and giving instruction ....after this how should I proceed in my case Hr is just like Puppet they know my situation since all my mail i kept him under loop and spoke to him directly twice ...but inturn I got a response like you will be terminated or you may resign from the acting manger rather than Hr ...but it happned in may...what i understood was they were shifting responsiblity (acting manager and HR) to confuse the employees....

Hi all,
hello every one after a very long episode the issue is solved , i am back in bangalore and continuing my service with the same company from past 8 months .... thankyou all four ur guidence and suggestion,
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