Shah Gaurang
Hr Manager
Tajsateesh
Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling
+1 Other

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hi,
my questin is that i join a company in last 2008 after of one year in last of 2009 i taked 2month leave due to certain reason. between of my leave my department had been closed then after of leave they send me in other department as lower desination which i have . so i left job without of notice .
now i want to give them resigning latter ...but they din't allow me........what can i do..........i need my experience latter and pf.............

From India, New Delhi
Hello Hemant,
You did a big mistake--of leaving the job WITHOUT any notice/resignation. You should have thought of the requirement of the Exp letter then than now. If you are in the HR line, it's all the more a bigger mistake.
You haven't mentioned the reason why you took 2 months leave--but going by the fact that the Company DID allow you to stay in another dept even after a 2 months gap, I assume you gave the actual reason to them when you applied the leave. Normally not many companies allow such a long gap after 1 yr of joining, even if it's for totally justified/genuine reasons. Once you just took-off without notice, the message you gave them was this: here is a guy who is interested only in HIMSELF than the Company, even after the gesture they showed.
As far as I can see, you have 2 options, ethically i.e.:
1] Talk to them & accept that you did a mistake & request them to give the the Exp Letter--pl don't harp on the period if they show a lower figure that you actually did work there [there's a saying in Telugu which means, whatever comes is sufficient enough dowry for a dead man's marraige:-)]. Be happy that you even got it at all.
2] If [1] doesn't work, be prepared to forget that exp. & learn the lesson.
I know this sort of response may not appeal to you, but it's always wise to think before you act.
What you should have done was this: if you weren't happy with the new posting, you should have started looking for NEW job & then resigned once you got it.
Rgds,
TS

From India, Hyderabad
Hi Hemant,

You have surely put yourself in a soup. First and foremost, you should never leave a job without giving proper notice and that too in writing. Trust me when I say this because I made the same mistake when I started my career. I am still suffering due to it.

Second is that your company was very good to have kept you on even after closing the department. They could have just sent you a letter while you were on leave to inform you that your position no longer exists. Instead, they took you back, though at a lower designation. I think the wise way would have been to go and talk to HR regarding the same and if there was no other option, then you should have resigned in a proper manner.

You have already spoiled your relations with the company and now expect them to issue an experience / reference letter. That is going to be very tough. As far as I understand Indian corporate culture, no company or HR will accept your resignation now just because you need an experience letter.

Tough luck my friend, but still give a shot to what TS has suggested. Maybe things might work out.

Regards,

Gaurang

From India, Ahmadabad
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