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One of my friend's has given a resignation today i.e. 13 April 2011 and the boss is asking her to serve a notice period of 30 days(a month) , meaning she has been asked to work until 12 May 2011.Her date of joining was 14 April 2010. Her doubts are :-
  1. What will be her resignation date?
  2. If she serves the notice period for a month then in such a case, is she entitled to receive a month's salary from her company?
  3. In the reliving letter/ Experience letter what would be her last day of working :- resignation date(i.e. 13 April 2011) or last day of the notice period(i.e. 12 May 2011)?
  4. Her total experience with the company would be :-
14 April 2010 to 13 April 2011
OR
14 April 2010 to 12 May 2011?
Many thanks

From India, Delhi
1)What will be her resignation date?
Ans:- Resignation date will be 13 April 2011.
2)If she serves the notice period for a month then in such a case, is she entitled to receive a month's salary from her company ?
Ans:- Yes she is, But tell her to do follow up for releasing letter, in case if she is not getting as releasing letter is an important document.
3)In the reliving letter/ Experience letter what would be her last day of working :- resignation date(i.e. 13 April 2011) or last day of the notice period(i.e. 12 May 2011)?
Her total experience with the company would be :-
Ans:-Last day of notice period
Warm regards
Shraddha
HR
Mumbai

From India, Mumbai
Answer of your question is:
1. Resignation date is 13/04/11
2. Yes she is entitled for salary till last working day.
3. Last working day would be 12/05/2011 (if she work till 12/05/2011)
4. It would be 14-04-2010 to 12-05-2011(or last working date)
Regards
Bhupendra
HR (Payroll)
Noida

From India, Delhi
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