Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling
Recruitment, E.s.i. & P.f
Senior Software Engineer
26th August 2011 From India, Delhi
Like experttrainer mentioned, pl take him into the loop.
Suffice it to say that your GM is a smart guy--but he was only doing his job: to retain those who want to quit, as per the company norms.
And you too did one strategic blunder--to give some hope of reconsidering your decision to quit, which the GM grabbed & converted to the company's advantage.
All the Best.
26th August 2011 From India, Hyderabad
i have one question to you if you have given to your GM to saying that am withdrew my resignation verbally or written, if it is verbally then it is not necessary to stay back in that company and if it is written then you need to serve the notice period again, when comes to salary it is mentioned in your letter of appointment while you are in notice period company will pay salary or not if it is not mentioned in letter of appointment then you have every right to take your salary for the period which you are eligible to get your salary.
Don’t mention the company name because it is not correct to use the company name like in these situations because of it will not good to use the company name
Siva Kumar tata
26th August 2011 From India, Hyderabad
26th August 2011 From India, Bangalore
Greetings for the day,
Gone through the situation described it is really a shame after serving notice you are not relieved, rather negotiation for continueation is going on, i simply advice you if you have better oppertunity over here forgot for a change and grow your carrear over here.
thanks & regards,
sumit kumar saxena
27th August 2011 From India, Ghaziabad
As per your appointment order you need to work or complete notice period it as per company policy (some companies having 2 or 3 month notice period and depend upon your position)
Once you tendered the paper than there is question of stay back in the company if you want. But if you given any written paper regarding continuity of the Job on some condition than you need to survive in the same Job until completing the given time
If there is such kind of thing with you than come of the company and go for new job if you got the new job
Do not worry about salary there are lot of ways to get salary with intrest, once you have valued documents like salary slip, attendance, and salary account details
Pls share your contact details
27th August 2011 From India, Bangalore
1. I suppose you put in your resignation in writing and clearly indicated that you were giving to the Co, the prescribed two months' notice.
2. The GM of the Co. negotiated with you are persuaded you to withdraw your resignation. Now, did you again communicate with the Co. in writing that you were actually withdrawing you resignation? Please claify.
3. Did the management accept your request for withdrawing your resignation and did they also communicate their decision agreeing to your withdrwaing your resignation in writing and did you sign the same in token of receipt and your acceptance of the same? Please clarify?
4. In the wtitten communication from the management, were any revised terms as per commitment of the GM mentioned? Pl. clarify.
5. If the management wrote to you that they have agreed to allow you to withdraw your resignation, did they stipulate any conditions in their written communication? Please clarify.
6. Now after expiry of your notice period did you actually continue to work for the Company and if so for what period? Are you still in their active employment? Pl. clarify.
7. If the matter of your agreeing to withdraw your resignation is only a verbal assurance you gave to the management, then you are NOT bound in any manner to serve out the prescribed notice of two months, yet again.
Once you clarify the above queries maybe we can offer you better, sound advice in the matter.
27th August 2011 From India, Mumbai