Anil.arora
Administration Head
Tajsateesh
Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling
Anurag Jain
Hr Manager
+1 Other

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Dear All,
Needs help !
I had resigned without a notice period due to my Family problem, which was communicated to concern HR, GM and Business Head of the Group. When requested for Salary and Full n Final Settlement i was told that due to no Notice Period i will not be getting my Salary and FnF.
I had informed to about my Family Issue time to time to my HR, GM but there were not support from them, and forcefully i had to resign to take care of family without giving any notice period to the orgnisations.
This incident took place four year before and till date i have not got my FnF.
Requesting HR experts to help out with this concern
Regards
Bharat Dabhade
9904304501

Hello, No, after i resign i never asked for Experience Letter. But yes i wrote to Business Head & Corporate HR about same. Bharat
Hello Bharat Dabhade,
You haven't clarified 'WHY' you didn't even ask for the Letters for all the past 4 yrs.
Also, you haven't clarified why do you need the documents NOW--AFTER 4 yrs.
And for what duration did you work in that company?
Frankly, the only option I can see is for you to just forget that you worked there & move on in your life.
However, pl do wait for other members to respond too.
All the Best.
Rgds,
TS

Well i agree with TS, you must not care about it and need to look forward to your future...its a past and you need to live with present and have to do things for future only...

First thing I wanna know that why you took long time to realize this and why you never asked them to get you your F&F and relieving certificates during this time?? what about this 4 years?? What you did??

And after long time you coming back to the main concern and don’t even realize your mistake…what is this?? I don’t believe this Man ..you don’t even have respect towards your career.

I understand that you had to resign from your current position that time bcz that the required of your family position and concern and you maybe suffered a lot but it is not acceptable that you have never realize this and never asked them to get you F&F.. i don’t think that you were not in a position to write a resignation letter or was helpless with the e-resignation (via EMAIL)..you are talking about something which you’v never cared to remember and have never given any value to this. Think about it!!!

Anyways, now what you have to do is to visit them and complete the formalities of RESIGNATION and request them personally. Try to meet the HEAD-HR and tell him/her your concern and that you are ready to complete the formalities which you have have to do until than you are not going to get any support by them..

It is very obvious, why you were never get relieved by them, why they haven’t cared to get you F&F bcz it is actually a ABSCONDING case bcz you never resigned from your position. Hope you are getting my point and believe me this is not a good thing for you and for you career too..

Well how much amount/dues you are expecting from them…and are you working somewhere these days or what???

Sir,

Thank you for Feedback.

I know i did not care but i tried to talk to high authorities about same, i do have all written communications trough e mails.

There were some issues with my wife's pregency, which was communicated time to time to my immidiate Boss, Conern GM of the orgnisation. I had requested to my boss to relieve me bit early from my duty which he never sanctioned. Inbetween my wife had to hospitalised twice due to same problem. So forcefully i had to resign from the Job, i had resign a week prior my baby born.

After a week of resignation i personaly requreted to GM for my Salary and FnF, but he refused for same as did not given any notice period prior resiganation. Then forcefully i wrote a complaint about all these incident to Chief Officer of the Orgnisation. Following is the reply from Chief Officer.

Dear Bharat,



Thank you for your mail. At the Orgnisation we certainly believe in a balance between personal considerations and exigencies of work. I am requesting Corporate HR to carry out a detailed investigation in to the matter and will be in touch with you in this regard


This is the reply from Corporate HR

Dear Bharat,

Based on your concern, we have conducted an enquiry.

In keeping with the policy of the Company, since you were not in a position to give the organization notice before leaving, the Unit had informed you that your salary will not be paid in lieu of your notice period.



We regret the inconvenience caused to you as mentioned in your email and efforts will be made to ensure a better balance between personal considerations and exigencies of work.



We wish you the very best in your current assignment.



There after i tried for an appointment of the MD & Group Chairman, for Justice / Help (see mail)

Respected Sir / Madam,



Greeting of the Day !



This is request for an appointment with Chairman of Group.



I am Ex - Employee and looking for justice / Help from Sir.



Regards,



Bharat Dabhade

Sir, Know i tried my best for same. Then i joined another group and now doing well with good position.

I am just trying the possibilities and understanding my mistake.

Regards

Bharat

Hi Bharat,
The situation illustrated by you is pretty convincing but this is quite unfortunate that corporate HR Team of your precedent company had not dealt the scenario in the professional manner.
As you have requested to meet with the senior management staff of your previous company; it is good to settle the things in the appropriate manner.
You can propose them to pay for the notice period not served as per the terms of your letter of appointment with the company and similarly request them to pay the salary for the period and ask them to issue the relieving documents. The best way is to requesting them personally; which you already doing.
Four years is a long period to recall the kind of matters or to request to the labour commissioner concerned to the company? Therefore the possibilities of recovery of salary from the law point of view appear are very weak.

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