Thread Started by #yash varshney

Because of some personal reason I had to left my old company and joined new company at lower package.During the recruitment HR told me that I have to give commitment at least for 1 year in this company.But i did not give any commitment in written.I told them them verbally that if things goes fine i will stay for minimum of 1 year.But made no commitment in written.(neither in appointment letter)
Now i am searching a new job to increase my salary.But i m scared that if i leave company before 1 year whether HR will provide me relieving letter or not.
If HR says to me that you made commitment for 1 yr now u r leaving us early so we will not provide u relieving letter then what should i do??
Please suggest me.
20th October 2011 From India, Delhi
You are cat in the fence. Confused on your career. Money is not everything. Job satisfaction is also a matter of concern. Think in relax mood and make your next move. It is unethical to switchover within a span of 1 yr that too after you give some commitments whether it is written or verbal.
20th October 2011 From India, Lucknow
Hi pon, Can u plz tell me why it is unethical to switchover within a span of 1 yr.I m not confused in my concern is only that what should i do if i dont get releiving letter.
20th October 2011 From India, Delhi
Dear friend,
what wrong the company did by giving you and opportunity.
If you leave the concern within one year and company doesnot provide you any relieving letter,it might spoil your name.
Think again and try to prove yourself there ,even if it doesnot work,then only try option after talking to the boss only.
Puran Dangwal
21st October 2011 From India, New Delhi
Ethics play role here. Verbal or written, it is a commitment given by you and if you leave before the committed period, it is breach of commitment. It is upto you to decide. Pon
1st November 2011 From India, Lucknow
Hi Pon,
I commited with a condition that if all goes well only when i will continue.If they dont give me a good hike then i will have to leave. :(
but problem is that what will happen if they dont provide me relieving letter.
1st November 2011 From India, Delhi
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