Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling
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Raj Kumar Hansdah
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Consultant & G.m.
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Payroll, Recruitment, General Administration,
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There could be quite a few reasons for companies to relieve someone early [before the Notice period], like:
1] Want to push the employee out ASAP--could be a security risk [like Simhan mentioned].
2] performance-related [what would this guy do staying here now, except taking salary?]
3] the resignation could be in-tune with the HR's lay-off plans--saves them the trouble of laying off the employee [more prevalent in IT sector].
AND maybe a few more.
Coming to your queries:
1). Whatever they are doing is correct or not?
I don't think this is a right/wrong issue. Legally the company would be covered [check your Appointment Letter--usually something like '.....at the discretion of the company/management......' would be mentioned].
2). Am I eligible for money of remaining days I am not serving.
Like Simhan mentioned, pl check your Appointment Letter.
But why do you want the salary for a period you haven't worked here? Suggest look @ this aspect/point in another way.
You would have got another job which is the cause for this resignation, in the first place. And i presume I can pretty comfortably assume that the new Offer has a better CTC than what you are getting now. So maybe this could be your chance to get into the new job & start to draw a higher salary ASAP, than waiting until 3 months--just give this a thought.
But in case you want this company to pay you the 3 months salary AND yet join the new company earlier & get the advantage what I mentioned above, all I can say is: stop getting greedy......that's the surest way to anyone's downfall in the long-run.
All the Best.
When you have resigned for your job, normally there won't be any interest in the Co. affairs.
The Management is also not interested in you to entrust important jobs.
When both parties are not having confidence in each other, it is better to quit.
If the management is willing, you can proceed on leave for remaining period of notice period if you want to continue in service.
Think and act.
Bismi manpower consultant.
Company also is not going to get any big thing out of this period. It is "his decision" to quit the company and company "never asked him to quit". It is the choice of the company to relieve him before the full notice period is served or otherwise. Expecting salary for the balance period is not fair.
I am not aware regarding the reason why you are living the current organization, wether for some better offer from other company or the current company forced you to leave.....
If the case of Notice period being in HR i can say there are two options
1. You serve your whole notice period and get your salary
2. If company is pushing you and you are ready to serve the notice period and as per your appointment letter it is mention that any party can leave the job by giving two months notice then they have to pay you your notice period wether they want or not.
But just remb that if you are forced not to come for the job but still they will consider your notice then you will be eligible for getting your basic salary only as a notice period amount . As it is applicable in both the cases if you leave without serving the notice period then company is liable to deduct only Basic salary as your notice period.
So think about it and discuss clearly with your HR or Management.