Bharghavi.D
Hr Assistant
Tajsateesh
Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling
Pandit Satish
Hr Manager.
Kanth_citehr
Software Engineer
+1 Other

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Hi team,
I been working in a software firm and resigned and had completed my notice period also,I been asking for my relieving documents but the Hr says we don\'t have a approval from your manager so we can\'t provide you, your relieving documents.
Please help me it\'s very urgent.

From India
Dear Kanth,
If you employer is refusing to generate relieving letter, in such circumstances you can not do anything and against them. Only thing you have to do is, you have to inform your new employer for the same, to suuport your statement, you have to show them your resignation letter, acknowledge copy of resignation from your immediate boss, if you can track and get a print of your attendace records if there is a attendance software or else to prove your last working day with the company. Depend upon above you can won confiedence of your new employer, and you can have relaxation for the same.

From Singapore
I am highly angry with these kind of HR Practices being an HR i hate this.
some times we HR creates problem for employees.
I am asking one question to all HR( GM,HEAD,MANAGER,EXECUTIVES ALL) THAT WHAT WE ARE. WE ARE FOR EMPLOYEES BETTERMENT OR PUT THEM IN TO BIG PROBLEM.
WE ALL DO NOT FORGET THAT WE ALL ARE HUMAN BEING BE HAPPY AND MAKE OTHER HAPPY.
WHAT DO YOU SAY???????????????????????????
SATISH

From India, New Delhi
Hello kanth_citehr,
Can you give more details of the situation?
You mentioned that your HR informed you '.........we don\'t have a approval from your manager so we can\'t provide you.....'.
Is this true & if so, WHY is your manager not giving the approval?
Also, where are you located? Your Location tag says it's Korea.
Another point: Was your resignation accepted when you resigned? The Notice period phase comes later.
Unless you give the FULL details, any suggestions by the members would only be 'SURMISES' & based on presumptions--and then pl don't blame any member for giving you advice/suggestion that's not accurate or realistic.
Pl give as many details/background as possible reg the situation--I am sure you will get accurate & practical suggestions.
Rgds,
TS

From India, Hyderabad
Dear Kanth,
You say you have served notice period... If you have completed all the relieving formalities properly... no doubt your HR will give your relieving letter keeping it in flowers. If they are not providing you, talk to them... Ask what other formalities are to be completed... May be your handing over is not completed or may be other pending issues... Talk to them and get to an understanding... complete everything accordingly..
Please remember HR is a mediator and can process your relieving only after receiving clearances from all departments and your HOD especially.
HR is always a service support team to support employees & employer and not to put anybody into trouble... It is a party which thinks for all parties excluding its own party.
Hope Pandit Satish has also got his answer..
Regards,
Bharghavi

From India, Bangalore
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