Am I Eligible To Get A Relieving Certificate If Full Notice Period Is Not Served - CiteHR
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Just do request to your reporting boss and do complete exit formalities with proper handover of all duties. May be you employer will not give your relieving in time. Might be they will give it after 60 days only. Or just ask to your future employer that can they accept your joining without reliving or delay in reliving.
Your future employer may accept your joining and they will take a written statement from you that you have resigned from Wipro, to avoid the double employment case.
All the best for your future.
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You have to serve the resignation letter as per terms of your appointment letter.It is fully at the discretion of your employer to waive the notice period or not.You cannot compell them for that.You can maximum ploitely request them to release you earlier as otherwise you are going to miss a better opportunity and expressing them thanks for giving you an opportunity to work with them.
Hi

the views and advises given for both employer and employee understand needs of both sides. As an employer looks at its business goals, while employees look for his opportunities and leave to new place for different reasons. it is difficult to meet two ends. Hence, terms and coditions do play role in settlement.

with respect to notice period, pl refer to terms and conditions wherein you may observe that any short fall of notice period can be bought in first place, in the case of employer, he may pay notice period salary and ask employee to leave, and in the same way employee can buy short fall of notice period . it is mutually agreed term. you may appaise the same with your manager , and comfort him/her in the first place that KT will be completed in toto before the date you preferred to leave. Actually , this should have been planned when thought of looking for opportunities.

please do not send negative waves that employer/ manager is at fault, there may be a chance that you may meet seniors now in another organisation again. I find that you should have fine tuned your process of leaving in a more planned way.
Thanks all for the comments.
My future employer is willing to buy out my notice period but my current company does not allow buyouts. I have been informed today that since I will not be completing my notice period I will not be getting my relieving letter on my last day. I was wondering if I can ask for one at a later date say 2 months after leaving the company. Will they at that time still continue to refuse me a relieving letter? I am fine if they even give me a relieving letter which states that I didn't serve my full notice period.
Please advise.
Hi,
You can always ask for the relieving letter at a later date and as in this case it looks like your employer doesnt have any issues in giving the same after some time. You can check with your company's HR about the suitable time when you can get back to them regarding the same. And yes do make sure that this conversation happens though emails and you save the email for future reference.
Hope this helps
Nisha
Hi,
Pl. get the acceptance on all the handing over things /list from all the department within 2o days time , if you can't able to get relieving letter.
Pl. talk to the prospective employer about your notice period issue and relieving letter and request them to join u without relieving letter or ask them the solutions if they want you join immediately.
Regards
Johnson
Hi, I am working in Mumbai one of the corporate office. I just wanted to know that if I am resigning from my position, my reporting manager should ask me offer letter for new organisation?
Should I forward them or not?

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