What Is The Relevance Of Relieving Letter? - CiteHR
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Hi, My husband recently resigned from one of the top IT organisation after serving more than 4 years. He asked for early releaving within 5 days instead of normal notice period of 30days and offered to pay off the salary in lieu of notice as per company policies(30 days notice period or 1 month salary either side as per appointment letter) but his request was turned down saying he is working on live project and he has to serve the full notice, they also admonished him saying that he is going to be responsible for the consequesnces if he is not going to serve the notice properly. My husband asked them that what will be the consequesces if he doesn't serves the notice and want to leave? They said they would mention on the releaving letter that he was not punchual with his work and responsibilities. Since then he is very depressed.

My question are

1) what is the relevance of releaving letter? Can he join other organisation on the basis of experience letter?

2) If the employer writes anything against the employee on releaving letter then what kinds of problems that the employee can face?

3) Can an employer threatens like this? Do employee have any right to retaliate for this in corporate world?

Thanks!

Kindly go by the Appointment Letter,,
If it says that salary can be given instead of notice period, he can very well do it,,
He can pull them to the court, if they threaten for the same,,
Dont get carried away by the reliving letter formalities,,,,

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