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I want to know which one is better. forceful resignation or termination letter. what are the pros and cons in between these 2 methods of resignation. what are the chances of getting a new job through termination letter / forceful resignation.
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Hello Rinku
I do not understand the difference between forceful termination and termination, when termination is at the instance of the employer. you have further confused the members by calling by resignation.Please clearly describe even if it means more words as to waht you wnat to know?
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Hello rinku234,
As B.Saikumar mentioned, your query is confusing.
Looks like you meant 'forceful resignation'--pl confirm.
Presuming this to be your intent w.r.t. usage of the terminology, it's always better to prefer forceful resignation to termination--since it serves the purpose of BOTH the organization [removing the employee from the rolls of the company with minimum consequences] AND ALSO the future of the employee.
However, there could be situations when 'termination' would become the de-facto action/response from the organization-end--like disciplinary issues, integrity issues, theft, etc.
Hope this clarifies your query.
Hi Rinku!
I would just make assumptions here.
If you are en employee and you committed a grave offense against one of the policies of your company which is obviously punishable by termination and you are being called by HR and given choices whether to resign voluntarily or wait and allow the company to issue termination letter to you, I would suggest, choose the former. But doing so, as much as possible, try to be good to your employer still especially to HR and your superior because when time comes when your new employment prospect will call them for background check, the possibility is still high that they will still vouch you or if not, even being neutral is already fair enough.
Hope this helps.
Dear Rinku234,
Its difficult for an employee to get a job with his termination letter in hand.. There are chances of getting other jobs if its a forceful resignation..as the future employer may not know that it is a forceful resignation until & unless the employee himself reveals it or if it comes to you for background check verification.
In my opinion, taking forceful resignation is better than providing termination letter to avoid complexities and other legal problems from employee. It is as well advantageous for the smooth process of the organisation. On humanity grounds, we can just push out the employee from our own organisation to avoid any sort of discrepancies. Let him live elsewhere peacefully and we can also proceed peacefully.
Forceful resignation is better option then taking termination letter, forceful resignation does not describe whether it is normal or forcefull, secondly you can claim experience certificate on the basis of resignation, releiving letter, no due certificate etc.
According to me both the words "termination" & "forceful resigntion" are same. Both will affect the future of employee. Thinking by the recruiter's mind he will never accept the reasons given by the new candidate so if possible just say "resignation" in the service certificate.
Kalpit Mhatre
Larsen & Toubro Ltd.
ECC Division
Resignation is comparatively better than termination. Obviously, termination denotes ,the Employer was not satisfied with Ur performance whereas resignation means U have quited the job and this matters for future emploment.
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