Arun Kumar Maitra
Presently Working As Company Secy. In Old
Korgaonkar K A
Ba,llb,mpm,dir&pm,dll&lw,d.cyber
Tajsateesh
Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling
B K BHATIA
Director Of Company
Loginmiracle
Consultant & G.m.
Kknair
Hr, Ir, Law, Disc. Matters
Pkjain62
Service As Dgm-hr/legal
Rakesh Pd Srivastav
Chief Manager - Hr (plant Head Hr)
Priya Vbs
Hr Trainee
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i WAS WORKING IN A BANK FROM LAST 24 YEARS AND HAVE SUBMITED MY RESIGNATION WITH 2 MONTHS NOTICE, BUT AFTER A MONTHT i WROTE THEM THAT i AM LEAVING THE JOB AND SUBSIQUENTLY JOINED A NEW JOB FOR 10 DAYS WHICH DOES NOT SUIT ME,HOWEVER, NTICE PERIOD IS STILL IN FORCE, PLZ SUGGEST ME HOW i WRITE TO ADJUST ME BACK
From India, Gurgaon
Hi
Instead of writing the letter you can contact your next lever supervisor and make a mutual talk with them, explain the situation but sure no harsh words against your any of your banking professional who are working with you. If you have presented your contribution for your job as satisfiable to your supervisor in the past 24 years that would be a plus to you. All the best.

From India, Madras
Hello Saleem,
I am with Yuvastanza.
Talking with your immediate manager will be the best way--putting things in-writing in such situations will be only for the formality of putting things on record--NOT for moving the issue forward in your favor.
All the Best.
Rgds,
TS

From India, Hyderabad
Normally,merely issuing a resignation letter,without acceptance by management, is a one way matter. Once the resignation is accepted,then your chances of rejoining are bleak.However it depends on how structured the HR Policies of the bank are.
Pls.try the verbal approach,as suggested by my other colleagues,here.
Best of luck;for urgent action pls..
Mahesh.

From India, Hyderabad
Dear Saleem: The point is that one can always withdraw the resignation till it is accepted. Since your resignation has not been accepted, as it appears from your query, you are well within your right to withdraw your resignation. About, how to put it across in words, this depends a lot on your organisation culture. However you need to be most polite and could be a bit apolagetic about the whole episode. I feel it is better not to mention your tryst elsewhere. The earlier it is done the better. I wish you all the best. Regards KK
From India, Bhopal
If your resignation is accepted and even you are in notice period nothing can be done. Further it is discretionery powers of the head who has accepted or to be accepted your resignation.
J Vaikunth
Vaipav Consultants
09962113555

From India, Chennai
You can not work on your whims & fancies (resign --> accept another job -->current job not to your liking --> want to return to previous job); please do not make a mockery of the employment system. A person with 24 years experience can ill-afford to be immature. You may feel hurt, but that doesn't matter. It is never too late to mend oneself.
Better adjust in your new job environment & put in your best. Remember, your old employer is not waiting for you since you were never indispensable. They must have already selected your replacement & made an offer. On what basis should they cancel their offer?

From India, Delhi
Dear Saleem ji,
I do appreciate Shri. Bhatia.
Still you want to withdraw your resignation, legally you can do so but before you receive acceptance letter of the resignation by your management. For GOD sake please do not mention in your letter of withdrawal that you had a trial of 10 days with some other employer and you find it not to be suited to you. Take your seniors into confidence for the withdrawal. Give appropriate reason of doing so.
Wish you all the best.
Thanks with regards.
Keshav Korgaonkar
Shantadurgaent.com,Insurance Advisors,Corporate Advisors,Legal Advise,Wage and salary,Shantadurgaent.com,Labour Compliance Audit,SSI registration,NOC from

From India, Mumbai
Dear Sir: Once left a organization, you should not go back there. Although if you get the job back, however you may not get the same honor you enjoyed there. Just wait for some days definitely you will be able to adjust with the new job environment as you have a vast experience. Best Regards.
From Bangladesh
I feel sorry for Mr Bhatia for by his comments he makes out to be a poor manager where ever he may be creating havoc. The world has never been too square my friend. Who are you qualifying this person as immature??? Are you too mature for the life you are living? I sincerely doubt it.
I would never have liked to have a boss of your 'grandeur' as you are a despicable person by the way you reason things out. You must be a good manager in India: Stay there and be only be appreciated in this wonderful land.....Never try elsewhere for you may feel less happier with the sad mentality that you carry with you. Cheers

From China, Jinhua

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