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My Case:

In 200x, I got an admission to Xxxxxxx Institute of management. Based on the admission letter, I was given \'Leave Without Pay\' considering my consistent performance in XXX (Co. name). It gave me a positive support and I was always considering to join back XXX Co.

In 201x, When I heard seats were increased in IIM’s I pursued and was successful to get admission to Indian Institute of Management - X, one of the premier institutes. As a result my total study period has extended to 3 years.

On the due date (20 July 201x) of joining back to XXX Co., letters were sent to my home and as I was pursuing my PGDBM at IIM X (Attached degree certificate as a proof), I could not come down to Chennai and initiate my resignation or report back.

As per XXX Co. policy they have dismissed me and as I was pursuing my education in Xxxxxxx (Instt.), I have sent a letter (through my father) requesting for extension of my leave without pay but was later replied with denial. I was ignorant to send an e-mail to initiate my resignation process.

Even after completing my post-graduation from a premier institute, I am finding it difficult to get a job because dismissed employees are not encouraged anywhere. My career is in a jeopardy..

Now I understand the value of being responsive in a hard way, it is only because of my academic pressure and ignorance has caused this error.

I request you to please help reverse my dismissal on humanitarian grounds Sir.

I wanted to know whether a reversal of dismissal is a possibility?

If possible in what grounds??

[Moderator's note : Post has been edited for brevity; and Names have been changed to protect the identity of the person, institute and company]

It may not be dismissal.it must be a simple termination. From XXX side, they have sent you communication about your re-joining on the date of expiry of your study leave.Having not heard from you, they must have terminated your services.Simple termination will not be a stigma for re-emloyment technically. You hav etwo options left, in my view.
1) Approach XXX and plead with them to condone a lapse in procedural compliance and pary for treating it as acase of resignation, having regard to your long career ahead. You need to strike a communication with XXX.
2) Explian and convince a prospective employer about the circumstances that led to the termination and that it is not out of any performance related or conduct related issues but is teh result of non-communication.
B.Saikumar
HR & Labour Law advisor
Mumbai

For someone with an IIM degree, no employer will bother with the fact that you were terminated for not rejoining at a time when you were half way through your education
What makes you think this is going to effect your job prospects

If you want to join XXX itself, then consider going there and talking to the HR Manager directly and try to convince them with the situations you were facing during the leave and the reasons for not joining back and apologize. If they are okay, you can re-apply. If they don't make sure you get the details of the termination in hard copy so that you can furnish it and prove your innocence in other cos.
Else, as my fellow member said , being an IIM Degree holder, you will not find it difficult as u had a valid reason you were not able to rejoin them and go for other opportunities
Best wishes

Thank you Sir, I have communicated the same but neither of them are considerate enough because they believe company policy is above all and I respect it. I am only pleading them. Currently I got a campus placement with a bank (Nth largest private bank) but they are very strict and asking me to resign from the job.
I have explained them and I have also made them to talk with xxx HR. On what grounds can I plead them? How can I save my job?

Make sure you have written communications with XXX Co.. Also, you got the Job in a private bank and thats good.
You can write the resignation mail to HR with a return receipt.
Also being IIM Degree holder.. you would get better job opportunities..
All the Best for your future.

When you got admission to IIM, you should have requested XXX for Study Leave extension.
For you, it is very important to pursue a degree from IIM and at the same time, for XXX, it could be commitment to their customer(s).
So what best HR @ XXX can do?
1. Get you on job ASAP
2. Grant you unconditional study leave for some more period
3. Terminate you and hire another resource (As you know, most of the knowledge companies run on PEOPLE POWER)
My suggestion is just forget it and concentrate on your next job. Who has given you this idea "Even after completing my post-graduation from a premier institute, I am finding it difficult to get a job because dismissed employees are not encouraged anywhere". Continue your search and very soon you can find a suitable job
If you don't mind, share your latest resume with and CTC here. Also mention, what sort of profile, you are looking at now.

Thank you Sir/Mam,
Currently I have a campus placement with a bank (xth largest private bank) but they are very strict and asking me to resign from the job. I have communicated the same to XXX and my current employer but neither of them are considerate enough because they believe company policy is above all and I respect it. I am only pleading them.
I have explained them and I have also made them to talk with XXX HR. On what grounds can I plead them? How can I save my job?

Even after talking to your XXX HR, If they are in the same ground of asking you to resign, then there is no other option is what i feel. Any management will follow their company rules first, if their policy doesn't allow them to take a candidate who was terminated from the previous company regardless of whatever reasons it may be, then there will be no point of you pleading or convincing them as they will not change.
Try looking for other opportunities as well. Before you join in any company make sure you tell them, the fact in order to avoid such circumstances .
You are a proved professional, your hard work will definitely lead u to success.

I appreciate everyone who have replied to my query.
Can anyone suggest me, How can save my current Job with my current employer?
I have been honest enough to share all the information, yet I am facing this issue. Is there any value for honesty in this society anymore.


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