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Dear Seniors,
My freind is working in one reputed bank , as per HR norms he got offer from another Bank and he supposed to join in 30 days, existing employer insisting for serving 3 months notice period as per policy, what best he can do, he dont want to loose the opportunity and new employer wants hims to join at the earliest

Dear Capvk,
Certianly, no one looks at loosing a new job especially when one is interested in it. In contrast, one has to leave the current employer in good terms. Inform your friend not to muddle-up by conflicting with the exiting ones. However, if the dates do come to bowls, you must employ your negotiation skills to secure the new job and avoid taking any instant step that could get you a black mark.
At a best conduct; speak to the Bank if they could relieve your friend with a minimum or any other alternate way to trim down the notice. Let know the thoughts and the reason of joining a little later by showing that you would want to pursue this job outlay. Need to be firm, instant to resolve if something is needed. Remember not on unstable motion spoiling your own piece of work.

Dear Capvk,
Looking it from different perspective - assuming that your friend is employed at a mid or senior level / cadre serving 3 months notice in a Bank is important for handing over the task & well so informed.
If his new employer is ready for buying his notice period, he can very well speak with the current employer & convince them to handover the task within 30 days & earn his relieving certificates. If he fails to convince him there is not point in spoiling relation & he must try to convince the new employer to wait for the said period (which seems more difficult).

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