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I have close to 7 yrs of experience in recruitment and joined with a small recruitment firm. Due to poor infrastructure and other facilities I resigned the job after getting the salary for the first month. The offer letter shows the employee need to serve one month notice period only after confirmation after six months of probation. But he wants me to serve the notice period of 25 days. He separately got some rules and regulation sheet in loose bond sheet with respect to office time and terms and conditions but the copy is not given to me. Now he is not giving the relieving letter stating because of me he got 5 L loss in his business during the 1 month period I worked utilizing his company. The office timing itself is 9.30 to 7 pm Monday to Saturday and there is no salary slip during the probation period. How to deal with this. Please share your ideas.

If you worked in the company for only 1 month and as you have also not served any notice there doesnt seem to be any point of taking a relieving letter as this is a very short stint and you will have to answer numerous questions on the same to your new employer. It is better not to show this experience in your resume.
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