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After going through so many discussions on the said subject. One has to decide and leave the company with out notice and do your other work but not to join any where.not to reply as if your not in town.
In such situation company has two options either he/she is sick or mentally not stable ,due to which not turned back and resume duty for long period of time. Simply they (company) deliver letter saying your services have been terminated. After successive two letter's, in case no response they shall terminate legally or silently. Company has burden too in case of eventuality, due to that fear, they close employee account as fast as possible.to keep the company reputation they do not to indulge in any of your activities which may foresee danger as per company predictions.

From India, Calcutta
@Kittu

I think you misunderstood the problem. My friend do not want a termination letter but a relieving letter. I hope you would know the difference between the two.

My friend needs a relieving letter which would also emphasize the fact that she worked for so and so company for such duration when she would want to look for job in future. A termination letter on the other hand would work against her.

The idea you gave surely would ease out the company to terminate her on legal grounds, mark her absconded and if they happen to find that she is working somewhere they may give a negative feedback as well. That is not something that she wants to do and neither is actually advisable.

(I fail to understand what made you give this idea and suggestion. If you are an HR and you suggested this, I think its high time to get the basics corrected. If you're not an HR but just out of your bad experience or frustration you suggested this, I would advice you kindly refrain from giving those advices which may have adverse effect on someone's career and hence even life.)

Nonetheless thanks a lot to have dedicated some time to my issue.

From India, Mumbai
Anonymous
An employee has resigned with a effective of two months later. Within what time frame can she with draw her Resignation before the effective date ? Regards, Sanjeev.
From India, Pune
Dear All
I resigned from my current company by email.
after one week the HR sent some settlement forms .
Is this a proper acceptance mail...??
becuz he just wrote "PFA" in mail.....
I need to send the resignation acceptance copy to new company.
Is this PFA is OK.....???
PFA (PLEASE FIND THE ATTACHMENT)

From India, Kharagpur
Dear Rahul,
The settlement form sent by HR can be considered as acceptance as the settlement form are not sent to working employee. I hope this would prove that you have resigned. Though i would recommend that you ask your HR to formally accept your resignation and document the same on mail. I do not think that they will have any problem in providing you with that Mail.

From India, New Delhi
Dear Sanjeev,
The resignation can be withdrawn any time before the formal acceptance of the resignation. However the same can be withdrawn even after the acceptance of resignation but if the Management allows you to do so because it will be the wish of the employer in such case.

From India, New Delhi
Hi Ankita,
It is obvious that all the concerned people acting on behalf of the employer are using intimidatory tactics which is bordering on harassment. Your friend may politely refuse to hand over any cheque or payment (other than shortfall of notice or training program attended for which evidence of cost is available), and ensure all her correspondence is in writing. This will insulate her from any unforeseen circumstances in the future.
Secondly, there is no harm in seeking legal opinion and acting accordingly. Lastly you may wish to advise her to read carefully all future agreements / documents she may sign on.
Thank you.
Shashidhar

From India, Hyderabad
Hello Ankita Shah,
Like Shashidhar K mentioned, suggest to your friend to LEARN from this experience....given that Agreements are now a way of life, so to say, in any field [whether one likes it or not]
Also, any update from your friend?
Rgds,
TS

From India, Hyderabad
Dear Ankita,
Only four suggestions :-
1 - Tell your friend to do not get underpressure by HR.
2 - Do not pay a single penny to HR, under any circumstances.
3 - Take legal help (the case is yours)
4 - Search for new job & enjoy.
Bye,
Sanjay

From India, Chandigarh
She surely learnt that lesson. Basically it so happens that since after graduation, when its long that you've placed, one tends to sign service agreement / bonds without seriously thinking of its impact otherwise.

About her case -

She is trying to reach her director but is unable to. She thought of going through the proper hierarchy first and proper methods so that there are no more grudges for her.

The HR is not willing to negotiate. But there is no communication from their end as well. This is actually fine as it just means that they'd not harass her if she's not paying up the amount. But just for the sake of experience letter. Sure she don't need it immediately but if after some time she wishes to come back how to prove the employment tenure?

Also an experience letter is a right of employee whether or not s/he would look for job any further. Would we not give an experience letter to a person getting retired even after knowing that s/he's not going to work anymore?

Again the dilemma is if we follow the legal route (like labor commissioner or such) for holding back of experience letter, the reason given by HR that she's broken the bond and not paying back might be considered.

She is waiting to have a peaceful negotiation with director as early as possible but it seems very unlikely to me.

From India, Mumbai

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