Cite Contribution
Community Manager
+1 Other

Cite.Co is a repository of information and resources created by industry seniors and experts sharing their real world insights. Join Network
Hello, I have been working in a company for the past 2 years. now that i have put my paper. I have to serve a notice period of 2 months. after serving the notice period, my present company is not giving me the date for relieving. The offer in hand is very good and i want to join them and will expire after 5th June.
So kindly tell me any ways which i can come out of the situation.
Any advice would be highly appreciated.

From India
Dear Ms. Vivian,
Revolting! well, I understand fewer companies does this act purposely but in here I cannot comment as I'm unaware of the exact situation. Din't your HR give you an acceptance on the resignation? -- If yes, then you are ON. If No, then how did you assume to be in NP?
A normal remedy, write a letter (in brief) to your HR or your reporting head of the department requestig you to relieve you at the earliest as you've completed serving your notice to the company. Do not forget to take an acknowledgemnt from the HR as this would be your only proof of acceptance. If nothing works; you need to ask your new employer to extend the DOJ by explaining 'em courteously.
If situation demands, you need to sway your management, "Convince or Confuse" theory.
All the Best!

From India, Visakhapatnam
Dear Sharmila,
They are not replying any of my mail regarding the same. When i ask them face to face, they say management hasn't decided about my relieving. I had a talk with my new employer they say that they cannot extend the day of joining.
My management isn't having a word with me. They are saying come back again tomorrow. same goes on for a month. So is there any way i can come out this situation.
Regards
Vivian

From India
Dear Vivian,
Send an email to your reporting manager and your HR stating that you will not be able to report beyond 3rd June'13. As your resignation has already been accepted, you request to initiate the reliving formalities on 3rd. Offer them every support towards the release. However, mark a copy to your personal id , so that it remains as a document with you.
Inform your new employers about the relieving and assure them you would be joining them on 6th. If need be, do request their support towards the requirement of the reliving documents from the firm.
Hope this helps. Wish you all the best !

From India, Mumbai
Vivian - It's time for you to handle circumstance a li'l different rather to bemoan about the present employer. Since you are done serving the notice period, you've all rights to inquest on your releiving process -- Write a letter and an email (elucidating your condition -- also add that you do not have any pending works to complete) addressed to the HR, HOD, Management personnel's updating that your NP has been served & request them to releive you with the F&F at the earliest. Keep a copy marked to your personal email for any further correspondance.

Await for a day and if you do not get any response, share the email copy with the New Employer (that you're being bullied by the management) seeking their approval to join as usual. [See what they have to say]. In case, IF the present employer does not act in response to your case; you may seek a labour comissioner's office with all the documents (appointment, resignation letter, copy of an email provided recently enquiring releiving), an application from a conciliation officer will have all your problem solved. This method is MODEST and employees do follow modus operandi for a better future.

I understand that the New employer will watch over the part before it takes time for thsi process. Before all this, set things with your new company and then "+" your step. Self-confidence should be your biggest tool.

Self help is the Best help!

From India, Visakhapatnam
This discussion thread is closed. If you want to continue this discussion or have a follow up question, please post it on the network.
Add the url of this thread if you want to cite this discussion.






About Us Advertise Contact Us
Privacy Policy Disclaimer Terms Of Service



All rights reserved @ 2020 Cite.Co™