Anonymous
Dear all, I need help to solve my dispute with my MNC Company on resignation.

The case is as follows:

I went hometown on 10 April as I went sudden ill. I took approved leaves up to 30 April 2013. I put resignation on 3 May on email remotely from hometown & voluntarily due to my personal & family reasons. I Put mail to Boss, senior boss & HR that to approve my resign on mail.

They didn't replied until 15 may, then I called all 3 1 by 1. They said they didn't approve till now & discussing internally. The next day, I put a mail to them to update on the issue.

after 2 days my boss replied these lines.

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With reference to your absence from > 1 month and subsequent trailing mail, the following are my comments.

1) You left the office mentioning medical reasons for 10 days and never join the office after that.

2) No handover formalities completed by you as per the company HR process.

3) As per company process 1 month legal notice period to be served for smooth handover, which you had not done.

4) This is totally un-professional approach for leaving the organization and not acceptable.

Under the present circumstances, your resignation is not accepted.

You have to come to the office and complete your handover formalities to move forward. In case of any further clarification please be in touch with HR.

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No is behaving good now on calls to me.

Plz help... I am going through bill trouble as in the next company I need to know the relieving letter as they will ask for sure.

From Kuwait, Kuwait
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Also, 1 more thing, i cant go to that city for 3-4 months,means visit office due to personal reasons.
From Kuwait, Kuwait
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Dear Priya ji, Your company - your bosses & HR are right in their approach in your case.
From India, Mumbai
Krishan Kapoor
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This is unprofessional way of separation, one must informed the employer and complete the handing over activities, What if it happens the other way round? Best wishes,
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Respond to the mail , as early as possible with an apology and stating the medical reason. Attach your medical documents and if possible a fitness certificate from the doctor , stating your incapability to join. Stay put, till they revert.
There would a downside to it. Once they record the separation on the medical reasons, you may need to explain it with the new employer to prove your productivity with them.
Offer to buy the notice period and communicate for the clearance. Knowledge transfer may still remain a challenge. If need be, prepare your own KT documents with all the tasks flows, reporting, escalation points and every other details as per your role. Mail it to your reporting manager , offering support through phone, if required. Keep your HR marked in this communication.
Meeting them would be productive only when they are ready to consider your request. Stay focussed at an amicable exit and think nothing else.
Wish you all the best !

From India, Mumbai
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hi, plz complete all the company’s formalities which is required before quiting the job . gooodluck for your next job
From India, Ajmer
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Hello,
It is mandatory to all employee while submitting the resignation that notice period to be given to the employer with reason's and assure while tendering the resignation about your personal meeting in connection with handing the charge. In this case you may be stating the truth but law does not stand with you. As standing order act the appointment with rules and regulations were served to you and you bound to follow.As your case is medical one and it depicts that illness made you to be away from the job. Submit your full proof documents certifying from government doctor / civil surgeon etc. to justify your stand and yourself.
Regards,

From India, Pune
mrnsarma
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Dear Mr. X
Your resignation is not lawful,
First you need to report to your Org for regularization of your leave by submitting supporting medical evidences.
Then you may decide about continuing your employment or get relived as per the norms of your Company.
You Boss is decision is CORRECT.
Regards

From India, Hyderabad
K.Sreenivasan
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Dear friend,
Any commercial organisation will have their rules and regulations . In this case you are bound by these rules, since you would have signed a letter of contract or the same might have been mentioned in your appointment letter. It is only right on the part of your bosses. You could have given them a notice period if that was required. There was no need to play hide and seek. It is always better to part in a nice way lest it would only be detrimental to you. May be, you can discuss with them and sort out the issue amicably.


Maggi108
Dear Anonymous,
Your boss is right. You must serve your notice period or compensate as per the company policy.
Else if you have proper medical evidences to prove your point, provide them the same
Regards

From India, New Delhi

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