PROFESSIONALS AND BUSINESSES PARTICIPATING IN DISCUSSION
Learning & Teaching Fellow (retired)
Administration & Liaisoning Head
Works For A Pvt Ltd Company
Retired From Air India
Man Management Functions
Sr Manager Hr & Administration
As Above Freelance
Use factoHR and automate your HR processes
Mobile-first hire to retire HR and Payroll software that automates all HR operations and works as a catalysts for your organisational growth.
learningnovoYou need to send a formal mail and request the company to waive off the notice period.
From India, Delhi
What you have done is absolutely wrong and not advisable. Whether you like that company or not, you should respect the company which gave you a platform where you could learn (at least for 3 months). I hope you are fresh to the corporate world and do not know how to act professionally. Kindly try to do the following
1. Though you do not want Exp letter and Relieving order from this Company, this is not the right/professional way of conveying your resignation. Kindly write to them clearly on your resignation and the reason why are you leaving. Let them acknowledge the same and keep the copy of the same for future reference.
2. You would have worked there for 1 or 2 months but it is always better to keep your employer informed in a professional way on your resignation which will help you out as you grow in this corporate world.
3. If you failed to adopt this kind of the practices from now, you will not come up better in the Corporate houses. Do not worry about what they will do after that, let them do whatever they wish but you should do your job well.
From India, Madurai
anil.aroraWhat would you do if you didnt get satisfaction with your new and expected jobs in the future?
What would you do if not found the suitable atmosphere or the things that forced you to take this step with your present employment?
Would you please share the reason why you don't want to continue your job?
I second, Mr .Kannan, whatever the situation or reason was, you must respect the employment conditions and resign from the position by providing a valid reason. Your HR Person is right that you will be declared absconded and responsible for every deserving action in case of any violation of terms that you were agreed while joining this job.
At this early stage of career, you must understand the importance of opportunities and that this is the learning period. You first have to make yourself comfortable with the atmosphere, need to learn from everything and stay for a period to get a good understanding of your work/area of the function which will help you to take a second step towards your career goal and direct you to move ahead.
Rest, I request you again to think about your decision and opportunity you have been provided, and please share the problems if you have any with them.
You can seek every possible help from the Community and guidance from the experts and seniors.
From India, Gurgaon
email@example.comDear colleague.Its an unfortunate but common experience that your going through. the most common cause of this is failure to reconcile employee expectations with actual work environment provide by the employer. \\i advise that regardless of what happened to make you want to leave the job please maintain a good professional attitude of communication. In future always try to correspond with your Hr before just disappearing from work because that is totally irresponsible. remember we now live in the dot.com age where your records can be retrieved by any future employer about your work history whether you left peacefully or not. \\i therefore suggest that you go back to the company hr, talk things over and formally end your working relationship with the company instead of leaving a red flag that might interfere with your future employment prospects. secondly I suggest you get a mentor who can guide you in building a fruitful carer instead of making rash adverse decisions like you dis. Tha
From India, New Delhi
firstname.lastname@example.orgHi ank6075 ,
why dont you take leave officially, take a small trip out, forget this, AND THEN TAKE A COOL, RATIONAL decision.
Sorry to say, it is not fair to just stop going..... whatever may be your disappointments. Every job may have its own share of disappointments, esp the first one, as we have a lot of ideal situations in mind. (It is something like your lover, the pleasant one after becoming wife/husband, showing a different part of personality which was not visible to you as a lover.... )
Please admit to HR that you are confused, and you need 2 days time to think. Take a small break,FORGET THIS FOR A DAY... than take a cool decision. In a rational frame of mind, if you want to quit, quit PROPERLY, ETHICALLY. World is small.... you may have to face the same people again and again
Please dont say i have decided rationally. If you have decided without being bogged down by emotions, your mode of leaving would have been different...
You can sms, if you still ha
From India, Bangalore
sudarsanan srinivasanDear all
I do agree with the above observations. Probably, this may be his first or second job.
He should respect the company which has given an offer.
Again perception to management and the HR person differs.
He should go to the work, discuss with HR. He may be given another opportunity or slot where he can excel..Wish him all the best
Manager HR IWMUST Trichy
From India, Chennai
parag5My feedback same in line with M.Kannan and Anil Arora but I would like to give you a commonly-under-estimated advice. Never make any decision in life by being emotional, specially work related. Your emotional intelligence is directly related to your money earning capacity, the more you are emotionally capable, more you are able to handle work and people, you earn more .
I would suggest a bold and courageous step; jot down why you thought of leaving the company. But do this without the blame game, we are responsible about how we react, we can change ourselves but not others. Job change will never solve any issue. The more these words seem philosophical, the more practical they are and hence producing results.
As Mr M.Kannan said you are fresh to the corporate world. Hence to prepare yourself, on day-to-day basis read motivational books and watch videos of Anthony Robbins, Robin Sharma, Wayne Dyer, Larry WInget. These people are guaranteed to help you.
From India, Mumbai
Yogitha - Free Lance TrainerHi,
Understood that you are very new new to corporate world. First try to point want are the reasons forcing you to take a decision. Can you work on few if possible to resolve the issue. Remember that any decision you take now will definitely have a impact on your career. World is small , your feedback will be definitely take by other recruiter officially or unofficially.
That s all I can suggest. Think twice before you react.
From India, Vijayawada
Why did you do what you did?
As rightly pointed out many seniors in this forum this is not the way to end a relationship with your employer, why in fact any relationship.
I do not see why you did not inform your employer that you did not wish to work for them any longer. The most troubling fact is that you did not give any reason to leave, you did not feel like working so you just left.
Suppose you had worked with this company for 1 or 2 years and suddenly they tell you that they do not wish to employ you any longer and ask you to quit, how would you feel?
You should not take employment as a game and stop when ever you want. An employment is a contract that work both ways. You are committed to work for the employer just as the employer is committed to offer you employment.
Please take heed form the various replies you have got and decide if you are ready to take up employment or not, if you wish to work then maintain profession decency and quite any employment in the proper way.
Wish you success in your future endeavors.
From India, Hyderabad