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Eswararao Ivaturi
Ex-manager (pers&adma)
Usman HR
Manager- Hr
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Hello all, I joined WIPRO BPO(HYD) on 5th Nov 2012 and I absconded form 7th March 2013 due to some personal issues. I even got letter saying that I was terminated. Now, few days before I got a letter saying Full & Final settlement, and now they want me to pay INR 6000 for not serving the notice period. I dont need any relieving letter and I dont even have money to pay right now. I just wanted to know in future will this matter be taken to court by them if I dont clear the dues and if it goes that way, do I end up paying more than above mentioned amount?
Thanks & Regards,
Sai Krishna.
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Dear Sai,
What are your terms of appointment when you joined? Look at that and act promptly without further delay. You seem to have totally forgotten that in this networking world every comes to know each other in the circles sooner or later. talk to HR of your division and find out the ways to come out gracefully. I am not sure if you are still working in another company after deserting your previous organisation. It is easy for them to find out where you are and contact your present employer if they take it seriously.
By the way do not mention any company name even under the adverse circumstances in the social cite like this. It is sure way of inviting your troubles.
Wish you all the best.
V. Rangarajan
Sai,
Approach the HR, inform them the urgency or the situation for such a decision. Inform them that you intend to complete the exit formalities as per the company norms. Go as per the norms of the company and complete you settlement accordingly.
Remember, a smooth exit is always required when you move out from a Organisation of such huge repute. If the F&F is appropriate, pay the money and take the clearance, experience and relieving letter.
You need to be professional and we should not move out of the professional ethics.
Regards
Bipin Acharya
Hellow, While joing the VIPRO
like organisations as BPO
every employee is issued a
booklet containing Service
Rules/terms and conditions
of employment and it should
be followed. In your case
the probation period is not
completed and probably Notice period is not required to pay. Ofcourse
it depends on the terms
of employment. However,
as suggested by Mr. Sai it is better to approach the HR
and explain him that due to
family reasons you were to go and request him for the
waival of the Notice period
(if the rules of the company
demands), Hope your request
will be definetely considered, I would like to
mention that relieving letter is also necessary when you have the Appointment Letter.
Best of luck.
Eswararao Ivaturi.
The basic principle is to follow your service rules and/or the terms and conditions mentioned in your appointment letter.You may be in trouble if you do not follow this.
It's better to be relived properly for any employee. In your case you have already received termination letter for your unauthorised absence. Talk to HR and explain the situation. They may suggest positively to get proper relieving. In some cases they may go for legal actions as well.
Best wishes,
As per your post, it is quite evident that you have worked in the said organisation for a period of 5 months and as such I feel that it may be probation period. Most companies don't have any notice period clause for the probationers. So, you should check the terms of your appointment and act accordingly. Now that the company is asking for some payment, it seems to be amount you need to pay in lieu of not serving the notice period.
If you leave this issue by absconding from it, the chances are very high that you may not get a job in BPO sector in future as HR professionals share the credentials of such absconding employees who leave the job by flouting the rules. Atleast, they share the details within the same sector.
The best solution is that you just talk to the HR executive of the same company.
Regards,
Usman
HR Professional
Hellow,
To avoid further problems, better to meet the H.R.immediately and do accordingly.
If you have appointment order, relieving letter is mandatory. Behave as professional
and face the situation as a dignified person.
wish you all success,
venkat
9948918781
Dear All
Post states that the concerned person started absconding and as such committed misconduct and for that he was terminated (even without enquiry and proving charges as I understand). Now, management after his termination wants to settle his FnF account and asked for notice period. I failed to understand, when employee has not resigned, why notice period. He did some misconduct (of absconding) and punished while terminating his services which he accepted. Then where lies the question of notice period. Can they change Termination to Resignation and give all documents to the employee(relieving, experience certificate etc.).
We should understood that Resignation and Termination are two different aspects. Resignation is amicable separation/cessation whereas Termination contains some stigma on the employee.
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