Hi,
I'm asking this for a friend of mine who is working in a Software Company in Pune. His company never relieves employees on-time after the notice period. It is a private company. HR never acknolwledges resignation letters sent to them. After notice period, employees are threatened to work and complete the current project they are working if they want to get the relieving order. My friend is seriosly looking for a new job since he is looking for better opportunities. He is really stressed about the whole relieving order and getting experience letter etc. Every single employee in that company gets relieved atleast 3-4 weeks after completing the notice period. Many times this company's employees lose the new job they get since they don't join on the joining date. Employees beg the managers and higher officials for few weeks to get relieved properly. What's the solution here ?

From United States, Hightstown
Dear Mr Ram, the best solution to this is "post the complete details of the company on to this forum and let every body read this so that they will get a caution not to join this company and every member will tell at-least 5 of his friends about this company and it spreads just like that. Or if you really want your friend to fight by filing a case on to the management and run around the labor court, civil court and not concentrate on his carrier growth then there are several consultants and advocates who are ready out there to take up cases like this., Pl mind that the end result will be nothing in such allegations, because there is nothing that you can prove on record., So Mr Ram its better to make job aspirants aware of such pain giving companies and guide them to take a better option.
Regards
JSR

From India, Hyderabad
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