Premkumar Nair
Manager (hr)-retired
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I am working as an associate in my company. working with the company since 2010. They have done the contract of one year from oct-2010 to next year same date. Again they renewed it from 2011-to 2012. Now I have completed my tenure in sep-2013. Now I would like to resign. As per the lettter I have to serve the notice period during my tenure. Now the thing is I dont want to serve the notice period but still giving 10 days of notice. But HR is forcing me to give 30 days notice period. I had a word with some of my seniors that if I am done with the contract then they should relieve me as soon as possible and can not force me to serve the notice period.
Please guide me on this issue ASAP.

From India, Bangalore
If the period of contractual employment or the fixed term employment is specifically mentioned in the appointment letter, the period expires on the last day of the tenure automatically and there is no need to serve any notice period. No one can force to serve beyond the tenure in the name of notice period and no penalty can be levied on you for the same.

From India, Mumbai
Your contract was upto 2012. Without renewing contract, you are working upto 2013? If so, you are not bound by any restrictions. Pon
From India, Lucknow
Thanks for your reply. I have decided to extend my tenure till 13th november as I am working since last 3 years for the company and for proper handover process as an professional and my manager is verbally ready to relieve me on the same date. If he because of some reason(ego problem) deny to relieve me then whom should i approach for escalation.
Thanks ...

From India, Bangalore
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