Serving One Month In A Notice Period Of Three Months - CiteHR
Tajsateesh
Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling
Riskietech
Asst. Manager

Prime Sponsor - FactoHR.com - Payroll Software with GPS Enabled Attendance, Travel, Performance Management, HRMS. Explore Features
Dear Sir,
I am working in a manufacturing company. I have resigned the company on 07th Jan with the indicating that my last day in company will be 07th Feb. This means that I would be serving for only 1 month and we have a notice period of 3 months. I don't want the relieving certificate on the last day, however, I would need it at the end of three months from resignation. And, I have leave balance of 2 months. Please let me know that whether i can stop working on 07th feb and receive a relieving certificate at the end of three months.
Await your kind reply.
Regards,
Cite.Co is a repository of information created by your industry peers and experienced seniors sharing their experience and insights.
Join Us and help by adding your inputs. Contributions From Other Members Follow Below...
Dear riskietech
Greetings!
The maximum decision depend on the terms and conditions of the your employment.
If company allow you to leave the company after one month, then they will definitely give you relieving letter after 3 months or they can pay you for 2 month leave balance in your full and final , then you have to serve three month notice period.
My recommendations are
1. If you want to relieve in one month, then try to convince them, it is possible.
2. Else you can also serve 3 months notice period and you can en cash you 2 months leaves.
Both side of the decision are legal and both decision can be done in mutual agreement of employee and employer.
HAI Riskietech,
SUBMISSION OF RESIGNATION WITH WANTED RELIEVING DATE AND ITS ACCEPTANCE IS SUFFICIENT TO PROPER RELIEVING.
PAYMENT OF NOTICE PERIOD AMOUNT OR SERVING FOR FURTHER PERIOD DEPENDS UPON THE DECISION OF THE ORGANISATION.
OTHER DUES AND ADJUSTMENT AMOUNTS WILL BE SAID BY THE HR FOR PROPER RELIEVING THE EMPLOYEE. CHANGE IS INEVITABLE FOR GROWTH.
BEST OF LUCK IN UR FUTURE ENDEAVOURS
Hello Riskietech,
You are asking this Forum WHAT YOU SHOULD BE ASKING YOUR COMPANY.
Whether you can leave in a month [against the Notice Period of 3 months] OR get your Relieving Letter @ the end of 3 months is expected & supposed to be discussed with your HR, the BASIS being your Appointment Letter & the Clauses therein [like MS Ror mentioned]---have you done it?
If Yes, pl mention the details. If No, why not?
Also, let's get one thing right--who decides when an employee can leave the services? The employee OR the Company OR both together, after mutual discussion--the reference AGAIN being the Appointment Letter, since that forms the basis for any discussion?
Hope you get the point.
Suggest speak to your HR & close it keeping BOTH your & the Company's interests in mind.
All the Best.
Rgds,
TS
Hai members,
appointment, relieving in company should be in a respectable manner. It develops the right attitude in employees and society about the company. In-proper in and outs of the employee is not good for the organisation and individual. To avoid the complications it should be take place in amicable manner.
Prime Sponsor - Talentedge.com "Interactive Anywhere Learning". Executive courses from top reputed institutes like IIM, XLRI, MICA. View Courses
This discussion thread is closed. If you want to continue this discussion or have a follow up question, please post it on the network.
Add the url of this thread if you want to cite this discussion.






About Us Advertise Contact Us
Privacy Policy Disclaimer Terms Of Service



All rights reserved @ 2019 Cite.Co™