Asha Xavier
Asst Manager Hr
Nashbramhall
Learning & Teaching Fellow (retired)
Pon1965
Construction
Kanika Kapoor
Soft And Behavioural Skills Trainer
Nancy2009
Engineer
+1 Other

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Hi,
I Joined a very big private company(10,000+ Emp) 3 months back and on a sick leave from last one month , the company has payed me the salary for this month also , now I want to resign with out joining back.
So what actions company will take over and do i have to pay that One month salary back plus 15 days notice period salary also.
Thanks for your suggestion

From India, Delhi
Would like to suggest that you must approach your reporting manager and HR to discuss your case at once.
Let them know that you are not keeping well and also submit your medical leave application. By the time HR & your line manager don't have any issues of being on long medical leave, why should you think of submitting resignation. If you are still thinking of resigning, then I think your company or for the matter of discussion any company is fully empower to initiate a recovery for the notice period.
regards, Subhash

From India, New Delhi
The company has paid you salary in good faith for the period you were not in duty. It is not proper to leave the company without following the due process. Approach the HR and your reporting authority and explain your predicament.
Pon

From India, Lucknow
Hi Pon,
Thanks for your response
I am ready to pay all the dues to company, does anything else I have to clarify with the company,I dont want to get abscond or blacklisted.
Its a one of the world's largest telecom company.

From India, Delhi
Dear Friend,
Better you go & meet your HR. It might be help you t take appropriate decision. If you are a genuine person, u can give back your salary to the company. From that they will b impressed in your character and u can retain ur good name after ur resignation too. Sometimes they may not be ask the ful salary in return, it depend upon the past...
Regards
Asha

From India
Hi,
In case u pay back all ur dues and 15 day salary, ideally there should be no problem in giving u a relieving letter.
Please read the offer/appointment letter carefully and go by the same...
Mark a mail to concern HR clearly sharing your intention and then call him//her.
Please leave on a positive note. All the best and get well soon
Hope it helps!!
Regards,
Kanika Kapoor

From India, Delhi
May we kindly know why you do not want to continue to work there?
From United Kingdom
Hi Simhan The main reason that I am not liking my job profile.
From India, Delhi
Dear Nancy,
Please give us more information. What do you mean by you do not like the profile? If the profile was to your liking would you like to continue in the company? Was the reason for your going off sick, so soon after joining the company, related to your job profile?
The fact that the company paid you for the month that you were off sick indicates that the generosity of the firm's terms of conditions. During my 50+ years of working experience, I have not known any organisation that gave sick pay for the whole month after working there for 2 months. Are you fit to work now?
Not knowing the terms of your appointment, it is difficult to give you sound and precise advice. Like others have already suggested, please contact the HR of the firm and explain that you want to quit and willingness to pay whatever is due.

From United Kingdom
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