1. Be very polite (on paper) forwarding any request.
2. Take every reply and save it for future use
3. Should someone not reply, create a history of your written reminders and subsequent refusal to reply by HR manager either in writing (which no sensible manager will do) or record the fact that he hasn't replied with your net reminder mentioning the fact that you await the reply to your original letter dated.... ref..... etc. This can be through e-mail, written letter delivered in person or through registered post with acknowledgment due. With tougher nuts it is always good to correspond with Regd. A/D
4. Once you have enough evidence on record approach a lawyer for redressal of grievance through the courts.
5. In some cases putting pressure on the HR Manager, making him personally liable for denying a fair and rulebook request thereby showing his intention of victimisation for personal dislike also helps put the erring personnel on the mat and create that extra bit of pressure.
6. When the matter gets too hot even a company that defends its top gun will gladly drop him like a hot potato fearing loss of reputation and legal hassles.
All the best
22nd June 2014 From India, Delhi
Is it true ? How can i proceed now ?
This drive me really crazy and i can't be peaceful. Please help on this.
26th June 2014 From India, Chennai
Clearance is your right as a employee. If you have resigned, you have already initiated a termination to employment with this employer.
As young lad had suggested , speak to a legal expert with the employment letter and every communication you had so far.
Keep it very courteous, but send them a registered letter stating the end date to your service. Offer them complete support for knowledge transfer.
Mention it in clear words that you are ready to pay off your dues and need the release document on your last date of working .
There is nothing that they can do after that, other than creating a negative feedback for every employment verification they receive on you. Hence , please pre-wire that with honestly discussing your case with every potential new employer.
Wishing you all the very best!
26th June 2014 From India, Mumbai
Thank you so much for the solutions. I am moving writing up them daily basics. I also wonder how law is being favorable to organizations as they are quoting almost an year salary as compensation (which is 3 lakh in my case) ? Just because i have signed the contract, do i need to owe them my year hard earned salary ?
1st July 2014 From India, Chennai
I would also suggest to follow & Robin's suggestion.
>>how law is being favorable to organizations as they are quoting almost an year salary as compensation attribution https://www.citehr.com/497571-how-break-contract-employment-legal-have-three.html <link fixed> .
Did you not read the terms before Joining ?
I know most of the people think "Abhi to Job lay le baad ki baad mei dekhi jayegi" - I think this is the attitude is not correct, If something you see is not ethical, do not go with it, Those companies will not get good talent and finally has to change their policy.
Are you going to Join any MNC or reputed company in near future ?
Reason behind why such terms are added because company invest thier time and money on training (sometimes reworking on the work done by freshers ). Most of the times in MNC Freshers may take 5-6 months to start giving output.
2nd July 2014 From India, Mumbai
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