Kindly let us know the exact scenario? What do you mean by torture for documents? You also mentioned Back Ground Checks, but why would they call you for back ground verification?
Also nobody can sign an forcible resignation from an employee.
The company is right if they are asking back the joining bonus amount paid to you and if you have only worked for 15 days....
You need to give the exact details for anybody from this forum to give you any feedback.
21st June 2014 From India, Mumbai
The Exact scenario is as follows.
I joined this organization on Dec 30,2014.
They forced me to resign on 16th June 2014. They do background verification for two previous companies.
The previous documents are fine no problem but previous this company I was working on contract...due to improper payment issue I left that organization. I worked there for 1 and half year....they were paying salary by check ......sometimes no salary......In present company came to know this in background verification.....they called me to produce the correct documents. I gave apponitment letter, payslip and relieving letter....I tried my best to produce the required documents...but finally It was not possible to produce the documents.....So they called me 4 times...for discussion....they were behaved harshly and showted and even they made me to cry.....In the final meeting they forced me to resign. on the spot. She told me to write like I am resigning this company due to personal reasons.......I did it as guided by HR. Now I am aasking for relieving letter they are not giving....they are asking me to return 100000 bonus amount. I was engaged in project also.......during my tenure.
Please answer me how can I proceed with this.....they only forced me to resign and now they asking money.......is it rite?
22nd June 2014 From India, Tuticorin
This clearly shows that you had withheld the information about you being on contract rolls when you joined the company. Also the documents that were submitted by you would not be in tandem with the information that was given by you at the time of joining. As they have found errors and false information in your information, they are asking you to resign.
It is fair that they are asking for returning the Joining Bonus, as you have provided them with false information.
If one submits a false information in the forms with the companies and the the verification sends out a completely different information, any amount of crying will not hold true.
23rd June 2014 From India, Mumbai
25th June 2014 From India, Pune