Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling
Ashutosh Thakre
Hr Professional
+1 Other

Hi, I worked for a BPO Company in Chennai for 17 Months (last working day June 2013) and due to personal reasons I applied for resignation through the internal tool stating that I can serve only 1 Week as notice period (Quoted the start date and End date as well) and informed that I am ready to pay any amount to get relieved. But none of them called me for discussion related to this for 4 Days, Later I spoke to my HR and her reporting HR manager but of no use.Even my accounts manager and process owner also didnít accept to relieve me.

Since I had no other choice I Left the job without realizing the importance of relieving letter. After few months I mailed the Settlement team for FNF (I had 20 days of my salary with them and also had 10 days leave balance) they deducted all that and informed me to pay 300 Rupees more to clear the dues, SO I took a DD and sent to the company- later they have sent me EXPERIENCE Letter stating reason for separation as Termination (Job Absconding) even though I informed about my resignation and cleared all dues too..This is the reason why I am completely unhappy.

Even though I intimated them about my resignation none of them accepted-But my offer letter clearly says we can serve 30 Days notice period Or can Opt for Pay out option. But company didnít provide me the payout option. After working with that company I took 12 Months break so if I donít get this relieving letter there will be 3 Years pf gap in my career which will be a big problem. Already I loosing all MNC opportunities the moment I say I donít have relieving letterÖ

I request everyone here to please guide me how to get the relieving letter form my company. Is there any option to proceed legally?? Will I face any problems due to that?? Please let me know approximate charges(fees) if I wish to proceed legally.

From India, Chennai
Needless to say that it was your fault of having offered one week's notice and asking the amount required further. You must be having the letter of appointment containing therein the provision of tendering of notice or notice pay in lieu thereof at the time of termination of service by either party. Had you taken note of the above the current situation could have very well have been avoided.
Now the only way out is to have a personal contact with the management team and apprise them of the precarious situation in which you have landed and seek their guidance and help.
Good luck,

From India, Delhi
This is a case, where you took for granted that the company will relieve you after one week. The company has the full authority to say a no to reduce the notice period and demand your full presence in the office.
An employee just cannot one day decide that i need to leave the company and i feel that one week is enough and they need to accept cash from me for the remaining period. Also has the company replied to you in any way that the same has been accepted by them. You sending an email, will not help, if you have not taken their approval on your resignation.
If the answer is negative, they can make this an absconding case. Your casual attitude in your job has made the stituation worst. Now you can only do is go to the company, explain the HR is the scenerio in which you had to leave the job and request them to issue you the relieveing letter.
Ashutosh Thakre

From India, Mumbai
Hello Yoursantosh108,
S.K.Johri & Ashutosh Thakre have given you the ONLY choice you presently have [unless you figure-out a way to justify a 3-year career gap].
Suggest learn from your mistake & move on in life.
A job in any Company is NOT like entering a movie theater, watching the movie for sometime & deciding you don't like it & walk-out without any qualms. This comparision may be impolite/atrocious--but that's what, in effect, you have done.
The small difference in both the cases is: you loose the ticket money there & here you not only loose the benefits/salary but also the Experience Documents.
All the Best.

From India, Hyderabad
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