Saswatabanerjee
Partner - Risk Management
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Head - Outsourcing
Hari.love.indian
General Hr Activities
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Hiten.arya
Business Manager
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Hi
I am working for a reputed Telecom Company as Executive level, I am forced to work after official working hours, means 13 to 14 hours per day without any off or leave per week from last 5 month, frequently forced by my boss to work at late night, I am totaly fer-stated to my work, there is no response although I have informed verbally to the HR dept & not getting any positive response. I want to leave this job & my official notice period is 2 month, but I don't want serve for 2 month & I want to leave this job within 15 days.
Pls suggest, what to do???
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Ajitav

From India, Chennai
Dear Ajitav,
I can understand about ur situation,
01. what kind of job you are doing?
02. May be your Boss also in pressure about you?
03. Even if you informed HR why they are not reply you?
04. What do you want exactly, you want quite the job or you want fight with working rights ?
05. What you have terms and conditions with your organisation?
06. What is your payment terms?
If you give the answers, you will get a solution.
Thanks & Regards,
Hari

From India, Mumbai
Dear Boss,
01. what kind of job you are doing?
Ans- Working as a logistics Executive.
02. May be your Boss also in pressure about you?
Ans- I think not any pressure abt me.
03. Even if you informed HR why they are not reply you?
Ans- I am just informed HR dept. by verbally & they understand me abt every private organisation.
04. What do you want exactly, you want quite the job or you want fight with working rights ?
Ans- I want to quite this job within 15 days, rather than 2 month(official notice period).
05. What you have terms and conditions with your organisation?
06. What is your payment terms?
Ans- Monthly basis.
BR//
Ajit

From India, Chennai
You have signed an agreement with the comoany, which requires you to give then a 2 month notice.
There is no legal way for you to leave in 15 days.
You can try and negotiate a buyout by paying the differential wages of 45 days, but you must be willing to pay and it's their option whether to accept it.
There are unlawful / unethical methods, which members on this forum do not support. If you follow those (like absconding), you will have problems later as you will not get a relieving letter, background checks will fail and you may let a legal notice for recovery.
I would suggest you resign, serve full notice period and leave.
Incidentally, logistics department in all organisations work 12-14 hours a day. But they have weekly off. Well, somewhat. Because you are expected to be available, online and monitoring certain crutial matters in terms of shipment. So your HR was right in what they told you.

From India, Mumbai
Hi,
Guys we should support him rather than giving him gyan. Your working hours must be conveyed to you during joining ,otherwise you can shoot mail to HR and higher management . You can demand leave and other benefits. It not fair to leave and run from job. If you find it unethical then you can resign mentioning the same in your letter.

From India, Delhi
Hiten,
This forum will not support an unethical and illegal all.
Not fulfilling conditions of service amounts to both.
So, your suggestion of providing support instead of gyan is, in this case incorrect.
I think the suggestion given by members based on their own perspective and understanding of the problem stated.

From India, Mumbai
Hi,
I was informed my HR team by verbally, rather than mail. I think, If I am sharing all this thing by mail, it will be create lot of problems for me. But I was taken decision to leave this company within 15 days, please suggest .....what to do ??
BR//
Ajitav

From India, Chennai
Saswata, There is nothing unethical mentioned nor committed,the poor guys has committed nothing illegal. we sould provide solution ,rather make him fell guilty.
From India, Delhi
Leaving employment without completing notice or absconding is both unethical and illegal.
From India, Mumbai
Interest of both employee and employer should be protected. The law has stipulated guidelines for both. So we should not be biased .
From India, Delhi

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