First of all give a request to bank to stop payment for the cheque which you given to company at the timing of joining.
Secondly share the Termination clause of your appointment letter & Bond which you signed at the time joining.
Don't take headache as they can not enforce this bond in court.
From India, Delhi
shaileshpagarHey thanks Manoj,
I have already stopped a cheque payment with ICICI bank and even closed that account 3 months ago. The thing is whatever agreement I've signed, they haven't give me the copy of it. I have asked them several times but they are not giving that agreement copy to me, so that I don't remember the clause.
From India, Nasik
k maheshi want to some clarification from your query
1. how many years or months you have worked
2. reason you quoted is health issues and new baby born so change of shift yes
3. payment through bank or cash
4. how many years mentioned in the signed agreement you say about
here one point you have to note that may be it is a legal green paper after sign of yours they will frank it say 10,20,100 it not only on stamp paper company hr people follow due process and if the same is done then they will show liquidated damages which may say training cost for boot camp and other expenses to train you
thus all this correspondence is on mails or only face to face discussion if you have all correspondence on paper then the company cannot take any action against you
From India, Hyderabad
Kamal DattaDear Sailesh,
As suggested by Manoj , you have done the right thing by doing the stop payment of the cheque.
Secondly , It's very sure , they can send you several letters by threatning you that they will take legal action against you. But practically they are not going to take any action against you...
Please be tension free....Nothing is going to happen against you....I have seen lots of such types of cases..
From India, Kolkata
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