Nashbramhall
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hi,
i will abscond from a U.S based company next month.
but i want to secure my amount of PF.
can anybody suggest me , how can i do this ??
since i have not absconded yet and i willl take further step as suggested.
please help me asap, i have very less time to react.

From India, Pune
Hi Bro,
Dont try to abscond, it is not not regarded as good move WRT your career perspective, just give some medical reasons and quit the company.
I quit 2 companies without giving notice using the same tactic :)
Cheers

From India, Bangalore
Hmmt.thanks bro
Can you tell me a few things
If I will leave the company by giving medical reason, do I need to pay bond money then??
Can I get the experience letter by giving. Medical reason??
Please reply bro asap.
Thanks.for your quick response.
Thanks

From India, Pune
Anonymous
Hi,
Lets be honest on this forum of hr,where we all share good experiences and give good advices to leverage the carrier of people in corporate.absconding or leaving company by showing fake reasons is something that no hr will comment or recommend.there are ways out to get separated fm company in a amicable and legal way. This will go a long way in maintaining the carrier image as well as personal growth.

From India, Vadodara
I am amazed that people resort to such tactics. May I please know why you want to ABSCOND, which is a serious step?
From United Kingdom
Hi Anki It will not be a good idea to abscond , even if you say you are not well , your reason for leaving here and the one shared with the perspective employer will differ.
From India, Mumbai
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