Hello All,

I am going through a very difficult phase now in my professional career. My work life has completely ruined my personal life and more importantly health. Seeing these deteriorating conditions I have asked to be released from my current project. However, the behavior of my senior managers have drastically changed during these days. Couple of months ago I had discussed about my leave plans to my manager to which everything was decided. Now probably the chances are that my leaves will not be approved, since its a family urgency, I need to take the leave at any cost. Things have worsened and I might have to leave the organisation too. I have a couple of questions where I would request your views and guidance.

1. If I take LOP in case the leaves are not approved, can any action be taken by the company?

2. There is a bond amount which i need to pay if i quit before that bond period. If I am paying that amount, will I still have to serve the notice period if it is not exclusively mentioned in the offer letter?

3. My career aspirations are not being met here and i want to quit. There is a dip in my performance because of this. Can you please suggest as to whether it will be the right decision? I had a discussion with couple of seniors , all are singing the same song, seems like benefit of the organisation is the top most priority for everyone.

Your replies are much appreciated. Please feel free to suggest.

Thanks and Regards
7th January 2015 From India, Bangalore
I have no intentions of hoodwinking my employer. Just needed some guidance as this will be my first job switch any I am clueless about most of the points.
8th January 2015 From India, Bangalore
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