Legal Notice Of Absconding - CiteHR
Gopinath Varahamurthi
Mindhour Partner, Ass.professor/adm. Officer,
Abhay_011
Professor
Nathrao
Insolvency N Gst Professional
Sushilkluthra@gmail.com
Consultant In Legal Matters
Swapneel_swift
Account Executive

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Dear Cite HR,
I was working with a company designated as Account executive, i have received only appointment letter in which i worked for 7 months and decided to leave the job because the salary promised to me was low then what i was receiving so i just called up and said i wont be coming to office anymore, now they are trying to send me a absconding letter because i did not gave a handover, thanks to my work HR is friendly with me so she said that just give petty cash handover and u can leave but on the other hand my accounts manager is expecting me to complete all the pending work , this pending work is like 2 weeks work, they used to like give me this work that work too much load on me because i was the only junior capable of handling it and now i got a new job and cannnot give handover what should i do, i said i shall come but i wont do that work.. what is the proper procedure of getting rid from this mess .
Regards,
Swapneel

Dear Friend,
IT is the ultimate service exploitation, you should also give a proper notice to the authorities about your dissatisfaction and got relieved from the services. There is always asuras in every organisations you should not got fear or run away just like that, when you said you do going the organisation, better get a proper relief and set right your records. This will help you in the long run.
Best of luck ...
Today education is ill....never expect a good fortune....

Cash or other record of company should have been handed over otherwise even criminal prosecution under section 406 IPC also lie. Immediately return these and obtain acknowledgement. Your statement to the effect that "I have received only appointment letter in which i worked for 7 months" shows that you were not given any salary. Then you are entitled to revoke the contract because of breach on the part of the employer. Send them a legal notice after handing over the above items.
Thanks
Sushil

Dear Friend,
Here u are totally on guilty posture. Company is correct and you are absconded employee as per legal terminology. Even they can take legal action against you if they wish.
On the other side you have mentioned that you got low salary, which was agreed by you only no body forced to you to accept the offer on low package. I think its a pure immatureness of a professional. HR is no one to give NOC to leave the job on this ground. You must take NOC from your HOD.
My suggestion is that take leave of 20 days from your current job and complete your pending work in last company. Other wise next time you'll write here for legal help.
Rgds

i too felt guilty about that, so i went in my ex company gave over the handover to the guy but HR still says we need you one or two days more, so i replied to her not a issue but what are you giving me after i complete all my dues from the company she said that ok we will see that later, as it is am not going to get FnF for that and do i have to complete all my dues ?
The whole matter has ben made complex.
First and foremost all company assets should have been returned-cash,laptop etc under acknowledgement.
If you fail in such basic steps you are inviting police trouble for not returning cash of the company.
Your exit from company should have been as per the terms of offer letter-notice period etc.
""I was working with a company designated as Account executive, i have received only appointment letter in which i worked for 7 months and decided to leave the job because the salary promised to me was low then what i was receiving so i just called up and said i wont be coming to office anymore""
This is no way of leaving a job.
What was offered as salary and what were they paying you?
Now that you have left,offer at best you can guide the new person for a day or so about the pending job and request them to release FNF.

Dear Friend,
See, after completing your pendencies and receiving NOC from your HOD, then you can give copy of the same to HR and ask her to settle your FNF. which is your legal right and simultaneously ask for No dues certificate from HR as well duly sign by HOD of your worked department.
Rgds

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