HI ,
Employee Resigned, Lets Say he has 60 Days of notice Period discussed with HR Manager & negotiated to 40 days HR manager approves it verbally & later if he did not relieve the employee in 40 days. Does the employee has right to revoke his resignation ???
Regards,
Vinodkumar.C

From India, Chennai
nathrao
3040

Insolvency n GST Professional
An employee has the right to revoke his resignation anytime before it is approved/accepted and financial benefits disbursed..
What does your standing orders say about resignation and acceptance.
Refer this news link:Employee can withdraw resignation within notice period - The Times of India

From India, Pune
Hi Nathro,
Thank you very much ! the Link is very useful. So am employee an revoke his resignation before it comes to an end . for eg: if he has 60 days of NP he can revoke that in 45 th , 47th day till 59th Day ??? even if it is accepted by Employer
Regards,
Vinodkumar.C

From India, Chennai
Hi Nathro,
Thank you very much ! the Link is very useful. So IF an employee revoke his resignation before it comes to an end . for eg: if he has 60 days of NP he can revoke that in 45 th , 47th day till 59th Day ??? even if it is accepted by Employer
Regards,
Vinodkumar.C
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From India, Chennai
nathrao
3040

Insolvency n GST Professional
Basically point to be kept in mind is whether employer-employee relationship subsists.
During notice period the relationship subsists.
It is open for an employee to withdraw resignation before it is actually accepted by employer.

From India, Pune
saswatabanerjee
1967

Partner - Risk Management
The employee can withdraw his resignation. That is true. However, the question that comes up them is that has the employee accepted that ?
The withdrawal has no validity if the employer does not want the employee on his roles any more.

From India, Mumbai
But if an employee has good Performance Records, Disciplinary Records how an employer can ask an employee to put down his paper by forcing him Regards, Vinodkumar.C
From India, Chennai
nathrao
3040

Insolvency n GST Professional
What you say can have merit in theory but in real life if management wants a person out,no law can really help him.
He can go to courts and fight endless battles but justice will be delayed and at times too late to be effective.
That is the sad reality of life.

From India, Pune
saswatabanerjee
1967

Partner - Risk Management
The 2 posts you have made do not seem to reconcile.
First you said someone resigned but since he was not relieved early wants to revoke his resignation. Then you are talking if someone who was forced to resign.
Which of the above is the actual scenario ?

From India, Mumbai
tajsateesh
1626

Recruitment/Talent Acquisition, Career counselling & Startup Advisory Services
Hello Vinodkumar,
You giving the info/inputs in bits & pieces only gives the impression that you are hiding some parts of the issue.
IF you wish the members to give you actionable & relevant suggestions, it's in YOUR interest that you give the FULL & COMPLETE inputs.
Like Saswata Banerjee mentioned, suggest give the ACTUAL facts of the case without masking-out some aspects.
Pl value OTHER'S time as your would your's.
Rgds,
TS

From India, Hyderabad
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