I would like to know what could possibly happen If I take 3/4 days leave during my notice period.The company policy says that only sick leave is allowed during this time, but what happen If i forcefully take that leave and then join company to complete the rest of the time.
From India, Kolkata
nathrao
3088

Exit in peace and with good relationship with old employer.
Never burn your bridges in this fashion.
Eight things to do during your notice period - Page 2 - timesofindia-economictimes
If your HR policy does not permit,there is nothing much which can be done.

From India, Pune
The policy of not taking leaves while on notice period is enforced so that the knowledge and the process transfer is done in an organised manner and in full, what is the need to forcefully take that leave of 3 to 4 days... Exit in a descent way... Its not necessary that you always take the Bull by its horn...
Regards,
Ashutosh Thakre

From India, Mumbai
Thanks for the reply , I understand the point, but the reason of taking leave is (1) there is no pending task from my end (2) there is no pending knowledge transfer required to be completed, I am also ready to serve some additional days if required .. just wondering what could be the worse effect
From India, Kolkata
It appears that are curious to know the answer. Beware of the saying "Curiosity killed the cat." In your case, the "cat" could be the exit process and your relationship with your present employer.
From United Kingdom
The worst is that you are declared absconding and you have destroyed the relationship in this organisation.
You may not want to join them again, but the world is small and you may bump with some in future, where an negative opinion is already formed.
So go on that trip afterwards, whats the hurry???
Regards,
Ashutosh Thakre

From India, Mumbai
@ASHUTOSH THAKRE, agreed. I am trying all my best not to harm the relationship as you rightly said the world is small.. . . I am trying to be aware of what could possibly go against me by gathering information from you people .. when you say "declared absconding" is that a legal term ?
From India, Kolkata
Dear Ont,
If your company policy clearly says that the leaves are not allowed and you still forcefully take them as the company is not going to sanction them, so they are unauthorised, so the company can send you a mail stating that you are absoconding from the company and have decided to self terminate your service, with the company. Now this is a legal declared absconding.
Regards,
Ashutosh Thakre

From India, Mumbai
nathrao
3088

Ont,
Seniors in the profession and people with wide experience have advised in an unbiased manner, the right thing to do at the fag end of your tenure in a company.
.Leave in good grace and with good feelings.there can be no better exit than this and also the feeling that somewhere ahead in your career you can always look for a post in this company also.
Absconding is a legal term and avoid such terms getting attached to you.
Members here spend valuable time in giving advice,it would be ideal if hypothetical questions are avoided.

From India, Pune
@ASHUTOSH THAKRE, agreed. I am trying all my best not to harm the relationship as you rightly said the world is small.. . . I am trying to be aware of what could possibly go against me by gathering information from you people .. when you say "declared absconding" is that a legal term ?
From India, Kolkata






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