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Dear Sir,
There is no such clause which enables the employee to pay the sum of money at the employees' discretion. Waiver if any can only be exercised by getting approval from authorities. In my case, my immediate reporting manager is comfortable relieving me on time. But his superiors are not in favor of it.
Also note that Notice Period waivers had been approved for many times for many employees over last few months. Local HR officials are saying that organisation has stopped giving waivers since last month, which sounded not convincing to me.
Regards

Dear friend,
In career life at times one should be bold enough to take a decision befiting the present situation rather than being indecisive anticipating some occasional blips in the future. You should not forget the fact that you want to leave the present organization just because of the presence of a better avenue and your present organization tries to block it because you are an efficient employee to be retained. That's why the normal and ubiquitous practice of waiver of exit notice is made so much complicated. When the reason shown by you for waiver is genuine and you are prepared to abide by the compensation part of the condition your present employer can not do anything against you that will spoil your future. Just remit the entire amount due and simply walk away and join the new job. Simultaneously send a legal notice also as suggested by Mr.Dhingra.

Dear Sir
I am on notice period as per company policy my notice period is 60 Days I have given them 37 Days I would like to adjust my privilege leave for notice period but my organization saying that they don't have their HR policy to claim any leave in notice period & asking me to buy 23 days please suggest is there any legal law where we can fight to company for claiming leave in notice period

Dear Sir
I am on notice period as per company policy my notice period is 60 Days I have given them 37 Days I would like to adjust my privilege leave for notice period but my organization saying that they don't have their HR policy to claim any leave in notice period & asking me to buy 23 days please suggest is there any legal law where we can fight to company for claiming leave in notice period


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