Im working for a BPO for past 7 month. Im quiting the job due to medical reason as im a dibetic patient.I dont want to serve notice and is it mandatory that i have to buy notice period?
From India, Bangalore
I just rcvd my offer letter and salary details.Co.has not given any appointment letter till now.Nothing is mentioned
From India, Bangalore

Diseases like Diabetes, Asthma, etc are very common Nathrao mentioned, this doesn't qualify to avoid Notice period. And even if sometimes this needs hospitalization, the Company will only extend the NP by that duration.

Looks like you have some OTHER reason(s) to avoid the NP but are searching for something that you can get the Company to accept.

Also vis-a-vis your line "is it mandatory that i have to buy notice period?", pl note that you CAN'T take this for granted. Even if this option exists in the Rule Book, the Company [usually the Reporting Manager] will have the Final discretion.

When you join a job, it's NOT your prerogative to think or say "I dont want to serve notice" either ACCEPT the FULL deal or LET GO the FULL deal. If you want any changes in the terms, it needs to be done thru discussions.

What IF the Company says 'we promised you X salary, but want to give you X-Y salary from now'--would that be OK to you? Won't you quote Rules then?



From India, Hyderabad
What does the offer letter say about notice.
You have to serve it if it mentions a notice period else not. Medical reason will not have any bearing on it. That's how it'd work technically.
Of course, you may try asking your HR to waive it off and depending on many factors, he/she may decide to do so.

From India, Delhi
It is all depends on the decision of your higher up to whom you are reporting or management decision, if it is genuine case, most of companies will forgo, but if it is for something else, then they may ask you to either work or can claim notice period salary.

From India, Ernakulam

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