Linashri
Dear Friends, I am currently working in a IT company. In the appoinment letter it is saying that-
"Ït would be obligatory upon you to give a written 2 month notice to the company if you wish to resign from your position at any time in future and vice versa. In absence of the notice, you would have to pay the company an amount equal to your salary for the notice period"
My question is if i resign the company without notice, do i need to pay 2 months salary to the company.
Please suggest
Thanks in Advance
Lina

From India, Bengaluru
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Tajsateesh
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tajsateesh
1641

Hello Lina,
Further to what Nathrao mentioned/suggested, pl also note that your manager/boss CAN take a stand that you will have to serve your Notice period....if you go thru many other threads in this Forum, there have been many cases where the practice & the Policy vary.
Also it depends on what your role & responsibilities have been in this Company....IF it's been a critical role, then chances are more likely of a rupture than smooth parting IF you insist you don't want to serve the NP.
As a general professional practice, it's always good to complete your part of the deal & part smoothly.
In case you have worked here for quite some time, then you would also need the Relieving Docs to form your Career Records for later use in life. Else, justifying the gap COULD pose problems.
Rgds,
TS

From India, Hyderabad
Linashri
Thanks TS. I am basically from Assam and working in this company for last 10 months. My role is a software engineer and it is not so critical as backup is there. "
Problem is manager is very short tempered and shows too much "dadagiri.
Its a small comapny of 30 people and HR people stay in a different state.

From India, Bengaluru
tajsateesh
1641

Hello Lina,

You haven't clarified Nathrao's query "What have they charged earlier when employees have left without notice?".

However, pl also note that even IF there MAY have been a precedence of employees leaving paying the NP amount, your manager/company need not take the same route for you too......IF they want to, they can find ways to NOT give you the same advantage.

However, any specific reason(s) WHY you don't want to serve the NP....EXCEPT your manager's attitude?

If the only reason is the manager's attitude, then frankly, I suggest you bear with it & LEARN handling such guys....one always finds such guys everywhere, only the scale of temper & scope of damage varies. What IF the next job also has such a guy as your manager....will you RUN AWAY from there too? And for how long in your career?

If there are no other very specific reasons, then I would suggest you to complete the NP & leave properly with the Relieving Docs in hand. You will always need the Docs for your Career track Records in your life.

And IF the reason is that the new Company wants you to join ASAP, then it's imperative that you handle things suitably....every Company wants a joinee to join ASAP, BUT relieve as delayed as possible.....this happens everywhere & in every sector [except, of course, when the Company is very happy to see the employee leave]. You need to make it clear that your NP is 2 months and, though you will try, you CAN'T assure that the NP will be reduced. It all depends on your interview performance [how well you did] AND how you handle them whether they will agree to wait for you or not.

All the Best.

Rgds,

TS

From India, Hyderabad

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