Adoni Suguresh
Sr.executive (per & Adm)
Kumaran Praveen
Administrative Officer
+1 Other

currently I am working in a company and need to resign from service within in 6 months of joining.
My current organization ,nothing mentioned about notice period in my offer letter.
I can leave with out notice period.plz suggest.
31st December 2015 From India, Kolkata
Hi Buddy,
If there is no mention of notice period in offer letter and there is no discussion about the same with your employer during taking up the employment than yes, you can leave without serving notice period.
With Regards
Mr.Thumbs Up
31st December 2015 From India, Chennai
Hello sir,
My company will issue release letter with certificate or not.kindly elaborate.
I had not signed any agreement regarding employment contract also.
just signed my offer letter pages and reverted back to them.
31st December 2015 From India, Kolkata
Hi Buddy, As per industrial policy employer won’t issue certificate for 6 months of service at-least one year is needed. With Regards Mr.Thumbs Up
31st December 2015 From India, Chennai
Sir, They will issue release letter or not as per industry policy which will be important for me for joining next company.please help
31st December 2015 From India, Kolkata
Praveen Sir, please inform me employer will issue relieving letter if I leave within 6 months of service?
31st December 2015 From India, Kolkata
My suggestion for you is please stay in a organization for at-least one year learn everything and gain experience, don't shift job oftenly it is not good for wise people and in future organization where you going to join also look into your track of experience.
When you leaving your organization they will give you a reliving letter.
With Regards
Mr.Thumbs Up
31st December 2015 From India, Chennai
I will always try to maintain your valuable suggestion.
I am really grateful for your reply.
But I worked 2 organization( 2 years and 4 years ) before joining my present company on last july 2015.
but My present company related to telecom sector and work culture is very bad .Specially I need to attend 3 night shifts ( 8 pm to next day 10:30 am) continously. .I am not aware about this before joining.Which hampering my personal and health life.
Also There are monopoly rules going on by team lead. Even I am not informed for my next day shift till 9 pm in a previous day.
Situation is critical so I decided to leave.
31st December 2015 From India, Kolkata
Dear Sudip,
You say that the no clause exist in your appointment order for termination of employment on either side during probationary period. Well, it is advisable to submit your resignation in writing and request for immediate or early relieving. Take the acknowledgement on your resignation letter. Then definitely company should give you relieving order. This is the normal practice in HR field.
Adoni Suguresh
Labour Laws Consultant
1st January 2016 From India, Bidar
You can relieve now if the situation is worst. The company will issue relieving letter to you. But it is better to relieve after 6 months for your carrier growth. You have to face the difficulties and learn from it.
1st January 2016 From India, Madurai
Adoni Sir,
Please note that just below clause is mentioned in my offer letter where I signed and reverted back to them
"The Company reserves the right to terminate your employment summarily, without any notice period or basic salary
in lieu thereof, if it has reasonable grounds to believe that you are guilty of gross misconduct or have committed an
act involving moral turpitude or gross negligence."
Nothing mentioned else regarding my Notice period or probation period in my offer letter.
What can I do?
Please suggest and help me.
They can't force me to serve notice period.
If I resign with 1 Day notice period and they will issue release letter in next action.
Please help
1st January 2016 From India, Kolkata
Dear Mr.Sudip,
The first clause is represent the termination of employment of one side ie from company side but normally should have been either side. But the clause is silent whether during probationary period or after confirmation. The remaining clauses represents the misconduct. Doesn't matter. You can take the opportunity and submit your resignation letter in writing and give one day notice and request for relieving. As a matter of fact they should not force you and follow the procedure for relieving orders. Please follow the same what I have mentioned earlier.
Wish you all the best
Adoni Suguresh
Labour Laws Consultant
4th January 2016 From India, Bidar
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