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Dear Sir,
My Name is ABC I am working in food Processing Company in Bangalore since 2 years. Now I resigned the job due to personal problem.as per Appointment letter if employee leave the job consider one month Notice Period or one month salary paid to Employer .now I am serve only 15 days Notice period and another 15 days I will ready to pay Salary. Now I resigned the job on 20.01.2016.throgh email .but I didn’t got acceptance from Management. I discussed with Managing Director they are told up to April you continue the job otherwise we ll Give relieving Letter.
I need a suggestion for the above information
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If your appointment letter states that you have the choice of buying out notice period which cannot be fulfilled then the employer does not have authority to force you or blackmail you with regards to serving certain number of days or your relieving letter goes for a toss.
I suggest, you talk to your MD along with copy of your appointment letter and tell him politely that you have the legal option of buying out notice period as per the appointment letter and you are ready to do so. Before you get into legal predicament try to sort it out with your employer.
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