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a) Has anything been mentioned about cost of training or bond fee in your Appointment Letter? Has anything been mentioned about the notice period in your appointment letter?
b) While leaving your company, did you take proper clearance from all the departments? Did you ask for "No Due Certificate" on your last working day?
c) What amount is quoted as "bond fee"?
d) Did you get any show cause notice or warning letter for your under-performance?
Partially, you are under stress because HR has done half job. At the time of separation, there should have been clarity on the payment of dues, if any. Allowing the employee to leave and then as a afterthought sending mail asking for the payment of bond fee is unprofessional. Nevertheless, we need to assess the tenability of their claim.
If you were unable to put up with the work pressure then instead of resigning from the job, you should have allowed them to terminate your services. However, no there is no point in crying over split milk.
Final Comments: - This feedback in addition to your query. If you were unable to put up the work pressure then that time itself you could have approached this forum and asked for the suggestions as to how cope with it. Whatever the type of job be it may, you will have lot of work pressure. There are very few cushy jobs. Demanding jobs is fait accompli of 21st century. Your incomplete training, did it become cause of your under-performance/
Therefore, I recommend being choosy in your next job. However, once you step in, there should not be any scope for retreat. Job stability is a basic requirement in building one's career. Therefore, keep in mind English proverb, toughest of the tough steel has to pass through hottest of the hot fire.
4th February 2016 From India, Bangalore
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9 things you should do when an employee resigns - Quikchex - HR, Compliance and Payroll Software
4th February 2016 From India, Mumbai
I told him ok and i joined the office directly, after joining also nobody in the office told me to sign any document related to service agreement. My other collegues who was in the same training batch of mine told me that in the end of the training they gave them service agreement in which bond amount was mentioned, the other collegues signed it and gave them back. My collegue even said me that u were not there in the training and they have given us that service agreement. I told her than when the hr wil say me personally about this paper then only i wil sign or else no. But in the entire 6 months of mine no body mentioned it nor about the notice period. While leaving i even asked them that whether i should have to serve notice period or not. The hr said no and i left the office.
Suddenly they mailed me about that bond amount of 46000 that i have to pay.
I am damn sure i havent signed ny papers plus the other collegues of mine are with me saying that i havent signed it because i was not present with them in that training. I was at home with my family for my dad'funeral.
5th February 2016 From India, undefined
5th February 2016 From India, Bangalore