Thread Started by #mishraashree@gmail.com

Hi, I gone through an interview. MD took the interview.He said our new project is going to start and we don't have much resource. I want you to work as hr and admin for 3-4 weeks after that we consider your cv and we shift you to it dept. I asked for appointment letter he said due to printer issue i am not able to give appointment letter now but surely i will give. I was there for software testing post. I joined that company without appointment letter . After 15 days they asked me to deposit security money that is one month salary. I worked on 2 saturdays , 2 sundays and republic day also. I left the company as i didn't want to deposit any amount. MD gave me a check of half month sal amount. I deposited that in my account. After 10 days i got a call he is telling me to sign on resignation letter over phone else he warned me to put a black mark on my cv.
20th February 2016 From India, Hyderabad
Hi,
As per the above conversation there to nothing to fear and he cant keep you in black list. Because he has not given the Appointment order to you,
But he gave you the check of half day salary which you have deposited.
Only one thing you need to specify whether you have a proof of attendance in your worked company.
And for your safe side it is better to send him a register post seeking the appointment letter since you have not received so far till your joining so that he will come to your end and request no need of resignation letter.
For any quire mail to
Thanks Regards.
22nd February 2016 From India, Hyderabad
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