Partner - Risk Management
Lavika Yadav
Aparajita Banerjee
Manager - Hr
+2 Others

Recently I have resigned from a company where I was supposed to Serve 2 months notice. While putting my resignation I opted to serve 2 months and the same was accepted by my senior. But after serving 25 days notice my senior told me that I should stop coming to the office but I would get my 2 months salary (notice period). I did get the salary but in my relieving letter my last working day was of only 25 days after my resignation date instead of 2 months.
When I contacted the HR they said the date was changed as per my seniors mail. I have told them to change the dates and send a new letter. Now they are not replying on my mails and I guess they are not willing to change the date. Can I file a case against the company to get this done?

From India, Delhi
You were actually relieved after 25 days So from the company’s point of view, that seem to be correct.
From India, Mumbai
trying to clarify this point with a real scenario.Suppose Reeta initiates resign on 1st march ending on 1st May.But after 25 days management relieves her ie on 25th March and reeta joins another company on 5th april.So if there is an experience letter mentioning 1st may as relieving date and fnf settlement so you can be guilty of dual employment.So experience letter is genuine as only worked day,LWd should be mentioned.And as you have worked only 25 days so the paid amount is also valid.
So nothing is wrong in this case as per my opinion.Let see wat others have to say.
Good Luck !!

From India, Mohali
After receiving resignations from employees, some companies keep a reserve time as mentioned in the notice period to find a replacement or successor to the role. In case a company finds a replacement sooner, the reporting manager no longer feels the need to have two resources working on the same task. This must have happened in your case too. Last working day is always the last day of your work at the company.
It is not advisable to file any cases against a company on such grounds.

From India, Hyderabad
If you have been paid your salary as per the contract mentioned in the appointment letter and have been relieved early, your employment with the company is the last day of your notice period as statutory deduction like PF, ESI have been made. So in the record of PF and ESI your day of cessation will be the last day of your notice period. In the relieving letter if it is mentioned early it will not create any problem as long as you are joining other organization. Joining in other organization after completion of the notice period is legally and ethically correct. However if you have to join early in other organization you can explain the matter to the HR of the new organization and obtain a suitable suggestion.

From United States, New York
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