Dear sir/madam ,
i am currently working in a company with 1.2 year experience . After giving my resignation , i am being asked to pay a amount of 1.5 lakh . i have no need for experience letter but after consulting various people , it was implied that the company will be semding me court notices and it will effect my visa chances in my background checks , will it really effect , i work in well known mnc , does the bond hold any value if i am dont need experience or relieving letter even if i am blacklisted from the company holds no significance difference to me .
thanks and regards,
akshay .
5th April 2016 From India, Bengaluru
When you resigned were you not aware of the bond money?
What were the terms and conditions of our appointment?
What was yuor role in the company?
Any special training imparted to you at company expense?
Getting blacklisted is not good whether it makes difference to you immediately or in the long run.
See how to reconcile your wishes and company demands.
You need to furnish more information about your job-terms and conditions,laid down resignation processes etc before you can be suggested ways and means to get around the problem.
5th April 2016 From India, Pune
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