Manager-hr & Legal Compliances
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Dear All,
Greetings. I'm working in a private concern as HR executive. My management needs to provide revised offer letter for employees who have joined after maternity leave, who have put their notice ( resignation ) but decided to continue.
Is that advisable ? Pls guide.

From India, Chennai
It is not immediately possible until such circumstances arise or happen. Still there are chances in case of promotions and salary hikes.
From India, Bengaluru
Hi, Not required for in this happens , i.e proof of documents are provided on Salary hikes or change in joining date of new hires or Position change.
From India, Hyderabad
I think that is ok if the reason behind resignation was only salary hike or promotion. you need to check it.
From India, Mumbai
Has the maternity leaves benefit been provided to the employee ?
if yes , then there is no discontinuty in her present employment, so there must not be any requirement for issuing an offer letter.
If the employee has resigned from the services-irrespective of what the resason would be , that is totally an employee's call- and as per the Legal Hr formalities his full & fonal settlement has to be done, now if the same employee again wants to rejoin the organisation, then he has to apply with a fresh candidature, and accordingly offer letter has to be generated.
It is better to close the previous history , when your ex- employee again wants to join you, by performing Full & final settlement formalities.and prefer to start with a fresh candidature, with a fresh offer letter.

From India, Jaipur
Dear All, Thank you for giving me suggestions on the same. Now I could understand, when offer letter can be given, and it’s procedures.
From India, Chennai
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