1. Why did the company not ask you to serve your entire notice period?
2. On what condition did the company lose the client? Were you responsible for it any fashion?
3. How have they communicated to you that they will not be giving you a relieving letter?
The first step in these conditions is usually to calmly try and resolve the situation with the previous employer. If that does not work you can always approach a lawyer and send them a notice, and file a case in labor court to resolve the issue.
9th December 2016 From India, Mumbai
Thanks a lot for view mypost. I want to answer thw questions one by one.
1. I really dont know why they not given me to work on full notice period. They just mailed me that after 30th nov I no need to work. And accept my resignation.
2. I was dealing with a client regarding a project. But after given the notice on 15th nov. Company told me that you only sit on bench you no need to work. So i clarify all the information to the other employee and he was dealing with the client and i was just sat on bench from 16th nov to 30 th nov. Now the client is saying on 8th dec that the project was delay and he cancel the project. I really dont know what i done wrong. I just talked with client regarding the requirements.
3. I called the director and asked when i will get my papers. The he told me this meaningless issue and told they will think and get back to me after 3 days. They will think
I am really afraid . I i file a case then it will be very delay to solve the matter but i have to submit the paper on my current company. What should i tell to my current company? And let me know how i will file case in labour court?
Thanks waiting for reply
9th December 2016 From India, Kolkata
It seems that you didn't have cordial relations with the management of the company, reasons best known to you. It was improper and unreasonable on the part of the management to ask you to pack up before the completion of notice period. They shouldn't have done it or should have paid the salary for 15 days.
If they are blaming you for losing a client, they should have hold an enquiry into the matter to pin point the responsibility particularly in a situation when they made you to sit idle during the notice period.
You can talk to your present employer taking him into confidence and ask him to bear for sometimes for the relieving letter. Meanwhile you can produce acceptance letter of your resignation, if you have.
Since you have mentioned that you have called the director and he has asked you to get back to him after 3 days. You can again talk to him and try to convince him that when they have accepted the resignation then where is the problem in issuing the relieving letter.
If still nothing comes very concrete then you approach to the Area Labour office of the State govt. with full particulars of the case enclosing therein the relevant papers.
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12th December 2016 From India, Mumbai
In my view, you keep sending them written reminders over email . if they have accepted your resignation and confirm the reliving date then there is no reason for them to hold back your reliving letter , except, they found some ethical issue during your exit. Legally, they have no rights to stop it.
You give them three polite reminders , and afterwords, write a strong mail stating that you may approach legal doors, and do a mental harrsament case as well. On the other side, you produce a proof of your reminders to your new employers, if they push you to submit reliving letter. Also take your HR & boss in confidence , in order to save gurad your position in new organization. Meanwhile you please submit the acceptance copy of your resignation to your current employer as a proof that you had exit your last company and followed the process
12th December 2016