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pls guide me.
In appointment letter mentioned--- absence for 10days will lead to termination of services without notice or intimation.
I left company for more than 1 month
But employer sending warning letter to send written resign.
what should i do??

From India, Mumbai
Employers do not want to terminate employees easily as for termination certain rules have to be followed otherwise the entire termination becomes bad in law no matter what is written in the appointment letter. That is the reason the company is asking you to resign by sending resignation letter so there remains less liability.
It is better to give a formal resignation, collect the full and final dues, if any and move on (which I believe you already have since it has been more than a month).

From India, Kolkata
I would not advise you to resign unless you are serious about leaving your employer for some genuine reason. If you have a legitimate reason for absenteeism and your employer did not serve any communication during that period, you have a strong case of reinstatement. Employers have a tendency to ask for resignations to shield against legal provisions, so they would always ask you for it. Another point worth consideration could be length of your association with your employer, which may have a trigger on severance pay for such a threatened termination by them. You may have a choice here!
From India, New Delhi
You said you left the organization, does that mean, you absconded? I probably think you would have as you have mentioned leave of absence with intimation. Your employer can close the case by sending a show cause notice. You can as well send in your resignation now, but not sure what would be their motive in asking that after a month. Do you own any company owned properties with you?

From India, Bangalore
According to me you should put down your paper as this will be a wise decision, as the termination letter carries a negative impact for the resume along with it, and where as employer is concerned he could have terminated you in your absence as that becomes absconding if no intimation by mail has been given stating the reason for leave. therefore it will be a mature decision to put your papers down instead of getting a termination letter.
Priyanka Kumari
Manager HR

From India, New Delhi
Nowadays, Next employers surely asking for reliving letter and resign copy from last company you had, so you do maintain all of with you for better future endeavors.
From India, Jaipur
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