Hi Team,

My name is Manu. I am working for a Engineering service company from 40 months . Till yesterday i did not receive any promotion .

In the mean time is was looking for job outside and was interviewed by one of the company on Dec 12 2016. Had a telephonic interview with customer,the team lead and i did pretty well.

On Dec 13 2016 they asked to provide scanned copies of documents like last salary revision letter, PAN card and full address to mention in offer letter and notice period days, etc . I have provided all the details to them.

Now on Dec 14 2016, surprisingly i receive a promotion letter from the current company stating that you have been promoted as senior associate and it applies from 1 Dec 2016. Now the salary is revised and this is the latest one and a change in notice period days.

Question 1

Can i send the latest salary revision letter to the employer who interviewed now ?

Question 2

Earlier my notice period was 30 days, now it is changed to 60 days .

When asked about the notice period on day of the telephonic interview , i told them 30 days since i was not promoted by that time.

No since everything is changed now, how should i proceed further now ?

I dont want to miss this opportunity because of increase in notice period days, because the employer stressed many times to join and start immediately after 30 days.

Please guide and assist on this.



From India, Bengaluru
As you got promotion in the new company I feel you may get more responsibility
In general process HR we well as the reporting officer should have been consulted you or would have discussed about the same. Did they discuss with you as a appraisal process for promotion?
You can issue the revised letter to the new employer.

From India, Bangalore
Dear Member,
Referring to your query, would like to highlight below points:-
1. There is no harm to show the former salary statement and offer letter. The point is that those letter are proposal letter in the eyes of law. And you have already accept your earlier letter and to give that effect your were abiding of the conditions stated in the letter. E.g. 30 days notice period etc.
2. But please make sure in the resignation letter to put your 'CURRENT DESIGNATION' as that will enough to suffice that you have not accepted the promotion letter.
3. On the contrary if you do any act to suffice that the promotion letter is accepted, you may have to give 60 days notice.
4. To be on the safe side you may approach your HR in writing as to why the promoted earlier or deserve much than the offered one. That will suffice that you are in the dilemma on accepting, but still not accepted.

From India, Kolkata
If you are still interested in the new job, you may disclose the fact of the latest promotion in your present company. Rgarding the revised notice period to that of 60 days, you may buy out 30 days and join the new job as insisted by the prospective employer.
From India, Salem

Hi Manu,
Would highly recommend you to inform the new employer about the promotion and change in notice period, as they have not sent you the offer. Also promotions are given by the employer and it has nothing to do with employee signature for acceptance. The only reason is when anything has to do with compensation or change in any special clause to avoid discrepancies in the future. It is an acknowledgement given by the employee on the change of any employment status, including the compensation.
First, let the new employer accept the change and also you need to accept the new CTC which they are going to offer. Post this you can speak with the HR in the present company and shall conclude on cases like notice period buy out, etc.

From India, Bangalore

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