How To Write A Harsh Mail To Other Company's HR Regarding Employee Who Left The Company? - CiteHR
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Dear, Can anyone please help me... how to write a harsh mail to other company's HR regarding, Mr X who left the recent company without serving the notice period and we are not providing any experience and Relieving Letter.
There is no law which prohibits a company to hire someone without a relieving order. Among PSU units, they have a policy protocol for this and hence it is enforceable. In private sector it is not enforceable by law. In terms of the notice period, it's an agreement between you and the employee. The recruiting company need not bother, since most of the time, the hiring company wants the employee to join early. At the most, you could initiate proceedings against the employee to recover the notice period pay. There are many companies which don't bother about the new joiners obligations to the previous employer. They are only bothered about their interest. It's of no use writing letters to the new company HR. They are not going to bother, since you do not have control over them. Its better to get the employee to to pay you the notice period pay if you want to penalise him and pursue the matter. In case he does not respond to your letter, you will have to evaluate the cost of legal recourse versus the amount of recovery.
Hi friends!!
There is no need to write "harsh mail to other Company's HR". Need is actually to write a very very polite request. Remember one more sentence well said by Gandhiji " Use soft words for hard arguments."even if you are legally right and have actionable claim over something and you have full right to own it.
Wish you happy new year & great future!!!
Best wishes,
RDS Yadav

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