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Yes mr. Anonymous
It's the standard excuse everyone gives.
It's old stale and meaningless
It does not matter whether he is willing to pay the notice period, if the employee refuses to complete notice period, then why should the company bother to do anything for such a "loyal" employee ? What loyalty ? He has worked for a year. That's all. How does that amount to loyalty ?
And incidentally the bond has nothing to do with the post, except as a red herring. I agree with praful. There is more to it than disclosed


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