Company Not Accepting My Resignation And On Verification From Future Company Current Company Put An Allegation Of Data Theft - CiteHR
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Respected Sir/Madam,
I have been working with a company from last 10 months and then I got a better opportunity to an another organization. As because of my career growth I resigned from my organization with a 30days notice period but our HR and General Manager declined my resignation with replying "Not Accepted". Here I want to say about myself, I'm a professional VBA developer and my senior don't have any backup against me.
At the time of my Ref-Check from my future employer, they(current employer) replied that I theft data from my office premises and they won't release me.
And after that my future company declined to accept me.
Please suggest me what to do in this scenario.

Simply contact an advocate and do the following:-
1) File an FIR under IPC on charges of defamation, Criminal Intimidation, Cheating and Using tampered document to aid cheating.
2) A civil suit under tort of defamation, malicious prosecution and wrongful hurt
3) Draft a complaint and lodge with Central Labour Commissioner and send a copy to Labour Ministry.
If your aspects are true then you will be fairly compensated.

Thank you for your reply. I will go on your suggested way, just confirm me if this steps will not put any negative impact on my career.
The suggestion given to u is good
But keeping the future career growth in mind, take the next step. Normally organization don't entertain the candidates who complains in the labour court or Any other authority.
There are other ways to solve the issue.
Fallow the rule in mythology
Sama
Dana
Bheda
Danda
Regards
Pranedh

The facts, as posted, constitute cause of action for civil and criminal action. However, the queriest has the option of serving a Legal Notice as the preliminary step. Perhaps, the Notice itself may settle the issues.
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