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26th April 2017 From India, Bangalore
27th April 2017 From India, Chennai
Thanks for reply,But In this scenario the point is that Though it is mentioned as Resignation acceptance letter It was provided to me only after I got relieved from the company ,As I gave my resignation on 8 dec-2014 but got the letter only after relieving(16 jan-2015) Doesn't it serve the purpose of relieving letter? As If it had been entirely a Resignation acceptance letter It would have provided me before my relieving and also not mentioned the date of relieving, In any case Is there any substitute for this?
27th April 2017 From India, Delhi
It's all depends. The importance of a relieving letter gains weightage when the new employer insist for such a thing and when it becomes crucial. Instead, when you don't have, one Experience Letter mentioning the last date of working can do the talking.
28th April 2017 From India, Bangalore
There is a high probability of disputes arising between the employer and an employee during the notice period, so many companies insist on relieving letters. Some HR guys are highly concerned about asking a relieving letter and a no dues certificate from a new employee as a part of their due diligence process.
28th April 2017 From India, New Delhi
ii) simultenously, I wish to get opioning/guidance from dear members when Resignation has been tendered without insisting for its immediate acceptance and also without specifying NOTICE PERIOD treatment in his resignation.Resignation is accepted after 9 months and the employee is relived suddently one fine day citing it acceptance of resignation.
Later on taking pretext of his resignation without notice all terminal benefits have been curtailed as per provision of RESIGNATION WITHOUT NOTICE. NEITHER PF(EMP.) CONTRIBUTION NOR PENSION IS BEING RELEASED. PL. GUIDE send your feedback on and oblige. gpagarwal ,lucknow.
29th April 2017 From India, undefined