Due to personal reasons I have requested my company to waive the notice period. I am also ready to buy the notice period of 90 days. But the company is adamant that I serve the 90 days notice period. I do not understand what good the company will get by me serving the 90 day notice. I will just be swiping in and out of my office daily without any productive output to the organization, why the company is willing to give me 90 days salary but not relieve me early in-lieu of pay-out?
As per the exit request guidelines in the company policy, either party has to give 90 days notice or pay-out in-lieu for notice period waiver requested by the employee but the final decision resides with the company. For all exceptions higher management will need to provide the approvals.
Due to personal reasons I am not in a position to serve the notice period. What are my best options to negotiate with my company? If the company stays firm on its decision what are my legal options? And is it wise to opt for legal options? What actions the company can take if I do not serve the notice period?
P.S. - I have been with this company since 2005.
23rd May 2017 From India, Mumbai
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