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Hi All,
I received an offer from a new company to join them. However after resigning from my previous company ( on email and accepted) , I was terminated on the email after serving the notice period with no meetings or talks and are not giving me any status on my releiving/experience letter. No response to calls or emails. I want to know if my new company shall except any other documents except releiving/experience letter. What should I do?

From India, Pune
Dear Mr Anamika,
The moment your Services were "Terminated", you should have objected to the action of Management in writing citing submission of your Resignation, acceptance by Management etc Why your service was Terminated?
Consequent to Termination, the question of issuing Relieving Letter does not arise.Please note that if you remain silent, it amounts to acceptance of Termination Order.This will have negative impact on your career.

From India, New Delhi
With your new company you can show the resignation acceptance letter and try to convince them
From India, Ahmadabad
Hi Sainath,
I had replied on the email challenging my termination however till date there has been no reply on calls/emails for the same. I personally went to talk and was kept waiting for more than 7 hrs .No response yet from anyone over this.

From India, Pune
1. Contact any good advocate who deals in service matters, send them a legal notice through the advocate.
From India, Thane
Dear Anamika
The thing that in spite of your resignation and its acceptance you were terminated and even after sending them email and personally waited for 7 hours, shows your relations with your employer. Introspect yourself. You will find the answer. If you were the employer and your employee sends a resignation on email what would you feel? It is always wise to meet the employer in person and hand over the resignation, which you did not do. You received a treatment what you treated the employer. Do not repent now. Go ahead.
Vibhakar Ramtirthkar.


From India, Pune
Dear Friend, Once your resignation has been accepted even by email ,otherwise decision of termination is illegal and bad in law.Your previous employment has seized and new employer will not be ready to allow to join. Pl explore the possibility that can a issued be raised before ALC for resolving the matter and necessary direction or compensation to you. It does not require any fee &/or engagement of advocate . Otherwise you should move to court for relief. gpagarwal lucknow 8009458901
From India, undefined

Hi Vibhakar, My employer was well aware of my resignation as I had consulted him over a week before resigning.
From India, Pune
Hi Poorvasingh;
From these brief facts narrated by you, I cannot understand your relations with your employer. I still feel, in spite of your consulting your employer a week before your resigning, employer is terminating you, what does it mean? Have you met employer in person? Do so and then things will be clear.

From India, Pune
Hi Vibhakar,
That's what I fail to understand as everything was fine and nice until I didn't accept the counter offer given me. Initially after resigning I was asked to be released in a week over the email and then was asked to pay for the notice. Still I haven't received the salary for the period I worked for and the bonus which was suppose to be paid in April and was delayed.
I did try to talk to him and meet him however neither does he pick up my calls and nor did he met me when i went to meet him.
My relations were always nice with the employer and I was promoted twice in two years of my tenure. When asked for the reason for termination the owner never specifies anything.

From India, Pune

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