While running a company, owner has to get the job done from various people. To get the job done, it is important to formulate certain rules and regulations. These rules and regulations help the company to plan their company activities. One of the rules about exiting employees is their notice period. However, rather than following rule of the notice, you allow your father to throw his weight behind you!
Your major concern is will your past employer give negative feedback you in the background verification. What feedback to give is absolutely up to them and there is no legal remedy. Even they could give a factual feedback like "father of employee, who is legal consultant, comes to the office and represents case in his son's favour". But then there is no legal remedy for giving factual feedback!
By the way gentleman, decorum of the forum demands writing the post that is free from grammatical mistakes or without spelling errors. This is formal forum and there was no need to assume that seniors will accept your informal language. You are seeking professional advice and professionalism has to be maintained in seeking advice. Professionalism is the foundation of one's character and legal issues come later.
From India, Bangalore
# AnonymousHi Dinesh,
Thanks for giving your valuable advice but could you please clarify my below concern
In a situation where the employer doesn't consider the employees repeated request of relieving earlier by paying the amount for the remaining notice period that he has to serve and neither he accepts the withdraw of the resignation letter whom should he meet and whose help should he take, shouldn't he take legal help for the resolution of issue or should he be victimized by the unilateral decision of employer
From India, Bengaluru
Now coming to notice period, it is the organisation's choice to allow a payment in due of notice period or ask the person to serve the entire notice period. This depends upon the work that the individual is handling. Higher the level in the organisation, the longer the handover period.
And coming to the negative feedback, they can state the fact that the person is incapable of taking professional decision and has to be dealt with through legal consultants. If this creates a negative feedback, the company is not to be blamed.
From India, Mumbai