Aniket Pathak
Sr. Executive Hr
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Assistant Manager - Administration &

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If any employee submit the resignation letter and management also accept the same, he is not asking for immediate release and he is ready to serve the notice period, but management want to release immediately.
In his Appointment letter, it is mentioned that one month notice period to be served otherwise payment to be made for notice period by both parties.
Now the question is already the employee submit the resignation, and management also accept the same, If we release him immediately and we would not give him chance to serve the notice period, then would we face any legal issue in future ?

From India, Silchar
In this case company has to pay one month salary as company is releasing him immediately. Regards, Dinesh Makwana Admin & HR
From India, Mumbai
Dear Dmakwana,
Can you please elaborate why company will have to pay?
Dear Mukti,
If company terminates the employee or employee wants to leave they are bound to serve or let serve one months notice period. But, in this case employer is not terminating employee therefore he is not bound to let serve the notice period or pay in lieu off. Instead Employee has put down the paper and ready to serve notice period but employer is ready to relieve him early in this case employer has no liability to pay anything.
This is employers choice, if he wants to relieve early he can.

From India, Pune
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