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Want to relieve from the job before 90 days of notice period in (Private ) Limited company
I am working as ground level/entry level role in a limited company. I have submitted my resignation giving 45 days notice period and ready to compensate for remaining 45 days notice period pay to company. Company having 90 days notice period policy.
But company accepted my resignation with 90 days of notice period.
Next employer are not ready for waiting me for 90 days. They are ready for 45 days.
Now what i can do against my current employer for releiveiing me before 45 days. Please guide urgently.
My current employer notice period clause in my appointment letter is " This agreement of service can be terminated by either party by giving the other party
Three months notice or Three months pay in lieu thereof at the discretion of the company"
My next employer also requires the resignation letter with last working day mentioned and approved by my current employer.
So what i can do to join my next employer within 45 days? What legal steps i can take against my current employer for relieving me within 45 days?

From India, Jalalpur
How much time labor court will take to give decision or order my current employer to relieve me within 45 days notice period? Now i have only 1 month remain to join another /next employer. So can lobor court will give me decision under 1 month?
Or what are the other steps i can take against my current employer for relieving me within 45 days notice period?
Please suggest effective and quick decision steps.

From India, Jalalpur
Persuasion and tact only can help. By the time legal help arrives deadline will be crossed. Legal action may or may not give you the decision you want.
From India, Pune
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