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Dear Poster,
In any disciplinary proceedings contemplated against an employee, outsiders can indicate only the legal procedures to be adopted by the Disciplinary Authority stage by stage and the possible precautions to be taken by the delinquent. We can not give you any wholesome remedy at this stage based on your allegations about the bias of your immediate superior towards yourself and his intimacy with your country director. Though your allegations of unprecedented change in work allocation and the artificial social boycott at the instance of the management may be true, the absence of the reasons for the initial complaint and such subsequent allegations in your original and successive posts leave us to think that you are withholding some vital information best known to yourself only for obvious reasons. If your exit is their primary concern, why should they pressurize many others in stead of asking you straight away to put down your papers under the pretext of the SCN?
The entire train of ordeal you are scared of is inevitable to anyone facing disciplinary action. If you are really convinced that you have not done anything wrong and the entire charge is a fabricated one, you should have the moral courage to prove your innocence by all possible means. Else, you should have the tactics or the manipulative skills to outsmart your adversary.

From India, Salem
Dear Sir,
Thanks for your suggestion. Now after almost 3 months of my reply to SCN, they are asking me to resign and they will pay 3 months salary against that. I said that if you wanted me to resign then why did you framed charges against me. You could have just asked me to leave well before thinking of giving me show cause notice. Now many people knows that I was involved in some financial fraud and my image is at stake. I also said that ok fine I will resign but for that you need to give me a letter for withdrawing all the baseless allocations charged on me. Then I will have documents to show my innocence. To this they are not ready to give me the letter and saying that if you don't resign, we will go ahead with disciplinary enquiry. I said Ok I am fine with it as I am not afraid because I have not done anything wrong. This discussion was done 15 days before and o response from the management has come till date. Still waiting for their response...

From India, Samastipur
Dear friend,
I think that your fear of likely pecuniary difficulties consequent on sudden loss of job and the pride of being honest in your duties so far put heavy pressure on your mind and block your decision-making capacity. If the reasons and circumstances explained by you for your exit are true and correct, the only intelligent choice you should make out must be making your exit smooth and peaceful only. What is the point in proving your honesty and commitment to an organization run by a coterie of mean and dishonest people? They would certainly stoop to any level to prove you wrong and make your exit ignominious. Of course, still you can fight and win at the end but that would only be a pyrrhic victory. So decide on your own. After all, employment is a means to an end and not an end in itself.

From India, Salem
Dear Umar Sir,
Thanks for your valuable advice, actually I was thinking in only one direction. I know I am going through a mental pressure and wanted to prove myself. I will speak to the management and decide. Will update you soon on this.
Thanks again.

From India, Samastipur

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