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Hii... I have been working with an organisation for past 4.8 months. Performed very well, been employee of d year for 2016, get promoted. Recently management is in a cost cutting spree and day before they asked me to resign without notice. Although i have 60 days notice as per my appointment letters, they are offering only 30 days.
What should i do, should i put my resignation agreeing their terms or ask them to terminate. How will i get my 60 days notice time as compensation. I dont want to lose my 30 days money which is my right and currently not having any job in hand too. But also worries whether the termination letter may harmful for me to get a new job. Please help. I have a meeting with management regarding this today and i am clueless.

From India, Delhi
Dear Anonymous
Legally yes, you are eligible for either 60 days notice or 60 days pay as per terms of your employment.
Now the decision, depends on your assessment of the situation prevailing in your company (probability of company paying you full notice pay and probability of company victimize you). Assess and decide between cost of taking head on with the company vs. letting go 30 days salary, you are the best judge for this situation.
Shailesh Parikh
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From India, Mumbai
I could gather that you have been asked to resign. The company is bound by the terms and conditions.
But if they were to terminate, then it will have a bearing on future job prospects. It all boils down to your negotiation skills. Good luck.

From India, Bangalore
Thanks.. Guys... (The work tenure is 4.8 years) . And yes will negotiate hard to get what is my right. Lets hope it does not come to a point of banging heads
From India, Delhi
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