Hi mentors, I had joined small finance bank in the year 2016 as CSO and worked with same for 1 year. During the time I uncertainly faced some serious health issue and i had to resign from my job. So with all medicle documents I submitted my resignation to HR in 2017 and they confirmed me your request has been submitted.
Now i asked them for reliving certificate they are asking me for recovery payment after 1.5 year.
What should i do in this case?

From India, Bhopal

if you had medical issues and "unfit to work" then what is the utilization of reliving certificate? and if they confirmed your resignation then is it not a reliving document?

Hi U S sharma ji,
I had submitted all docs. And I resign on August 2017 from that time i was communicated on gmail thay didn't approved it or confirm it. And mean while HR. Staff replaced.
I continuously communicating with then for reliving or experience certificate they always replied in same way that" your request forwarded ", now yesturday only they email me PDF which was attached below.
In this letter they mentioned that i had resigned on September 30 which is not true.
And they also sent me back date off.
What i do?

From India, Bhopal

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sending the email and confirmed, both have different meaning

Dear friend,
You are bound to serve notice as per your terms of appointment and geneunienly your employer asked for notice pay.
They kept quite for 1.5 years, it is you woke-up them to do so. Now you send a notice to your employer you only can pay by cheque on issue of experience and reliving certificate.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Prabhat, I you mean I need to pay them? It’s mandatory?
From India, Bhopal
Yes. If you want escape then talk with your emloyer. Negotiation can bring solution to your problems.
From India, Mumbai

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