Thread Started by #vivek-kumar1

Dear Sir/Madam, I have submitted resignation on 29th Nov 2018 and given date of 15th Jan 2019 as my exit date.I received acceptance mail on 15th evening but not mentioned my bond amount.Again I received mail on 17th Jan mentioned all things.I cleared all dues from amount to bank asset.Also I am not attending office from 16th jan.After mailing many times for relieving letter,bank mailed on 4th February stating that "In order to get relieved you have to present on 5th Feb.If you not present at 5th Feb than your resignation will be cancelled and you have to put fresh resignation and formalities will be started from 1st step".On 4th Feb I was very far from the branch and talked with hr and told him about status. But after that she is saying your resignation is cancelled and your bond amount will be credited to your account.What to do now??
17th February 2019 From India, Kolkata
Hi,
I think they are to stretching it too far.
Have you joined any other firm after the exit? And a relieving letter is't crucial for regularisation? Have you not closed your bank a/c with them? You should have collected the relieving letter in the first instance before leaving, that should have been wise. Yes you missed it. Now, if it's very crucial for your future try to patch up and collect the relieving letter and try to convince them not to precipitate the issue. Make a visit and finalise all pending issues in one go.
18th February 2019 From India, Bangalore
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