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Sorry to note your health issues.
Is't that you worked only for 2 days since you reported to this office? And you were hospitalised, under convalescence, I read it correct? If yes, I can't imagine any office, in the normal course, would allow 3-4 months of leave (not earned), may be an unauthorised leave, that too during Probation Period, I suppose. I would suggest you should somehow meet the HR and others who can consider your case and try to sort out the issue. If you wait for mails it won't work. If they mind your cheque may be processed for encashment. It's an emergency, don't wait for things to happen & explore all avenues.
From India, Bangalore
umakanthan53Dear Mr. Kumar,
A new appointee, falling ill suddenly just after two days of his joining and warranting surgical treatment involving post treatment bed rest for some months is a situation beyond anyone's control. Therefore, normal rules of employment like compulsory and continuous attendance, restrictions on leave on loss of pay, enforcement of bond conditions etc., should be, in my personal opinion, put off by any considerate and reasonable employer after a dispassionate assessment of the situation. If his health permits, of course, the poster may make personal representation to the Management through the HR as aptly suggested by you. Had the cheque issued by him towards bond amount not yet been realized, can't he issue stop-payment instructions to the bank in case the employer being adament and inconsiderate? After all rules are only man-made, not God given.
From India, Salem
Sir i have met my HR.. And said about my issue and health pblm...they said that they will not wait for 3mnths..and asked me to send all the documents realted to my surgery and all...to mail it....
I have fwded all.my documents to my HR..throug email..
But still their is no response.. From their side..
Plz tell me what the next step to take .....
Are you still on extended leave or fit enough to resume your duty. Advicing 'stop payment' is an option to save you from the stress you are undergoing, but that is not ethical though. Coming to worse can be used. But still much would depend on how you could convince your office. I would suggest you should meet them again and give a try. The silence in them, I afraid, suggests something different. First take care of your health and ensure that you are fit enough for the duty soonest.
From India, Bangalore