Asso.prof.(commerce & Management)
Hannah Hr
Hr Officer
Team Leader - Hr

Dear All,
Request all my senior CiteHR subordinate to advice me on below point.
I am working in a company where they haven't given an appointment letter at the time of joining and when I have resigned they are forcing me to serve 60 days notice period.
Please suggest if I would be left the company without completing the notice period said by them. Are they able to hold my last salary and recover my notice period from it.

From India, Mumbai
Hi In your company have Hr policy or company policy? kindly check the policy, u get any idea.
From India, Karaikudi
1. Please check, In your company have Hr policy or company policy?
2. How many employees are working ?
3. What is the company ?
4. You have any other proof ? like payslip/offer letter/online attendance/revision letter.
If you have not signed any appointment acknowledgement. You can proceed with labor court. You will get the solution.

From India, Chennai
Hi Crystal,
There are few queries to be answered, in addition to what other friends asked you to clarify -
1. Probably you should have received an offer letter preceding you joined this Co. Check for whether it contains any clause speaking about notice period.
2. How do you propose to manage a Relieving letter/Experience Certificate as it's likely that you won't be issued such letters unless you satisfy their requirement.
3. Did you submit a formal resignation letter was that acknowledged, if yes, accepted or rejected or nothing stated.
4. How do you propose to manage EPF/Gratuity if you are eligibile?
5. Is't the practice in this Co not to issue a formal apptt.letter or you are singled out?

From India, Bangalore
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