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My employer suddenly asked us to leave devices as is and go home on 21st of November. Then three people were set on compulsory leave. And on 25th they called us in office and asked that we found some documents from you devices which say you work outside the office for your own as well (freelancing). I discussed everything but they were determined to ask our resignation. I said fine and I submitted the resignation on same date that is 25th November. Then HR asked me for full and final settlement. I said I can serve notice period and I have already mentioned in resignation email. She said okay but we may relieve you early. I asked her if they will pay the notice period salary in that case. She said I will have to discuss it. Then they kept me on hold upto 6th December and my resignation was not accepted.
I need to know the following-
1. Am I eligible for notice pay if they want me to not attend the office for notice period?
2. My resignation was submitted by me but they demanded it. I have audio proofs of it as I recorded all sessions. Does it affect the case?
3. Company is an IT software company. They registered in June while they hired me from may 1st. Is it going to affect my experience letter?
Thanks in advance
Kind regards

From India, Ambala

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Hello friend,
1) Notice period/notice pay either side is applicable.
2) & 3) Though they demanded your 'resignation', for all purposes it will be on records as 'resigned' which also may not create problems in your career in near future. May be you'll have to encounter an interview question as to 'why did you resign' from this employee. You need to answer this question convincingly.
Let us visualise a different scenario. Suppose you refuse to resign and they decide to terminate you with or without notice period/notice pay. This event might throw a challenge in your job hunt.
Try to get notice pay amicably with a clean 'service certificate' this will help in your career.

From India, Bangalore
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