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Hi - I submitted my resignation on Feb 25th, the LWD in the system was May 22. Later, employer set the LWD as Mar 10th and asked me to make payout. Pl. let me know, in this case - if am liable to payback to the organization.
From India, Bengaluru
If your notice period clause is 30 days then you are supposed to work till 25th Mar,2020. When the employee is willing to serve full notice period, if the Employer prepone the relieving date on their own then they are not supposed to collect shortfall notice recovery from employee. Please talk to your HR and explain that you are willing to serve full notice period. All communicate the same through email aswell and document it.
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From India, Madras
No. You are not required to payback anything. Please checkout notice period clause of your job offer.
From India, Pune
Dear Rekha,
When the employee is willing to serve the entire notice period as stipulated in the contract of employment, the employer cannot unilaterally decide to reduce the notice period or relieve him/her earlier and ask any pay out in this regard. Strictly speaking, the employer has to pay the salary for the remaining notice period to the employee concerned as the move of the employer is a counter offer which requires the acceptance of the employee.
Anyway, it is better to check the notice clause of your appointment order and ensure whether any subsequent change applicable to all alike is made in this regard.

From India, Salem
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