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I have 4.9 year of experience in IT industry as developer . in my current company i was working for past 6 month and planning to resign due to personal issues . but i want to serve my notice period and to have a smooth exit process.
1) If i resign, will the company waive my notice period off without salary, even though i have accepted to serve the notice period of 2 month as mentioned in my agreement . "The Company shall be entitled to terminate your employment with immediate effect upon payment of salary in lieu of the notice"
2) Will i get experience certificate for 6 months of working
3) will this jump affect my carrier future
thanks

From India, Chennai
Before answering to your query, let me put it that frequent job changes will not give you
any dividend, rather it affects your career development. In IT sector also Very good & Big companies and small companies exist. While small companies will not go deep into the candidature, as they need a person with the required talent, Big companies may thoroughly scrutinize a candidate's profile as they have a full-fledged HR/Talent acquisition Department. If your aim is to get rich dividend from your acquired work experience, you may have to stay with a company for a minimum period of 3-4 yrs, and avoid accepting new jobs for monetary gain only.
Now coming to your questions,
Point no.1 - clause mentioned by you, applies in case company terminates your services (by making payment in lieu of notice period). If you tender your resignation, you may have to serve
the required notice period of 2 months or deposit 2 months salary in lieu of notice period.
Point no.2 As a general practice, companies issue experience certificate, for services put in by him, at least for a year. But you can request to HR of your company or any other competent person
Point no.3 - Have tried to throw some light, at the outset.

From India, Aizawl
The answers to questions 1 and 2 can only be answered by your employer.
None of us knows what your employer's protocols in this matter are. Is there no employee handbook which sets out conditions of employment?
Question 3 has been answered in the second post.

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