Anonymous
Hi, I have left from the company immediately after getting a new job. What i have did is wrong i knew. They have sent me registered post to report them but i have replied them i cant come back because i moved to a different city. I have submitted all of the company assets. This happened six months before after that i didnt receive any communications from their end. Last week i applied for PF transfer now they sent me a letter saying you have to pay certain amount otherwise they "will treat this as unprofessional behaviour and it may be highlighted in your professional credentials."
What should i do now? I really dont have the amount what they have said.

From India, Bengaluru

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Yes, you have breached the terms of your appointment letter. It is clearly evident that the relieving organization wants to recover the pay for unserved notice period.

Practical thoughts:

1. Please comply with the exit process now. Please demand a FNF statement for the figures. Check them for accuracy and send your acknowledgment

2. You have submitted all of the company-provided assets - that is a good

3. Please pay the amount irrespective of your financial conditions - as you are still in a job. Obtain a clean releiving letter after all of the formalities

4. It is the right of the Organization to not process your PF transfers - because you have not served the notice period

What was done - is past now. Now, please leave the company on good terms. Always be professional in your conduct. Pay the money and have peace of mind - it is very important.

After you obtain your relieving letter - you may then proceed ahead for PF transfers.

From India, Delhi

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