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After sending mail along with a medial certificate to HR, I am not serving a notice period. Can they abscond?
From India, Bodhan
After sending mail along with a medial certificate to HR, I am not serving a notice period. Can they abscond? pls help me
From India, Bodhan
I have seen your same question raised in thread- https://www.citehr.com/622108-after-...t-serving.html - which was promptly explained by our Senior expert in this Forum.
Why are you again airing the same question?

From India, Aizawl
I have 13 months experience in kotak ,i took three days leave with permission due to my mother health problem after then continuously 6days i haven't went and after 6th day i informed to manager i want to exit this organization and mark hr about a resignation mail along with proper medical docs i am not serving notice period ,i am daily communicate with hr and manager .i am ok with payout notice period means if i am not serve notice period they will take money from full and final settlement .after hr told she will help me but manager doesnt want to give approval for reliving .so can they do abscond after this all ,if they do abscond what action will i take
From India, Bodhan
Unfortunately, we are unable to get a comprehensible picture from what you have posed.

It appears you have wrongly used the term 'abscond' while the situation is that HR is not communicating acceptance of your resignation while your manager has agreed. You know, HR goes by rules and regulations and will be processing your resignation, they will come back only after due approval. Pl also understand that buy out the notice period is not a right of the employer, it is a discretion with the employer. Normal process is that the resigned employee works the full notice period so that there is proper handing over and take over by the new incumbent to your post. Your reporting manager, probably is not the final authority to accept your resignation so you will have to follow up with HR on the outcome.

From India, Mumbai
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