Hi, I was forced to resign by my employer and supervisor creating multiple instances that were like making a mountain out of a molehill. Both employer and supervisor did not accept my apology mail too. Now after my resignation I got to know from my colleague that my employer conducted a webinar discussing company compliance & intentionally said during the webinar that one employee which was me was ASKED TO LEAVE. Does this make sense to disgrace employees who had already left? This is professional ethics to disgrace Ex-employee. Pls suggest should I write a mail to HR or send a legal notice. He & my supervisor cleverly created instances and torture me for resignation.
From India, Patna

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Dinesh Divekar

Dear member,

You have given your side of the story, however, before giving any comments, we need to know the other side also. Nevertheless, taking your version at its face value, the following are my comments:

a) You were told to submit your resignation. You have not explained what exactly had happened and whatever happened, whether official enquiry was conducted to investigate the matter.

b) After your resignation, have your dues been cleared? Have you been provided with a proper relieving letter?

c) The information that you have acquired through your friend just a heresay. It has no enduring value in a court of law. Will your friend be ready to be a witness from your side?

d) Each one has to pass through a rough patch in the life. Insults, humiliation is common. You are no exception to this nature's law. Therefore, no need to think much about what has happened in your past company. The discussion that went on in the webinar is the internal matter of the company.

e) Though camouflaged as resignation, it was your termination. There must some mistake from your side. Therefore, identify where you had gone wrong and avoid repetition of the mistake. If you learn a lesson from the bad episode of the life then it will be more than sufficient.


Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore

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