I resigned from my Company on 1 st Oct. Official Notice Period is 3 months. in My resignation I had requested early release due to health issue. After following up I got a reply from HR stating "This is to inform you that we have received your email and we are awaiting inputs from your Lead / Manager. We shall schedule further discussion soon."
Now HR says for early release you will have to pay a recovery amount (verbally). I said I am ready to serve the rest of the 2 months notice period. HR never officially replied to my Resignation clearly stating I will have to pay and indicating the last working day. I also have never confirmed I am ready to pay a buyout amount (I only requested based on health issue).
On 28 Oct, HR asked me to give a Medical Certificate Stating Unfit to work. and on that basis they are relieving me on 2 nov. where as I said on Call I am ready to serve notice period.
HR stated "please be informed that on mutual consent, Company is waiving off your remaining notice period."
When I asked HR do you have any email/Proof saying I am ready for early release( I stated clearly I am ready to serve the remaining notice Period).
Also asked HR why it took you 1 month to reply to resignation and in 2 days you are relieving me. and Reply I got to this was "Its our Process"
Without any Email/valid proof can a Company relieve me saying "mutual consent" ??
From Singapore, Singapore
You need not be very touchy. You have sought early release and they are agreeing to it. The processing of resignation involves crossing various levels in the organisation and it takes time. So you need not feel offended.
From India, Mumbai
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