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Dear Sir/Madam, I deputed to work at an IT company as a contractor. My notice period mentioned by the employer in the offer agreement is 15 days. Last week I spoke to the client manager on the phone and submitted my resignation in an email to my employer who has given me an offer.
Now, my employer is not accepting my resignation and asking me to show a proof of email resignation that I submitted to the client and warning me that they will show as Ďabscondedí if not submitted. My employer is not responding to my emails. As only 5 days left on the job, Kindly look into this matter and help me in this regard.

From India, Hyderabad
You need to personally visit your employer and clarify the position. In case it is not possible, send a self explanatory letter with the proofs .
From India, Mumbai
Thank you for taking time in answering the query. Could you please clarify to whom should I submit my formal resignation? To the client or to my employer from where I have received the offer? As I didnít communicate to the client in written form, will they consider me as an absconder once my notice is over. Please clarify.
Thanks you,

From India, Hyderabad
You have to address it to the employer and endorse a copy to the dealing official of the client.
From India, Mumbai
Dear Mr. Kumar,
You need to submit your resignation to your employer, who has given you the appointment or other wise if had any special clause in your appointment letter.
At best, you can make CC to the client to make an request to put someone in your place as you are leaving the job, take the acknowledgement in your copy. In true sense, consent of client is not a material to the subject of your resignation. Without any special clause in terms of your appointment, the threatening of your employer is useless.

From India, Mumbai
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