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PRABHAT RANJAN MOHANTY
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PRABHAT RANJAN MOHANTYIn a good gesture, you should go with the new letter for a smooth exit as because you are still in job. In other case one should not accept or endorse the new letter, if already relived from the services.
From India, Mumbai
Thanks for your reply, the question is not around good gesture but more about the legal side of things, is a termination letter legally binding or it can be changed without employees consent
From United Kingdom, Poplar
as mentioned earlier that notice period is 3 months, and you have requested to reduce/shorten it
now the 21 march and 31 march is just a fraction of days, and it may has taken place by discussion with upper management, above HR
However, the employee can go to challenge the change, but in that case the reduction of notice period may get lapsed, with some adverse effects on release,
so our advice is to go smooth and take release on new stipulated date.