I haven't served 35 days from 60 days of my notice period and returned the laptop to the company what will be the last working day of mine that will be reflected in UAN portal? Or what will be last working day of mine in cognizant as my id is still working I returned the laptop 2 days back only
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The last working day will be the day your resignation and you are relieved from service. Though you have returned laptop, you would still continue to be on the rolls till you are finally relieved.
From India, Mumbai
Ya i know but i just want know that i have stopped working from 30th September and my hr has not contacted me so what will be my last working day as i resigned on 9th sept and my last working day was 5th nov bt as i mailed them i will not be able to work from 30th sept due to some reasons so whats the last working day they will give me?
From India, Mohali

Hello Muskaan-Mahendru,
Handing over of Company material--in your case the laptop--is different from the Relieving Date calculations [which syncs with the LWD of the employee].
What would the concerned Manager do IF the employee informs very clearly that he/she would not be able to work from such-and-such date? Run after you? There may be some HR persons who may do that but don't expect all to do it.

Suggest be realistic & practical--you ought to have had discussed & arrived @ a mutually agreeable LWD between you, your Manager & HR. That would have even preempted this issue in the first place.
If indeed there was a discussion & your Manager and/or HR didn't agree with your request for 30 Sept as the LWD, then you ought to have followed the Rules & served till 5 Nov.
Further, pl remember that it's YOU who needs the Experience Docs for your career records--and quite possibly to be submitted to your next Employer too.

I would suggest that you call your HR or your Manager & resolve the issue amicably.
In the present day hiring scenario, most HR will treat resignations in a totally way--I know of cases where the resigned employees were cajoled with counter offers, etc. But at the same time, they wouldn't like to be taken for granted.

All the Best.

From India, Hyderabad
Ya thanks but i will join the other organization as a fresher so i dont need any experience and i need to join there by 6th October its a great offer and i have no option to left my previous employer as they are not giving me early release
From India, Mohali

The issue here is of LWD.or an exit date to be put inEPF portal?
If its about exit date.Then no worries it is the obligation of the principal employer.In case of disputes on this there are others ways too to resolve the exit date issue with epf.
Now as an employee, I would always say that every employee should know that he should know the company policy regarding how one is given clearance from the company. Usually companies issue a relieving letter or a clearance certificate mention Last date of working, last salary drawn, dues cleared and asset returned and many other remarks, which is a documentary proof.
Advice - Go by the policy of company and get relieved on good notes.

From India, Vadodara

hey what date you got in epf Portal??
From India, Mumbai

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