I mailed my resignation during the probation period and it is clearly mentioned in the appointment letter that I need to serve two weeks' notice if I resign during probation and two months after the probation period. Can my employer take any legal action against me If I say I cannot serve more than two weeks?
From India, Surat
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Since you are still on probation and is ready to serve the notice period of two weeks there is no legal action that can be taken by the employer in this regard. Yet ,the question is not the legal action that the employer can take, but what it has been doing all along. Is there any basis for your apprehension?
From India, Mumbai

Dear Friend,
Terms of employment are governed by the employment agreement i.e. your appointment letter. Whatever the terms and conditions for separation are mentioned in appointment are to be binding on both employer & employee. if you are under probation and need to serve two weeks notice. Your terms of engagement are meet & there is no default on your part. No action can be initiated.

From India, Gurgaon

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