shiba-prasad-bhattacharjee
Hi,

This is regarding resignation on FEB2022 my mother survived a stroke and she is now paralysed and for the medical expenses I have taken advance salary from my company and now I want to resign from the company as my mother need utmost care to recover and I don't have any one at my home to take care of herself therefore I required a suggestion that how can I resigned

Regards

From India, Samaguri
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Dinesh Divekar
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Dear Shiba Prasad Bhattarcharjee,

What has happened with your mother is unfortunate. I wish her a speedy recovery.

Whatever may be the reasons, the terms and conditions of separation specified in the appointment letter must be adhered to. Therefore, return the salary advance, submit a letter of resignation, complete the notice period and leave the company without hassles.

As you need to tend to your mother, if you are unable to work, then you may apply for Leave Without Pay (LWP). However, there is no guarantee that the company authorities will approve it. It is just a matter of taking chance.

The setbacks in life are common. Everyone faces some or other setback. However, never ever think of abandoning employment. It could aggravate the problems further.

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore
rkn61
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Our senior member Mr. Dinesh contributed - which is sufficient enough to answer to your query.
However, in your post, you have not mentioned your length of service in your current company.

If you have put in service for a long time with your company, please try to have a dialogue with your Manager as well as HR head and after informing them, try to meet your Chief executive and explain the position. Who knows whether can they waive off the notice period, as a very special case,
on compassionate grounds.

From India, Aizawl

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