Anonymous
Organization's notice period policy is 3 months. Employee submitted proper resignation over company tool and also over email and clearly calling out that will serve for 1.5 months and also offered to pay compensation in writing for not serving the full notice period of 3months .

The employee worked for 1.5 months and before leaving initiated formal communication informing about his last working day .

Supervisor did not accept resignation however has responded that employee needs to serve full three months .
Since the employee stopped coming after 1.5 months from the date the employee initiated the resignation request the supervisor initiated a disciplinary notice stating absence.

Eventually, the organization terminated the candidate's employment contract on disciplinary grounds ( due to absence ) and also slapped the employee with a demanding notice period pay.

The employee is at a loss on all fronts. Reliving letter shared with employee says termination and reason is absence, the employee is also is being asked to compensate the notice period pay for remaining 1.5 months

Is the organization acting in the right spirit?

Can the candidate take a legal recourse?

From India, Kolkata

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