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sai-kumar1
Hi all, I got a job with a good package. I worked for one month complete later in the second month due to my health issue I have resigned, Doctor suggested taking complete rest due to piles. I informed the manager and HR they not accept to take leave so I resigned from my position they asked to serve notice period I told to them I'm unable to serve notice period they said ok, and asked me to pay notice amount after that they relieved me from my position but I haven't paid amount after one month.

I have recovered from my health issue and called the manager and HR no one responded to me I tried to rejoin I pinged the manager and HR no one responded after that recovery team connected me to pay the amount to the company for not serving the notice period, Due to Doctors serious decision I lost my job, Now am facing a problem to get the job to whom should I contact to get my job back in the same company and am ready to pay recovery amount also it's my dream company if they give my job back. It is the 5th-month NEED HR suggestions, please.

From India, Visakhapatnam
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Madhu.T.K
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Vmlakshminarayanan
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Sayaniazeem
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KK!HR
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Madhu.T.K
4193

Once you have been relieved from a company, the legal relationship would cease to exist. Therefore, rejoining will not happen automatically. You don't have any right to demand that you should be allowed to rejoin. However, if the company is ready to take you, then you can rejoin but on the new terms and conditions that the company will let you know. If the HR is not responding, then you have to wait or you can call on him directly by going to the office and discuss the matter. Don't think that he will revert with a positive reply because the supply of human resource is very elastic that they will get enough manpower and they don't want to wait for an employee who has left the company by his will.
From India, Kannur
vmlakshminarayanan
919

Hi,

You need to knock the doors of your ex-employer. whether to open or not is their discretion. You may communicate to them that now you are medically to fit to join, supported with a Doctor certificate.

From India, Madras
sayaniazeem
If an employee rejoins the company is it advisable to generate a new employee code for him or continue with the same old one. Thanks Azeem Sayani
From India, Mumbai
KK!HR
1530

Allowing the employee to continue with earlier Employee Code would tantamount to continuity in service. If it is re-appointment, then for all intents and purposes it has to be fresh appointment and so a new Employee Code has to be there. Hence, with clarity of purpose this issue has to be resolved.
From India, Mumbai
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