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Dear Seniors,

Thanks for guidance every time you give .

Coming up here with another one :

Mentioned below is the mail received from one of the employee:

Dear Sir..

Please accept this letter as formal notification that I am resigning from my position as a ______] with [_______]. From today.

Thank you so much for the opportunity to work in this position for the past. Iíve greatly enjoyed and appreciated the opportunities Iíve had to. Iíve learned responsibilities, respect, all of which I will take with me throughout my career.

Please let me know if thereís anything else I can do to help during the transition.

I wish the company continued success, and I hope to stay in touch in the future.

Sincerely,
Thank you so much...

THERE ARE CERTAIN CLAUSE IN THE COMPANY'S APPOINTMENT LETTER WHICH ARE MENTIONED BELOW :

1) AS HE HAS NOT MENTIONED HIS / HER LAST DAY OF WORKING , DO I NEED TO MAKE IT CLEAR THROUGH MAIL TO HIM ? HERE WE HAVE 3 MONTHS OF NOTICE PERIOD , IF HE LIVES ON SPOT THEN 3 MONTHS SALARY HE HAS TO PAY TO ORGANISATION

2) WHAT MORE CLEARANCE & THINGS SHOULD I PREINFORM HIM IN ORDER TO MAKE THE PROCESS RUN SMOOTHLY

IS THERE ANYTHING MORE I NEED TO PUT FRONT TO EMPLOYEE

REQUEST ALL THE SENIOR AUTHORITIES GUIDE FOR SAME

From India, Pune
vmlakshminarayanan
922

Hi,

Call the employee and brief him about the separation process including 3 months notice and other requirements if any.

First find out what is plan of the employee with regard to notice. If he have plan of serving notice period then conclude the session formally. However if the employee is reluctant of serving notice period then explain him about the requirement of notice period and how it is important. If you have buyout option explain the employee about the same if he/she request for immediate relief. Just caution the employee about future BGV process and make him understand about the importance of notice period.

From India, Madras
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