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Madhu.T.K
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You have commitment only with Company A. As per contract of employment you are expected to serve only 15 days' notice. That will satisfy the legal requirements also. As I said earlier, if the company B is not willing to relieve you, it should be taken as a positive side of your candidature and not a negative side.
From India, Kannur
Anonymousauthenticator
One More Update

I spoke with Hiring Manager of the new Company C. I also forwarded the entire email chain from Company A where it has my formal resignation and also Company A agreeing the notice period is of 15 days and I submitted resignation of April 16th but also stated LWD is pending from Company B.

Fedex HR informed me that my BGV is cleared and I can join them directly now.

I asked that I dont have a proper exit mail with LWD, she said that company agreed 15 days notice and I formally resigned on April 16th. So it wont be an issue for the new Company C.

Hence I will be joining Company C on May 6th.

Now my next fight will be regarding Relieving Letter and FnF.

I will keep posting on next developements.

From India, Kolkata
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