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Hi,
i am working for Events & Sports management company.
i am having a query regarding Relieving letter.
As per my knowledge Relieving letter is very important for the employees who quits the company. BUT
1. i would like to know how it is helpful to the Employee who is quitting the company?
2. how it is important for Company who issue the Relieving letter?
3. do you think Relieving letter has to issued? is it a mandatory?
4. if yes, why?
5. if company dont issue the Relieving letter any problem arose?
i would really appreciate it if i get answers for my query.
Cheers,
Shilpa.

Dear All,
Its important that when a person quit releving letter to be issued and the same has to be gone to his /her personal file. In future sometimes the problem exist. So be clear form our part better issue releving letter.
Thnk u
cheers
lakshmi

Dear Shilpa,
I will not execute any joining formality of a person without relieving letter as the security of my organization is at stake. who knows a person might be working in two organization. It is quite possible that info will pass on.
Mahiti

Dear Mahiti,
i would appreciate it if you can answer all my question in detail so that the same i can show it to my company as a proof that whatever i am telling is the same as others do.
cheers,
shilpa.

Dear Shilpa,
If empolyee is joining without relieving letter,the employee can work one week or upto training period especially from competitors firm and chances of going back to previous company to continue his job.
Regards,
Radhika.

Hi, i am M Sharma, had put my resignation from company on 19.12.08 with a notice period of 20 days. but the Senior Mgt tolds me, you don't need to give any notice period. your resignation has been accepted w.e.f same date.

but they hadn't realsed my salary for the same month and it's more than 3 months spent no releving letter issued by them.

what legal action i can take against my previos employer to take the relieving letter.

For your ease wriitng down the statement given in letter.

"You will be on probation for a period of one year and your confirmation will depend upon the satisfactory performanceduring this period.your services may be terminated without giving any notice and assigning reason during the probation period.On confirmation, your services may be terminated with advance notice of three months, in case you intend to leave the compnay, you will have to give the company a notice of three months. in case failure to give such notice you shall be liable to pay the compnay three months salary in lieu of notice period. if the notice period is shorter than the three month notice period, the same will be deducted from the three -month period and the salary has to be paid by you for the residual period of the notice period".

am i falling i above situation or i have the right to take action so i can get my reliving letter.

Regards

And what if one has a Resignation Acceptance Letter from HR,
But Relieving letter is said to be issued after few days
To put it simply:
Can a person join another organisation on the basis of Resignation Acceptance Letter

Hi
today i gave resignation to my comapny..but they didnt accept..as per my offer letter in probation period my notice period will be one month and as per to my knowledge im still not confirmed, but today wen i went to him ,my boss told to me you are a confirmed employee and you will have to pay a notice period of 3months..i have got a good offer and thats why i want to resign..but that company wont wait for 3 months..they have told me that they need only the copy of rsignation letter. but if i wont get relieving letter will it create problem in future

It is nice to know that the reason given for issuing Relieving letter is :
  • "who knows a person might be working in two organization. It is quite possible that info will pass on."
and;
  • "If empolyee is joining without relieving letter,the employee can work one week or upto training period especially from competitors firm and chances of going back to previous company to continue his job."
Now, the question that arises is:
If an employee is so dear to his previous company (or vice versa) what prevents him from re-joining his previous employer again ??
So, if the purpose of Relieving Letter is just to prevent such a situation; how does it perform this function ??
Warm regards.

Hi Every One I Am New To This Site , Right Now I Am In Big Confusion My Query Is " I Have Total 2.3 Year Of IT Experience And I Have Been Working With My Current Company For Last 7 Month And This Company They Have 60 Days Notice Period , Recently I Have Got An Opportunity With An Company But They Are Asking Immediate Joining And I Have Completed Around 40 Days Notice Period Over Here But The Issue Is That They Are Not Relieving Me Before 60 Day So If I Left This Company Without Relieving Letter Will It Create Any Trouble In Future?? Any Help Will Be Appreciate " Thanks.
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