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If employee has resigned and date mention in resignation {relieve me on or before / as per company policy).
You canít do any legal case on the guy.
You can call to employee, please come and settle your account from HR department / account.
You can not issue the absconding letter to resigned employee specially that case.

Hi Mr. Tanuj,

Please let me know what time stipulate time about this case.
Tx & regards
Manoj Kumar

From India, Delhi
dear grham,
once employees resigned and which has been recived by the company, the normal method is accepting his resignation qouting terms and conditions of the appointment in acceptance letter and advice him to return company assetes if any. further settling his account any due from employee company can initiate legal proceedure.
rgds
Athmarama Shetty


One of my friends resigned from an indian company and asked the HR to relieve him in 2 weeks so that he could join an overseas company which was pressurizing him to join in 2 weeks. He was ready to buy out the two month notice period as company policy had such an option. However the company HR did not give him the opportunity to buy out the notice period. He sent out a letter by registered post to HR asking them to relieve him within 2 weeks and stating that he did not have any dues. He also requested the HR to complete the final formalities . Before he left he made sure with sincerity that another resource has taken over the work he was doing and that there was no disruption of work. His salary was put on hold as soon as he sent out the resignation letter. He gave back the official items to the concerned deparment and left the organisation after 2 weeks. One week after he left the HR sent a termination letter with absconding as the reason for termination. Now the company would not give him the experience letter, last month salary and gratuity. Can he get the experience letter? Does he have a legal recourse against the comapany?
From India, Madras
The company cannot hold a single pie of the employee who has worked and then left or resigned or absconded without informing.
If the employee holds any property which was entrusted to him by company for performing his duties and the same is acknowledged by the employee then company can file a case of Breach of Trust.
ganesh

From India, Coimbatore
Dear All

The company cannot hold a single pie of the employee who has worked and then left or resigned or absconded without informing or without notice period

If the employee holds any property which was entrusted to him by company for performing his duties and the same is acknowledged by the employee then company can file a case of Breach of Trust. ganesh
more at https://www.citehr.com/98674-abscond...#ixzz0n38sbwPO

From India, Coimbatore
Hi Frendz
All have good input to the subject but what about absconding without notice period and with official belonging.Even after several talks employee is not coming to settle up.
What should be the phase wise actions both legal and non-legal.
regards
tarun samantray

From India, Lucknow
Hi,
You have been correctly advised not to waste your time and energy on an absconding employee. Dont worry whether he has handed over charge or not. In case he has gone away taking important documents or doing any such act like signing any contract on behalf of the company which he was not authorised to do etc, you may proceed against him by writing a letter and also lodging a complaint. However, if it is a simple case of his leaving the compnay and not showing his face just allow him the go.
Cyril

From India, Nagpur
If a employee absconding from the services without intimation and he is custodian of various duties and responsiblities and doucments etc., how to write legeal notice to him
From India, Hyderabad
Dear Sir I was worining in a society for the last two years as General manager with the salary of Rs. 45,000/- p.m. I had regined from my post four months back and left the organisation after one month after submitting all my responsibilities but still my employer is not paying my full and final settlement. What is the treatment in Law to recover the Full and Final payment from my employer. RegardsDear Sir I was worining in a society for the last two years as General manager with the salary of Rs. 45,000/- p.m. I had regined from my post four months back and left the organisation after one month after submitting all my responsibilities but still my employer is not paying my full and final settlement. What is the treatment in Law to recover the Full and Final payment from my employer. Regards

Hi all,
I have resigned to my previous company 3 months back. Actual notice period for the company is 1 month. Manager forced me to do 2 months. I accepted and did 2 months. After 2 months he requested to work one more month due to process requirement I understood and extended. Later he asked me to take resignation back. But I didn't accepted. In the last month of my notice period I have handed over the process to new candidate came for my replacement. I have given KT also. In the last month process is handled by new guy. But now whatever the issues happened in the last month the manager is trying to keep all issues on me. Now he is threatening me as I will abscond you. There is no official mail communication is happened. Kindly suggest me what to do.

From India, Jubilee Hills

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