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Resign from mnc notice period 3 months

Querist : Anonymous (Querist) 16 June 2018 This query is : Resolved 
Dear experts,
I have resign from my Job.As per the company notice period 3 month but i want to serve only 1 month and for 2 month i am ready to pay.But now Hr is compel me to serve 3 month notice.

As per my offer letter this is mention:
Your appointment has been done after an extensive process for an important position which requires
your skills and experience. This appointment may come to an end at the instance of either party by giving
the other a notice in writing for three months. Your relieving from the services of the Company would be
contingent upon successful serving of the full and complete notice period. Failing to do so would entitle the
Company to recover damages for all losses caused due to any shortfall in serving of the full and complete
notice period. The Company in addition to its rights to recover damages will not furnish a relieving letter in
case of shortfall in the notice period unless such shortfall has been signed off by the appropriate person in
the Company. In exceptional situations the Company reserves the right to waive off notice period at its sole
discretion.

and as per the company policy employee can pay for the short notice period and this is the sole discretion of company


kindly guide me what i can do in this situation. I am not able to serve 3 month notice period due to some family reasons.
Guest (Expert) 16 June 2018
Better discuss this with Seniors of your office in a humble manner with pleadings and sort it out amicably in your favour.
Kumar Doab (Expert) 16 June 2018
Pls post with your ID and not as AQ and you can get many replies.
Your ID does not mean your email id or phone number and don’t post these also.

Kumar Doab (Expert) 16 June 2018
While posting such queries employee should post basic information!
What is this establishment; Govt, private, Commercial, Industrial?
What is its nature of business say; IT, ITeS?
How many persons are employed in it?
What is your designation and nature of duties?
How many persons report to you?
Do you have any power to sanction leave/increment/appoint/terminate/appraise etc etc ?
You are in which state? Since how many months you are working? Are you under probation period or your service is confirmed in writing?

Do standing orders (model/certified) apply to establishment and your designation?
What is notice period as per appointment letter/offer letter and what was notice period tendered by you?
Was ever any stinker, memo, show cause notice on any misconduct issued to you?
Does the establishment have its appraisal system? Do you have copy of signed appraisal forms, matrix, KRA’s, performance date? How was your performance?
Are you a member of employee’s/trade unions?
Has the establishment issued/supplied, offer letter, appointment letter, salary slips of all months, PF number and a/c slips of all years, ESIC card, correct FnF statement, Form 16 as per correct FnF statement, acknowledgment and acceptance of notice of resignation/final resignation, acknowledgment of handover of charge, NOC/NDC……………?
Have you discussed the dictum of HR personnel with Line Managers and good offices of appointing authority/MD/CEO etc and sought relief?
You may revert to relevant points.
Name of company etc is not required so don’t post names etc .


Ms.Usha Kapoor (Expert) 17 June 2018
I agree with KumarDoab.
Ms.Usha Kapoor (Expert) 18 June 2018
I agree with Kumar Doab
Ms.Usha Kapoor (Expert) 18 June 2018
I agree with Kumar Doab.
Guest (Expert) 18 June 2018
Absolutely vague post by one fake expert and agreement on the same by another one, particularly when she does not know even ABC of the service laws.

You would be justified to ask about justification of asking for such a huge personal and company information, when the question is some solution, based on the terms of appointment that you have already reproduced.

The only solution, as per the terms of your appointment is to request the management for waiver of the notice period. NO OTHER CHANCE, EVEN IF YOU SUPPLY THE HUGE PERSONAL INFORMATION AND COMPANY INFORMATION FOR MISUSE BY ANY UNSCRUPULOUS ELEMENT OF DOUBTFUL INTEGRITY.
Guest (Expert) 18 June 2018
Absolutely vague post by one fake expert and agreement on the same by another one, particularly when she does not know even ABC of the service laws.

You would be justified to ask about justification of asking for such a huge personal and company information, when the question is some solution, based on the terms of appointment that you have already reproduced.

The only solution, as per the terms of your appointment is to request the management for waiver of the notice period. NO OTHER CHANCE, EVEN IF YOU SUPPLY THE HUGE PERSONAL INFORMATION AND COMPANY INFORMATION FOR MISUSE BY ANY UNSCRUPULOUS ELEMENT OF DOUBTFUL INTEGRITY.
Guest (Expert) 18 June 2018
Absolutely vague post by one fake expert and agreement on the same by another one, particularly when she does not know even ABC of the service laws.

You would be justified to ask about justification of asking for such a huge personal and company information, when the question is some solution, based on the terms of appointment that you have already reproduced.

The only solution, as per the terms of your appointment is to request the management for waiver of the notice period. NO OTHER CHANCE, EVEN IF YOU SUPPLY THE HUGE PERSONAL INFORMATION AND COMPANY INFORMATION FOR MISUSE BY ANY UNSCRUPULOUS ELEMENT OF DOUBTFUL INTEGRITY.
Guest (Expert) 18 June 2018
Absolutely vague post by one fake expert and agreement on the same by another one, particularly when she does not know even ABC of the service laws.

You would be justified to ask about justification of asking for such a huge personal and company information, when the question is some solution, based on the terms of appointment that you have already reproduced.

The only solution, as per the terms of your appointment is to request the management for waiver of the notice period. NO OTHER CHANCE, EVEN IF YOU SUPPLY THE HUGE PERSONAL INFORMATION AND COMPANY INFORMATION FOR MISUSE BY ANY UNSCRUPULOUS ELEMENT OF DOUBTFUL INTEGRITY.
Guest (Expert) 18 June 2018
Absolutely vague post by one fake expert and agreement on the same by another one, particularly when she does not know even ABC of the service laws.

You would be justified to ask about justification of asking for such a huge personal and company information, when the question is some solution, based on the terms of appointment that you have already reproduced.

The only solution, as per the terms of your appointment is to request the management for waiver of the notice period. NO OTHER CHANCE, EVEN IF YOU SUPPLY THE HUGE PERSONAL INFORMATION AND COMPANY INFORMATION FOR MISUSE BY ANY UNSCRUPULOUS ELEMENT OF DOUBTFUL INTEGRITY.
Guest (Expert) 18 June 2018
Absolutely vague post by one fake expert and agreement on the same by another one, particularly when she does not know even ABC of the service laws.

You would be justified to ask about justification of asking for such a huge personal and company information, when the question is some solution, based on the terms of appointment that you have already reproduced.

The only solution, as per the terms of your appointment is to request the management for waiver of the notice period. NO OTHER CHANCE, EVEN IF YOU SUPPLY THE HUGE PERSONAL INFORMATION AND COMPANY INFORMATION FOR MISUSE BY ANY UNSCRUPULOUS ELEMENT OF DOUBTFUL INTEGRITY.


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