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Vignesh E   30 January 2024

Notice period issue

I've worked in a company for four months(bpo), then I had to quit I informed my manager, TL and HR too. They were like serve notice period or your name will be blacklisted from nasscom and you might get future employment troubles. I had my personal reasons to quit. Later I received a mail stating that in no call no show mentioned in it was to pay fnf settlement which I did not notice. later I receive mail saying I have to pay the company an amount of they will take legal actions. Firstly I did not sign any contract and I informed about my resignation, no one told me about the penalty. All they say is mail to the HR team. Yesterday I received a mail saying that if I don't pay they'll take legal action, my mental health is getting disturbed. I'm uncertain what to do will really appreciate if anyone helps.


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Dr. J C Vashista (Advocate )     30 January 2024

You have accepted terms and conditions of service, wherein it is clearly stated qua how you may resign. You are bound by the terms of appointment / resignation.

Revisit your appointment letter or show it to a local prudent lawyer for better appreciation of facts and professional advise. 

T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     30 January 2024

Actually on quitting the service, you should have followed the procedures by complying with the terms and conditions of employment offer letter.

If you were to serve three months notice period, you cannot refuse to obey.

However, you may inform the company your willingness to serve three months notice period or compensate in lieu of it.

You may await their action for recovery, if any 

tolerantbasketball   21 May 2024

  1. Review Your Employment Documents:

    • Check any documents you signed when you started the job. Look for terms related to notice periods, resignation procedures, and penalties.
    • If you truly did not sign any contract or agreement regarding these matters, this could work in your favor.
  2. Document All Communications:

    • Keep a record of all emails, messages, and any other communications with your manager, team leader (TL), and HR regarding your resignation. snow rider
    • This documentation can serve as evidence that you informed them of your resignation.
  3. Understand the Notice Period Requirement:

    • While you mentioned that you did inform your manager, TL, and HR about your resignation, it’s crucial to understand if there were any formal procedures you missed, such as submitting a formal resignation letter or completing an exit form.
    • If your company policy or contract specified a notice period, determine how long that period was and whether you complied with it.

SANKARPRASAD (MNGR)     24 May 2024

A person Applied leave in notice period. But he didn't have enough leaves ( Earned Leaves) with him. Company deducted his salary for the period he was applied leave.

Question is : Person Not attended to duties and didn't get any payment( But he is in service and not releived from duties) . Employee didn't raise any question on this. 

But HR said that there is a lapse in  No. of working days according to notice period. So he has to work more days to compensate or to pay money.

Pl. suggest.

Warm Regards

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