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R N Bhattacharyya (Retired Engineer)     07 September 2010

Notice Period to leave a company

Sir,

Any organisation is having either side notice submission Period to quit the Job. What is the maximun & minimum tenure of service required to serve the notice, or in other way , if one person works for 7 to 10 days only and no payment/financial benefit is taken by him/her ( in IT Sector as programmer ), does it required to give the organisation a NOTICE to quit the job ?

Anxious Father.



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 6 Replies

Raju Ramparag Gupta (Advocate)     07 September 2010

FIRST CHECK THE RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THAT COMPANY.

TRY TO CONTACT THE H.R PEOPLE OF THE COMPANY WHO CAN GIVE A CLEAR PICTURE.

IN THE COMPANY'S RULES AND REGULATIONS IT IS ALEADY WRITTEN THAT WHAT IS THE NOTICE PERIOD FOR EMPLOYEES WHO ARE ON PROBATION PERIOD AND FOR PERMANENT EMPLOYEES.

GOOD LUCK

anuj (lawyer)     07 September 2010

In order to find out the notice period one will have to check all the terms and conditions mentioned in the appointment letter issued by the company. the appointment letter includes the notice period. the notice period certainly depends upon company's policy. 

rakesh (advocate)     09 September 2010

yes , 30 days notice is required b4 leaving the job under shops and establishment Act.

Vinod Phulchand Pawar (Lawyer/Advocate)     09 October 2010

Sir:

Either of side Notice period should be 30 days for permanant employees.  If employee is on probation or trainee, its depends upon the Company's rules and regulations.

Deepti Deshmukh (Sr. Officer Legal)     14 December 2011

Dear All, notice period depends upon the policy of the company. in some companies the notice period is 1 month to 2 months. it is upon the meployee when he want to resign. if u serve the resignationletter less than the require notice period the employee has to forfeit the remaining days salary.

Kumar Doab (FIN)     14 December 2011

Learned experts/members have given valuable advice. Kindly follow it.

It shall be appropriate to take up the matter with line management/HR and obtain waiver of notice period. Employee should avoid absconding from employer. Employee should also be reasonable to employer and give fair chance and reasonable notice.

Employee in today’s environment needs to have exceptional negotiation, persuasion, persistence, reasoning skills. In today’s business environment employers chase absconding employees.


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