I am working with a corporate MNC. And now I have got a job in a different city at a good package. I have resigned from the current company and serving my notice period.
The notice period policy of my company is 3 months.
But I want to take early release. It will be 2 months and 1 week of the period which I want to serve and rest of time I want to get shortened by giving up my earned leaves. But my company hr is not allowing me to get released saying that it all depends upon my manager and function head and I have dependencies in my work because of which I can't get release even if I am giving up all my earned leaves. I have to join in my future company and if I ask their to extend my joining date then I will miss my training period.
Can anybody help me regarding what are the legal actions I can take or clarify with my hr on legal terms regarding the notice period?
I am working with this company since 1 year 11 months.
My bond period was of 1 year which is already over.
I have a copy of the letter/mail of resignation.it is also mentioned with my date of resignation and hr has replied back in the mail chain with the notice period. Also I have asked for my early release within the same mail chain.
My designation is of a software engineer in junior level as per record. I am assuming that all the tasks assigned to me on the date which I want my release will be finished and other people are also available to take charge of my work.
I am currently working in odisha and my next job is in Bangalore. It's a software company and a commercial establishment. No,I am not a member of employees/trade unions. My last drawn salary was in last month in april.
Yes I did mention my notice period to the new company and I also said in how many days I can join based upon my earned leaves available, as they wanted me to join a bit early. No my next employer won't absorb me without my resignation and relieving letter. These are all the answers to the queries asked above.I want to know what I can do in legal terms to deal with my current company and what are my rights?