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    After serving 3 months’ notice period company is still asking me to pay the extra amount

    I was working for this company from past 3 years. Recently I got an opportunity in a good company and I resigned myself here. I have served 3 months’ notice period. But still the company is asking me too pay extra on the basis that I am leaving the project in the middle. They have already appointed one employee in my place and I have given him full training. What should I do in this case?

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    Re: After serving 3 months’ notice period company is still asking me to pay the extra amount

    Dear Aspirant,

    Cogratulation for getting good job.When you have followed the terms & conditions of your services to in order to resign from the service,the company should not ask for extra money to accept your resignation.
    In this case,you can try to convince the manager HR.If he does not agree,take the matter to head of the company.Even,if you don't get success,you can send a pleader notice to your ex-employer provided you have proof of giving three months notice with regard to your resignation & ful-fill the sevice terms & conditions.Otherwise you will not get success in getting your resignation accepted & lastly you will have to pay the demanded money to the conmpany.

    So see the matter seriously & proceed accordingly.

    Thanks & good luck.

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    Re: After serving 3 months’ notice period company is still asking me to pay the extra amount

    Hi i think if you have served the complete notice period then you are surely not liable to pay any compensation.

    You should try to talk to your manager or boss directly and tell them that you have served your full notice period and are not liable to any monetary compensation according to the rules and policies of the company and that you also have given full training to the employee they have appointed in your place.


    If they dont agree then you contact the HR dept or other higher authorities and tell them everything. They will surely listen to you and solve your problem. Best of luck . Thanks

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    Post Re: After serving 3 months’ notice period company is still asking me to pay the extra amount

    ~~ HI ~~


    ~~ Check it out ~~

    ~_~ The employer should leave the employee once he/she met the notice period ~_~


    ~_~ If they did not do so then you can have a formal complaint over them ~_~


    ~_~ The first thing you need to have is the proof for it ~_~


    ~_~ Send a complaint copy to your HR so that they will get alert ~_~


    ~_~ Then pass it to the appropriate place to take action ~_~




    ~~ Thank you ~~

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    Re: After serving 3 months’ notice period company is still asking me to pay the extra amount

    Dear Friend

    First of all congratulation for getting another job...

    Yes you are right at your point ..you do not have to pay the extra amount if you done the resignation following the whole procedure..and also giving the application three months before..

    You should talk about this to the concerned HR that you have completed all your formalities to resign then why the company is asking for the extra money in name of leaving the project in between..


    Also you can complain about it and bring it in notice of the higher authorities of the company..

    ALL THE BEST

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    Re: After serving 3 months’ notice period company is still asking me to pay the extra amount

    Now,you have got the new opportunity new company to show your expertise/skill newly for to get best result from your activities very soon.you have served 3 months notice to the existing company,and for your project company has recruited a new one employee,whom you are giving training as you are going to leave the company as per 3 months notice servied by you.

    Now company is offering you extra money,for your service, dedication to the existing company again the training you are providing to new employee for doing work in place of you is charming, so i think extra money is due by virtue of service you render,so opt the offer.

    Thank you,

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    Re: After serving 3 months’ notice period company is still asking me to pay the extra amount


    • The company have no right to ask for the compensation amount, even after serving the three months notice period.
    • Since you have followed all the rules and regulations properly, don't pay any money.
    • You must talk to the HR manager of your company in this regard.
    • If he can't assist you, then talk with the management team of the company.
    • At last, send an legal notice to the company and register an case against the company in the labour court.
    • You must have the evidence that you have served the three months notice period.

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    Re: After serving 3 months’ notice period company is still asking me to pay the extra amount

    Hi , if you served your notice period in the company. then its a illegal call to pay amount to the company. you can talk to your senior manager as well as to all seniours .

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    Re: After serving 3 months’ notice period company is still asking me to pay the extra amount

    I would like to congratulate you for new job. As you mentioned that, you have completed all the formalities with proper terms and conditions as mentioned in the company policy, then you have the full right to have your resignation without paying any thing extra. I suggest you to please talk to your HR manager regarding this issue and get the clearance. If HR does not agree then please try to contact some higher authority in your company mentioning your problem and issue with complete detail. I hope they will surely listen you, if not, then there is no other option other than paying extra for resignation letter.

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    Re: After serving 3 months’ notice period company is still asking me to pay the extra amount

    Dear sir
    The company is offering you extra money,for your service, dedication to the existing company again the training you are providing to new employee for doing work in place of you is charming, so i think extra money is due by virtue of service you render,so opt the offer a illegal call to pay amount to the company. you can talk to your senior manager as well as to all seniours ..you have served 3 months notice to the existing company,and for your project company has recruited a new one employee,whom you are giving training as you are going to leave the company as per 3 months notice servied by you.

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    Re: After serving 3 months’ notice period company is still asking me to pay the extra amount

    it is good as you are trustworthy person in the company they offer you for extra amount on the eve of your leaving company,truly you served 3 months notice.company think your departure from company as an usual happening and you deserve the reward extra money.

    Company appointed new employee in place of you after receiving 3 months notice.again honestly you are helping to be a trained employee just like you hence it is clear it is due remuneration accept it gladly.

    Thank you,

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    Re: After serving 3 months’ notice period company is still asking me to pay the extra amount

    It is smart as you're trustworthy person within the company they provide you for additional quantity on the eve of your going away company,truly you served three months notice.company assume your departure from company as Associate in Nursing usual happening and you merit the reward more money.
    Company appointed new worker in situ of you once receiving three months notice.again honestly you're serving to to be a trained worker similar to you thence it's clear it's due remuneration settle for it fain.
    The company is giving you additional cash,for your service, dedication to the prevailing company once more the coaching you're providing to new worker for doing add place of you is charming, thus i believe more money is due by virtue of service you render,so prefer the supply a banned decision to pay quantity to the corporate. you'll be able to refer to your senior manager additionally on all seniors ..you have served three months notice to the prevailing company,and for your project company has recruited a brand new one worker,whom you're giving coaching as you're progressing to leave the corporate as per three months notice served by you.
    I would prefer to congratulate you for brand spanking new job. As you mentioned that, you have got completed all the formalities with correct terms and conditions as mentioned within the company policy, then you have got the total right to own your resignation while not paying any issue additional. I counsel you to please refer to your hour manager concerning this issue and obtain the clearance. If hour doesn't agree then please try and contact some higher authority in your company mentioning your drawback and issue with complete detail. I hope they're going to sure enough listen you, if not, then there's no alternative choice aside from paying additional for resignation letter.

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    Re: After serving 3 months’ notice period company is still asking me to pay the extra amount

    Hi,

    Check with the policies of your company, Go through your offer letter and see whether it is written there or not that if a employee leave a company in between the project he has to pay some extra amount in compensation of that. If it is written then you have to pay the amount as it is the rule and you have signed the offer letter you are abide y the rules.

    If it is not written anywhere then its better to go directly to the HR manager and to your boss immediately and tell them that you ave done your part well and expect the same from you. you have to tell them that if you guys do not leave me then i have to take strict action against you.


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    Re: After serving 3 months’ notice period company is still asking me to pay the extra amount

    Hi..I think that your company is certainly doing injustice to you and trying to take advantage..First of all you check the rules and policies of your company regarding the resignation- how much notice period you have to serve and whether you have to pay any amount if you leave a project in the middle..

    If there's nothing of such sort in your company policy and you have served the required notice period then i think that you are in the right and are not liable to pay any compensation.. You should take action in this matter..

    Firstly you go to your manager or HR and speak to him regarding this problem that you have carried out every formality in this regard and even have given training to the new employee so you are not liable to any fine.. I surely hope he will give you full justice and also warn him that if they take advantage of you you will sue them in a court of law..

    Good luck.. Thanks

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