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    Company is asking me to pay the amount inspite of serving the notice period

    I got a better offer in a different company and I served my notice letter for relieving in my current company for 30 days, But the Admin team is not accepting to relieve me and they are asking me to extend 60 days else to pay amount of 10,000/-.

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    Re: Company is asking me to pay the amount inspite of serving the notice period

    Since you have served the notice period for 30 day and if the term and conditions of your appointment permits it the administration team has to accept and relieve you and they cannot ask for compensation.

    But at first you have to make sure that the terms and conditions of your appointment permits you.

    In some company they execute a bond for which an employee cannot abandon the work with out giving 90 days notice period and if you go without such period you have to pay some amount of compensation.

    So you have to make sure in your case there is no such bond.
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    Re: Company is asking me to pay the amount inspite of serving the notice period

    Hi buddy

    I think your Admin team is certainly unjustified in not relieving you inspite of you serving the proper notice period as according to the rules and regulations of your company..Firstly you again re-check the company's rules that whether you have served the complete notice period or not..If you have tell your Admin team that you have completed all the formalities and want your experience and relieving letter soon..They cant stall your experience letter like this..And you dont have to pay any fine as you have completed all the formalities..

    Tell them that you have got a better future opportunity in another company and thus want to avail the same..For that you require your experience leter and you want it soon..Tell thedm that they if vthey blackmail you, you are going to file a complaint against them..

    I am sure they will realise their fault and give you your due..Good luck friend

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    Re: Company is asking me to pay the amount inspite of serving the notice period

    Hi, It will be better if you check your organization rules and policies..If it serves on your side, you can talk to your HR, and make your point valid..All the best

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    Re: Company is asking me to pay the amount inspite of serving the notice period

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I got a better offer in a different company and I served my notice letter for relieving in my current company for 30 days, But the Admin team is not accepting to relieve me and they are asking me to extend 60 days else to pay amount of 10,000/-.

    Dear Aspirant,

    See the terms & conditions of the appointment letter are made to be followed by both the employees & employers.If any one ignore it,the matter can be sued in the court & the concerned party will definately be defeated.

    The notice period is from one to three months.You have to see your terms & conditions of the appointment letter in order to know the exact period of notice.Accordingly proceed further.

    The purpose of the notice period is to give time by the employees to the employer to settle the financial accounts related to the concerned out going employee & to recruit any new one in place of the same.If it is given by the employer to the employee,the purpose meets to search another job as early as possible.

    If the employer is not following the terms & conditions of the appointment order,you can send a pleader notice to the head of the management,but before that you must give a written representation to the head of the management & request to accept your resignation.

    Hope you will be relieved off peacefully.

    Thanks.

    Ashok

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    Re: Company is asking me to pay the amount inspite of serving the notice period

    hello friends..

    1)before joining into company check rules and conditions for the company.

    2)as per company rules no notice period only money you have to pay the money

    3)if it is mentioned like only notice period

    4)you have to give one month to three months notice periods

    5)go and contact HR manager tell to him as company the company rules serve the notice period not money

    6)he will give a solution for your problem

    best of luck


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    Re: Company is asking me to pay the amount inspite of serving the notice period

    hello dear sir-You should not pay any reimbursement to company in exchange of experience letter.Generally to serving any notice to HR is maximum 30 days so you have done.Be alert that you should having any recipes or proof of serving notice to company.there is no such any rule to brake your experience letter like this.I suggess you that dont to pay any cost in place of exchange.If you have completed all the formalities then Tell them that you have got a better future opportunity in another company and thus want to leave current job .If your hr is not accepting this then visit to boss and explain all queries which you have faced. best of luck

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