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  • 01-11-2012, 12:47 AM
    Boss

    Re: Should an employee pay money to the organization to get the relieving or experience letter?

    No leader features a right to demand any cash for obtaining a relieving letter. they can't demand that. it's higher you meet the
    hour in person and make a case for the necessity and urgency for obtaining a similar. If the least bit they're not supplying you with will approach the labour
    officer in your space and provides a written compliant. thenceforth you'll visit labour court or maybe the civil court to sue your
    company for not giving the letter and conjointly for damages for the loss caused to you for a similar.

    Your statement shows you're less temperament holder,why you're thinking that to adopt expertise certificate by method of providing unaccounted money?remember for your next happy use for brand new achievement you raise the leader to issue expertise letter on the idea of your past performance of the corporate.

    i believe if you are doing application consequently. they're going to issue relieving/experience/skilled certificate mirthfully,it will enhance your temperament and also the method of service
  • 06-10-2012, 07:49 PM
    G.one

    Re: Should an employee pay money to the organization to get the relieving or experience letter?

    No, An employee should not pay money to the organization to get the relieving or experience letter. It's totally an unethical and illegal practice from the part of the company. If you have served the proper notice period, then no need to pay an extra amount.You must talk with the HR manager in this regard. If he doesn't assist then move forward to higher authorities of the company in order to get relieving or experience letter. Now need to send an legal notice to the company for giving a last warning to issue the experience or relieving letter. At last, Register an complaint in the labour court against the company and on the order of court, company need to issue the experience or reliving letter with immediate effect with an amount of compensation.
  • 05-10-2012, 06:24 PM
    shivam

    Re: Should an employee pay money to the organization to get the relieving or experience letter?

    There are certain rules and procedure need to be follow in order to receive your experience letter while leaving company. As you have mentioned that you have followed 2 months of notice period as per your company policy, and now you have the full right and authority to have your experience letter and due salary from the company. I recommend you to please contact your HR manager for the same issue and discuss about it. If he/she fails to solve the issue, then immediately try to contact higher authority in your company, else directly reach the CEO of the company, which is difficult step to be taken and proceed with. But never never never give up, try and fight till last.
  • 05-10-2012, 04:11 PM
    sanju0770

    Re: Should an employee pay money to the organization to get the relieving or experience letter?

    Dear..

    It is an unhealthy practice to not to give the experience letter even after serving the notice period. If you have served the notice period also then its your right that you should get the experience letter. First of all it is advisable to go to your direct boss that means whom you were reporting and politely tell him that you need your letter as it is necessary to get that letter to join the next company. I am sure he will help you if your relations were good with your boss then he will help you otherwise go to the next step and talk to the HR manager. Tell him the necessity and ask him to help if he denies then its better to go to the Manager and tell him that if you will not get it you are gonna file a case against the company. Give him 2-3 days time to act and if nothing happens then its better to take help of the legal means.

    By this you will get your letter and you can also ask money for the mental and financial trouble that you faced because of this.

    Hope it will help you

    Cheers...!!!
  • 04-10-2012, 10:28 PM
    ealp

    Re: Should an employee pay money to the organization to get the relieving or experience letter?

    An employer can never demand money for issuing relieving letter.So as you shifted to new company it is to draw relieving certificate from the existing company and to submit it to new company to keep solid yourself to the new company.
    Under this odd situation you can ask/write to manager H/R for the relieving certificate,otherwise you go to complai in labour court to get the justice and not to lose at new company where you have joined.

    Thank you,
  • 04-10-2012, 09:03 PM
    Chittaranjan

    Re: Should an employee pay money to the organization to get the relieving or experience letter?

    No employee should give any kind of money to receive relieving letter from the previous company.if you did not get relieving letter in time you must submit application by written to H/R manager to issue relieving letter as soon as possible otherwise I am to bear a great loss from the new company.
    your previous company never demand extra money to issue relieveing letter.If the company delay to issue relieving letter you can go for labour court for compensation.

    thank you,
  • 03-10-2012, 04:01 PM
    VonsVishakha

    Re: Should an employee pay money to the organization to get the relieving or experience letter?

    The employer can ask for compensation only in case you have breached the bond and have not served the notice period. In any other case, you are not bound to pay to get your experince letter. Take help of your HR to resolve the issue and show them a copy of the bond you have. In case things dont work out even after that, you can take help of Labour court and can write to them.

    All the best
  • 03-10-2012, 08:42 AM
    vijaybanna

    Re: Should an employee pay money to the organization to get the relieving or experience letter?


    Dear Friend

    Any employer in the industry has no right to demand money for the relieving letter after you have completed the notice period given by the company..

    AS you want to leave and also you have completed the compulsory period to get the Experience and if they demand money for that is not legal ..


    You should talk to the concerned HR for this matter..he will surely help..

    If your problem is not solved yet then you can go to the labour court for the matter and file a case against the company..

    BEST OF LUCK

  • 03-10-2012, 04:16 AM
    Param

    Re: Should an employee pay money to the organization to get the relieving or experience letter?

    Dear Friend!

    Its totally illegal if any company's HR/senior staff ask to pay amount to get reliving or experience letter. You must contact company's head or senior HR of that company to discus regarding this and take actions against that staff who ask for this. Company don't to have right for this. If all the company's senior staff ask to pay for this, please give a written compliant and submit to concern department.
  • 02-10-2012, 09:07 PM
    gangadhar

    Re: Should an employee pay money to the organization to get the relieving or experience letter?

    Hello , It depends on your terms and conditions at the time of your joining in the company.

    If there is Agreement between you and the Company for ore than 2 years then you must work at there ,Otherwise

    follow the rules and Regulations of the company as described at the time your joining in the company.

    If you found there is no mistake from your side go and meet your management they will suggest you for this problem.
  • 02-10-2012, 08:17 PM
    Ashok

    Re: Should an employee pay money to the organization to get the relieving or experience letter?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I have taken resignation from this company and have served notice period. They said me to collect the relieving letter after one month. When I went there they are asking me to pay extra to get the relieving letter. Is this healthy professional practice? Why should I pay money to the company where I served for 2 years? Please suggest how to get my relieving or experience letter from this company?
    Dear Friend,

    It is very bad to hear such thing.You must meet the manager HR & report the matter.If he is not helping you,meet the head of your previous company.Even if you are getting success,make a record of sending your registered letter to head of the company in demand of the same with acknowledgment.Mention in your request letter to send your desired letter within the time given by you "otherwise I will have no option except to take the legal advise & to proceed accordingly.

    I don't think they will want the matter to be taken to court because you have fufilled the terms & conditions of getting your relieving order as per the norms of the company.In this case you will get your matter settled.

    So try your level best.

    Thanks & good luck.

  • 02-10-2012, 06:47 PM
    Chittaranjan

    Re: Should an employee pay money to the organization to get the relieving or experience letter?

    Your statement shows you are less personality holder,why you think to adopt experience certificate by way of offering unaccounted money?remember for your next happy use for new recruitment you ask the employer to issue experience letter on the basis of your past performance of the company.

    I think if you do application accordingly. They will issue relieving/experience/skilled certificate happily,it will enhance your personality and the way of servic
  • 02-10-2012, 05:56 PM
    Labournet Law Consultancy

    Re: Should an employee pay money to the organization to get the relieving or experience letter?

    No employer has a right to demand any money for getting a relieving letter. They cannot demand that. It is better you meet the

    HR personally and explain the need and urgency for getting the same. If at all they are not giving you can approach the labour

    officer in your area and give a written compliant. Thereafter you can go to labour court or even the civil court to sue your

    company for not giving the letter and also for damages for the loss caused to you for the same.
  • 01-10-2012, 01:31 PM
    Unregistered

    Should an employee pay money to the organization to get the relieving or experience letter?

    I have taken resignation from this company and have served notice period. They said me to collect the relieving letter after one month. When I went there they are asking me to pay extra to get the relieving letter. Is this healthy professional practice? Why should I pay money to the company where I served for 2 years? Please suggest how to get my relieving or experience letter from this company?

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