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    What is the course of action for the resignation letter from the employee who has left the organization 8 months before without any notice?

    I am working as an HR manager in a Ambico software company. This company develops software for wholesale dealers. One of our employees left the organization without any intimation 8 months before. Recently I received a resignation letter from him as his present company is asking for experience letter from previous company. What should we do in this case? Should we give him the experience letter or should we charge him for this?

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    Re: What is the course of action for the resignation letter from the employee who has left the organization 8 months before without any notice?

    Hi Friend,
    It is solely on your company's discretion to provide him experience letter on not.
    While he left the company without notice you should have sent him legal absconding letter.
    Once the employee is absconding he will not get experience letter.

    If you have already sent the absconding letter then now no actions are required. You do not need to provide experience letter now.

    But if that time you have not taken any actions then it is completely on your company's decision to go about it adhering to your internal policies.

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    Re: What is the course of action for the resignation letter from the employee who has left the organization 8 months before without any notice?

    Hi. You certainly shouldnt let this employee get away with what he has done by breaking the rules of the company and do punish him so that he will learn his lesson and dont repeat this in future.

    You should call him to your place and tell him to give monetary compensation for not serving the notice period in advance and breaking the rules and that only after he pays you, he will get his experience letter.

    Such employees certainly deserve to be taught a lesson. Best of luck. Thanks

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    Re: What is the course of action for the resignation letter from the employee who has left the organization 8 months before without any notice?

    In many companies, most of the employees marks absconding and leave the company without and proper resignation procedure.When they return to their original company for experience letter most of the companies charges fine. I recommend you to please charge him according as per the company policy and provide him with his experience letter. After he will be charged, he will never repeat this activity with any other company and will the respect the companies policies and follow them accordingly.

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    Re: What is the course of action for the resignation letter from the employee who has left the organization 8 months before without any notice?

    [FONT=Times New Roman][/FONT]Dear Aspirant,

    Itdepends upon the terms & conditions of the appointment with your company.Ifhe is in bond period & has violated the terms & conditions of theappointment with your company,you must ask him to remit the amount of money asper the terms & conditions of the appointment otherwise better accept hisresignation & send him the experience letter.

    Thanks.

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    Smile Re: What is the course of action for the resignation letter from the employee who has left the organization 8 months before without any notice?

    Hi,


    Just check whether the employee has broken the bond period or he ahs left the company after the bond period .

    If he has broken the bond , then ask him to pay the penalty amount as said in the agreement

    If not think its ok to issue the experience certificate

    Time has gone beyond limits . Company should issued legal notice immediately .

    No use in demanding money from the employee as its not a market to bargain .

    This is a professional sector so its better to issue the exp cert considering the employee career



    Thanks @@@

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    Re: What is the course of action for the resignation letter from the employee who has left the organization 8 months before without any notice?

    You should not give him the experience letter or accept his resignation letter.
    As per the rules of your company or any company employeees are required to resign and inform their company before leaving the company.
    But in this case he has not follwed the rules of the company
    He should be treated as absconding Case
    If he again approaches you tell him that he should have resigned properly at the time of leaving the company.
    Resignation has no value if given after 8 months of leaving the company.

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    Re: What is the course of action for the resignation letter from the employee who has left the organization 8 months before without any notice?

    Dear, asker check wheather the employee had been appointed with bond or if he is apponited on bond and had disobey the agreement the company has rigth to ask for the payment for the year in which he does not work. But if he is comleted his bond period then company has to leave him. In the case of disobey bond the company can refuse to give him experience certificate.But in the case if he had completed then the company can issue him experience certificate. Every employee has to inform the company before leaving the jobs.

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    Re: What is the course of action for the resignation letter from the employee who has left the organization 8 months before without any notice?

    It is entirely on your company's discretion to produce him expertise letter on not.
    whereas he left the corporate swiftly you ought to have sent him legal absconding letter.
    Once the worker is absconding he won't get expertise letter.
    If you've got already sent the absconding letter then currently no actions are needed. you are doing not ought to give expertise letter currently.


    However if that point you've got not taken any actions then it's fully on your company's call to travel concerning it adhering to your internal policies.

    You actually shouldn't let this worker escape with what he has done by breaking the foundations of the corporate and do penalize him so he can learn his lesson and dont repeat this in future.
    you ought to decision him to your home and tell him to provide financial compensation for not serving the notice amount before and breaking the foundations which solely when he pays you, he can get his expertise letter.
    Such workers actually need to be tutored a lesson.
    In several firms, most of the workers marks absconding and leave the corporate while not and correct resignation procedure.When they come back to their original company for expertise letter most of the businesses charges fine. i like to recommend you to please charge him according as per the corporate policy and supply him together with his expertise letter. when he are charged, he can ne'er repeat this activity with the other company and can the respect the businesses policies and follow them consequently.


    You should not provide him the expertise letter or settle for his resignation letter.
    As per the foundations of your company or any company workers are needed to resign and inform their company before feat the corporate.
    however during this case he has not followed the foundations of the corporate
    He ought to be treated as absconding Case
    If he once more approaches you tell him that he ought to have resigned properly at the time of feat the corporate.
    Resignation has no worth if given when eight months of feat the corporate.

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