Bengaluru | 29 Apr, 2022 (7 months, 1 week ago)

Employment and Labour Laws

Breaking notice period of 90 days and paying in lieu of it

Hi, I work for an MNC (IT), which has 90 days notice period. I have resigned a month ago. I requested for an early release and mentioned my willingness to pay for the 2 months which I will not be able to server as per agreement commitment. HR has rejected my request, nor accpeted the buy out. Now, if I stop going to office from 31st day of notice, and join the new employer on 40th day of notice, will the current employer charge me for dual employment? -My current employer has mentioned in the seperation policy that I will not be getting my relieving letter if I stopped attending work without authorisation. Can they hold the relieveing letter? -Also its mentioend that the Service certificate will contain remarks pertaining to the circumstances of the employee's exit. -Will this impact my background check? -HR is not responding to any of my email. i want to prove to the new employer that Im not associated with the current employer anymore. if I do not serve the complete notice period they wouldn't furnish the relieving letter. what should i do in this case?
Answers
30 Apr, 2022 | 12:27

You may contact us.

THANKS & REGARDS,
Komal Tyagi Advocate
LL.M.- Criminal Law

Founder- Justice In You
support@justiceinyou.com
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29 Apr, 2022 | 23:20

Please reach me at 9794148274 for consultation


29 Apr, 2022 | 20:04

Dear client
As per your submission it reveals that this is a matter of relieving letter and notice period
However
Show me copy of offer or appointment letter and give me details information about the matter then we will discuss your case
You can call me for advise on
9359867870


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