Boss2966
Industrial Relations
Ramesh1984
Software Engineer
+2 Others

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I have worked with a MNC for 1 year and now i am on notice period.It is for 2 months, i served one month notice period ,and i need to work on my startup company . I didnt go to the office from past three days and i am a critical resource for them . Please let me know if i get any legal problems.I didnt answer their phone calls also. Please help
From India , Hyderabad
Boss
Serving notice period is mandatory as the appointment letter is a contract between the employer and employee. All the terms and conditions must have been accepted by you at the time of joining, by signing on the duplicate appointment letter, which will be in your personnel file maintained by HR. My suggestion is to either convince your HR guys in relieving you by waiving off the notice period or you may waive the notice period by paying the one month salary. It is also not good to abandon the employment as it will affect all the future background checks that may be carried out by your prospective employers, which you may take up in future.

From India , Hyderabad
Dear Mr. Ramesh
Immediately talk to your Old HR Department and try to buy back your notice period. Ask them to deduct the salary for the one month period or pay a draft/cheque for the remaining notice period. Do the proper handing over to your successor who is going to take over your responsibility. Go friendly and explain about your position to your line manager and to HR manager. Surely they will understand and help you out.
All the best

From India, Kumbakonam
Dear Even if you see your appointment letter that either party will serve the notice period. you simply contact to HR guys , and tell him that i am ready to pay the notice period. regds PKT
From India, Bareilly
Dear Even if you see your appointment letter that either party will serve the notice period. you simply contact to HR guys , and tell him that i am ready to pay the notice period. regds PKT
From India, Bareilly
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