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I have given my resignation in my company on 08/11/17 and want to be relieved on or before 08/12/17. In my appointment letter, it is clearly mentioned that I have to serve a notice period of 3 months or pay the basic salary for 3 months and can get the relieving letter.
But my HR is forcing me to stay for 3 months from acceptance of resignation. Still my HoD has not accepted, but HR manager has accepted my resignation and given in writing you have to serve 3 month notice period otherwise company will take action. I have already given a request in writing to kindly deduct my salary to pay the basic salary amount. I want to stop going to office after 12/12/17.
Will it be illegal or is there any other way to come out from this situation? Can I file a case against the employer?
From my side, I resigned through email sent to my boss and HR manager. My boss has replied as not accepted- within 1 months 3 time happening.
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Dear Jawale23,
This is a slightly tricky situation you are stuck in. Unfortunately though, such circumstances are becoming common in the corporate world- unprofessional as they might be.
You will find that our website citehr.com has several threads wherein people have discussed similar problems and their possible solutions and outcomes. Some of them are
# https://www.citehr.com/463277-what-d...-accepted.html
# https://www.citehr.com/467115-curren...od-buyout.html
# https://www.citehr.com/456509-employ...al-notice.html
You could surf through these and run additional searches on the site to get answers.
Best regards,
Citelegal
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