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HR, Recruitment Expert - Answered on Sep 04, 2023

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Asked by Anonymous - Aug 21, 2023Hindi
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Company's notice period is 2 months, but in outside market nobody waits that long. Resign and then look out?? Tell lie that serving notice period??

Ans: Never tell a lie! You will get what you deserve!
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Hi sir I could not serve my 3 months notice period however I had served 2 months and asked HR to give me early reliving. I mentioned that my parents are not well and attached medical prescription but they denied and said you to serve complete 3 months. After 2 months I stopped going to office they were sending me absconding mails meanwhile and after 1month they sent me termination letter what shall I do In such case ? I was working there for 2 years.
Ans: I’m sorry to hear about your situation. When facing termination due to not serving the full notice period, it’s important to understand your rights and the potential legal implications. Here’s what you can consider doing:

Review Your Employment Contract: Check the terms regarding the notice period and termination. There might be provisions for situations like medical emergencies.
Legal Consultation: It may be beneficial to consult with a labor law attorney who can provide advice based on the specifics of your case and the applicable laws.
Documentation: Gather all relevant documentation, including the medical prescriptions you submitted, any communication from HR, and the termination letter.
Negotiation: You could attempt to negotiate with your employer, explaining the situation with your parents and seeking a compassionate resolution.
Labor Office: If negotiation fails, you may approach the local labor office or labor court for guidance and to explore options for redressal.
Understand Legal Precedents: Familiarize yourself with any legal precedents that may apply to your case. For instance, the Supreme Court has provided judgments on employment notice periods that might offer insights into your rights and obligations.
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Hi Sir, in my Company the notice period is 3 months and I got an offer from another Company but asking me to join in 1 month. My Company is not accepting waiver for the waiver for the Notice Period. In this scenario, what are the options available to me under the Employment laws.
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Negotiation: You can try to negotiate with your current employer for an early release. This could involve offering to train a replacement or demonstrating how your early departure won’t negatively impact the team.
Buyout Option: Some companies allow employees to buy out their notice period by paying a sum equivalent to the salary for the remaining notice period.
Mutual Consent: If both parties agree, the notice period can be waived or reduced. It’s worth having a discussion with your employer to see if this is a possibility.
Legal Advice: If negotiations fail, you may want to seek legal advice to understand if there are any specific clauses in your employment contract or company policies that could be leveraged in your favor.
Review Employment Contract: Check your employment contract for any clauses that might allow for a shorter notice period under certain circumstances.
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