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I stopped working from next week..as I send them my resignation letter someday ago. That I will not work from next week. I will not serve the notice period,I want spot resign.
Now they are sending me reminder
mail.Report to work......!!report back to work immediately or else this will lead to disciplinary action against you...
Forcing me like this.

need some suggestions

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Usually, in situations like this, leverage your rapport that you might have with the senior authority or someone who knows your work in a positive manner.

Reason with them regarding the emergency, or more which might cause you to leave.

A simple oratorical rearrangement of words can work wonders, and they can leave you on a good note.

Also, please look at the contract carefully because employee belligerency sometimes irks the HR to go Draconian.

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Better to buck up and close the case as they wish, mate. It is too risky to do otherwise.

You should always leave company in good terms and it is your responsibility to do work as they are paying and no company accepts spot resignation as they may require you for KT to transfer your work. Try your best to get early release but never be stub born saying that you will not work. Just accept it and let it go. Otherwise it will be as a remark in relieving letter which can cause future issues like other companies may not accept you going forward. This will be a hard hit for you on future unless you go for doing business.

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Is there even a policy or any rule in your company that employee can walk out without serving notice period? If yes, then you can leverage that!

Else industry wide rule is that
Not Serving Notice period is not in hands of employee I guess!
You can request to shorten it or spot resign whatever. But if your project team and company HR is not aligned , they are bound to make you serve notice period!

Only Solution is discussion. It gets shortened in most cases or relaxed. But complete waive off I don’t think so

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@infy2 well, he can't not be bothered about it because he still needs a relieving letter from TCS. Besides, companies conduct BGC where the check with prior companies about the candidates they're about to hire. Any negative review from prior employer could possibly haunt for a long time. So it's always wise to have a clean exit.

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This is childish behavior, just because you got good offer from other organization you ditch the current one.
You are very well aware of notice period when joining organization or attending interview outside that your notice period is 90 days.

I don't understand why your are trying to fight?
don't be greedy, exit the organization in a professional way.

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Yes 90 days notice sucks but after joining u r stuck with it, better try to complete else tcs is a big player animosity will destroy u only

I don't think you get to decide whether to serve notice or not.
Speak to your RM/PM/HR and complete the buyout formalities (also at the company's discretion) or serve the notice and continue requesting for early release without jeopardizing your future prospects at the current org or next (BGV can possibly have negative remarks with next employer)
With all due respect, this is Childish.

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I can only suggest you, if are really really facing some issue manager side, below are steps need to follow early release without any impact.


1. Go to any mbbs doctor and explain all anxiety problem and mentally disturbed issue, they can be suggest you to rest 20 days min.
2. Take a medical bills and request prescription

Send mail to Hr and manager with doctor advice documents,

Simple solution.

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Thank you.

I want to know the end of story! Please keep posting about your notice period exp. 😅

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Sure😅..pray for me..🙏

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Be careful since this can screw up your relieving letter. Either find an amicable solution or serve out your notice period. Your future employees do call for reference/verification and acting out like this can hurt you.

And yes, buyout is at the discretion of the employer and not the employee. Legally, you're obligated to serve out your notice period unless both the parties can agree to early release. Both the parties and not just you.

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Why don't you give them some medical reasons. Or anything critical. It will help you to step out smoothly.

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Haan..wo bhoot complicated ho jayega at the end of the day... isliye kuch solid reason dekr niklo...or notice period serve kro..

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Safer option would be to serve the notice period. Is there any reason why you don't want to serve the notice period. It would be best to discuss with the your current manager and HR and see what m which is the solution that works best for you. Buyout would be possible only if the company agrees to it. So the best option would be to wrap it up amicably.

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Just remember IT world is small and round , baaki tho aap samajdhaar ho hi

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If you don't bother about relieving letter then ignore the threats else Strive for a graceful exit

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Thank you

No-one in india (an individual or an organisation) can bound you to work against your will. This is against the fundamental rights as well as labour protection laws.

The company holds their right to recover the finances and do their due diligence. But they can not make you work or report against your will.

However, I would suggest you to talk through this and handle professionally. It's always better to leave at good terms.

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There is no such line manager will decide things...or I have to stay 1month...no there is nothing in that policy.

No offense but be a professional and serve notice period.

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U cannot resign and stop working by just sending mail. This will impact ur work till date done with organization

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How's it going OP?

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Payout is an option subject to management approval. You cannot choose it on your own. If you decide to walk away anyway then you won't receive your experience and relieving letters from the company. Which basically means your experience in the company won't be counted

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But they're not sharing the exact wordings of the contract, so dunno

You need to sue them, these notice periods are not legally binding. Find a solution or send them a notice.

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I think try to serve notice n graceful exit is best option

Following you as I'm on same boat

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Well said

Safer way is to serve the notice period buddy in the reliving letter they may mention some thing bad that may be not good for ur carrier

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You need to serve notice period unless you have emergency and can produce proof

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