my company not issuing relieving letter and experience letter

hello sir i working in an infrastructure ltd company i gave my resignation letter to my company.they told me to work the notice period i did it now my gm said he is not ready to give relieving letter and experience letter. i got a job in a new company but they will ready to give appointment letter when i submit my relieving & experience letter. what should i do now and my gm is also not available now in went to other project. he is the gm for two projects

satishkumar.1987, posted on April 10, 2013 at 11:52 pm    Company (work place)

Nishta Gupta said April 16, 2013 at 07:33 pm

Dear Satish,

As per norms, you should get the offer letter from the new company before joining them.

The relieving letter and experience letter is handed over to you on the last working day after your resignation letter has been accepted. The "notice period" is as per company policy that every employee has to serve and in some exceptional cases can be waived off by mutual consent.

The problem that you have is that your resignation is not getting accepted by your current organisation. You should check your offer letter and that would clearly state your notice period. If your manager does not waive it off, then you will have to fully serve the notice period. The organisation is bound by the rules as stated in the offer letter to you.

I would also suggest that you check with your colleagues and HR on the policies and history of the company on such issues. Thank you!

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