Last post June 15, 2009 14:15 PM by rkuppili. 1 repiles.
If you have adhered to the notice period clause, as mentioned in your terms of appointment, the company can not hold back your full & final settlement. However, you may convince the management that you shall complete the necessary handover as and when the new employee is appointed in your place by spending few hours during weekends or as and when you find it suitable.
Ultimately, it should be a mutual win for you and the organization while parting ways.
If you have completed your notice period, then practically no organization can hold you back because you are relieved from your job resonsibilities.
However, when signing the resignation acceptance or the relieving letter, your immediate manager must have agreed upon a work load that would be completed before you leave. So if you have not finished that, then it is not fair that you just leave from the point where you are.
Think again...would you like someone to be in the same place where you started in the organization. So be a role model and even if you join your next organization, convince the management that you will still be a part of the KT and spend some extra hours for your past organization.
this will definitely build up the relation with your organization and prove to be beneficial in later stages of your career! And regarding the account settlement, that has to be happen anyways....so why end up on a bad note:)
Here you are being a thorough professional!
hope this helps...