My Payroll Company HR Has Not Replied To My Resignation Mail

Added: Mar 03, 2018 UTC
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I am working as contract in a Software Company under payroll of other company. On 31 July 2014, I sent a resignation mail to HR of my payroll company(Consulting Firm) and mentioned my last day of working as 30 Aug 2014, giving 30 days notice as per the company polices.  I still haven't received any acceptance mail from my payroll company, but I need to submit at least my resignation mail to my next employer. Please suggest what I need to do now as already 12 days was over in my notice period.  


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Paramjit Sodhi
Paramjit Sodhi Dec 19, 2018 UTC
Change is the law of nature. Every individuàl has a right to seek career growth. While doing so it needs to be kept in mind that while leaving services of the present employer one abides by the terms and conditions of employment as mentioned in the appointment letter. In the instant case the serving of noticè period is a very wise step. Now it is to be seen as to what the employee has to do in the event of non acceptance or the employer evading response. In any casè the employee will be well within his rights too leave on expiry of the notice period. However, it would be advisable to send a reminder after a fortnight of submitting the noticè. Another point to be considered is to understand the difference between submission of noticè and submission of resignation. Noticè does not end up in automatic cessation of employee-employer's relationship. Resignation causes the termination of such a relationship. One has to be careful in wording the notice. The noticè communication should specifically state 'that on expiry of the notice period my services with the organisation will automatically cease and I shall stand relieved of my DUTIES in case no written communication is received about the acceptance of my notice for resignation.'

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Kajal Thakur
Kajal Thakur Aug 12, 2014 UTC
No Need for acceptance for your next company Joining. Give them mail proof of your resignation. If employer is not giving accepting letter to any one, they can join the next company with documented proof of resignation. This is for avoiding duel employment.
Ganesh Aug 12, 2014 UTC
But my payroll company is in Bangalore and I am working at Client location in Chennai.I need to join in a new company on 1 September 2014.Unable to go directly to my payroll company now.Daily I am calling them for acceptance mail,they are telling we need to discuss with client like that.Now already 12 days are over ,still they are telling the same.But not sending the acceptance mail.Please suggest how to get the acceptance mail from them.
Kajal Thakur
Kajal Thakur Aug 12, 2014 UTC
Hi, First of all, you should give the written and personally resignation to your employer, after that you can ask for the acceptance from the employer. Secondly for joining purpose in new company you can give the the mail's copy of your resignation. Regards Kajal

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