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This all written is very good from the view point of the employee, but have you ever studied the attitude of the organisation towards the employee after resignation. In the current scienario, I feel HR departments works only to harrase the employee after resignation either by not giving proper relieving & final Clearances. Still most of the organisations does not take first step to call the employee back (evenif he was a brilliant performer) and if the employee shows interest to join back, he is again harrased by not giving proper perks.

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Asked by sanjay sharma, 03 Sep '07 04:42 pm
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Quite right. Most companies dont care to call the employee back and if they do make a counter offer it is always not in the right spirit. It is wise to stick to your decision to move ahead. However it is very necessary that you leave on the right note.
Answered by Saj Sierra, 03 Sep '07 05:46 pm

 
  
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In every organisation, however important we individually may be, none of us are really indispensable, however strongly we may feel about our capability and usefulnesss. The organisation always survives and moves on inspite of individual drop outs. That is the first point.
Secondly, when it comes to resignation, most of us, even when we are aware of the fact that we have got a new job and need to join a new company, keep it to ourself till the last moment and then simply give a fait-accompli to the organisation. So, in a way, we are also putting the organisation in a fix, where, they may not find the ideal person to replace you immediately to complete the work that we were on. That brings an antagonistic attitude from the organisation, which then may not co-operate with you in settling your account or clearance.
Why not we give the normal duration of notice requierd instead of foregoing the notice period salary, when we expect the organisation to give you a notice for a specified pe ...more
Answered by Omega, 03 Sep '07 04:50 pm

 
  
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