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Offline Kalpesh

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A legal advise
« on: December 28, 2015, 07:12:35 AM »
I joined one of the Company which deal providing Software to doctors of United States to maintain their patient records and filing claims to Insurance. I was into a department which helps the doctors/staff to use the software effectively as it was our product.

I have worked in that department just for 2 months. I left that company as the work atmosphere was not good. Employees are working for a shift of 9 hours and 30 minutes. They also ask employees to provide support to customers on weekends after completion of 4 months.

That company has filed a civil suit against me as I have left that company without informing anyone. I have just signed my appointment letter before leaving the company.

The company has just 1 point again me is that; I have not served the notice period of 30 days and per them it was a big business loss to them which is totally a crap as no one can become a useful knowledge asset to company within 2 month’s time.

Could you see if they are legally right or not? Am I breaking any law by not serving the mentioned notice period? If, you can provide me some reference of any legal book which I can refer to prove my innocence will be great help.
 
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Re: A legal advise
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2016, 10:20:45 PM »

The company has just 1 point again me is that; I have not served the notice period of 30 days and per them it was a big business loss to them which is totally a crap as no one can become a useful knowledge asset to company within 2 month’s time.

Could you see if they are legally right or not? Am I breaking any law by not serving the mentioned notice period? If, you can provide me some reference of any legal book which I can refer to prove my innocence will be great help.
 
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If the company mentioned 1 month's notice period in their appointment and you have agreed to serve that, then legally you are liable to serve that. In case you don't, the maximum they can ask an amount equivalent to one month's notice pay. They cannot ask for anything more even if they have actually suffered due to your leaving.

Since you have been served a notice, it is advisable that you CONTACT A LAWYER AND GIVE A LEGAL REPLY WITHOUT DELAY.
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Re: A legal advise
« Reply #2 on: May 02, 2016, 03:08:19 AM »
Contact a lawyer and give a legal reply without delay.

 

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