Following are the exact words from the joining letter document.
"In the event of resignation, termination of employment by either party, it will be by giving one month notice in writting to the other or basic salary in lieu thereof, except on dismissal, discharge or termination for misconduct, for which the Management is the only judge. In such case you will not be entitled to any such notice or basic salary thereof. On your failure to give one month's notice in writing, the management will deduct an amount equivalent to the thirty days wages from the amount which may become payable to you subject to the provisions of Payment of Wages Act and rules thereunder.
If you will tender resignation the same will not come into force unless it is accepted by the management in writing. In the absence of acceptance of your resignation by the management, you will not be entitled to any dues. "
This is pretty confusing to me. I have few questions on it.
My notice period is of one month. Usually you can also leave immediately after your resignation, in that case you will have to pay one month salary to the employer. Does above paragraph state the same rule?
Here is how our management works. If I resign right now, then my notice period won't start from today, the management has to accept my resignation and then my notice period will start. One of my colleague got his resignation accepted (by our 'BOSS') after 15 days after his resignation mail. He had to serve for next 30 days. So total notice period was 45 days! What can be done in such case.
Any help especially from the experienced people will abe appreciated. Thanks in advance..