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It's been a week I joined a new company, I would like to abscond the company and join other company because of some reasons. I don't want the experience letter from the company as I'm not going to show that anywhere. So, will it affect me anyway if I leave the company without notice period?

I haven't registered in NASSCOM when I joined but company apparently is listed.

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  • Does the company have a concept of notice period or some kind of bond? If yes, and if you've signed on 'em, then you'd face legal issues. – Dawny33 Dec 4 '15 at 5:55
  • What country is this in? – Dan Neely Dec 4 '15 at 6:03
  • Look at your offer letter. There would be an exit clause and a probation clause in there. Follow accordingly. – watercooler Dec 4 '15 at 7:11
  • @DanNeely India – kat Dec 4 '15 at 8:28
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    @Dawny33 there is no bond, but notice period is mentioned, but I can't serve notice period as I need to join other company – kat Dec 4 '15 at 8:30
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Note: This might be applicable only in India.

So, as you are saying that you don't have a bond which you are severing, you can simply walk up to the HR, and let them know of your problem and that you cannot serve the notice period.

One of the following might happen:

  • Some understand, and will let you go
  • Some would ask you to pay a fine (which would be roughly the length of the notice period you're missing, in salary)
  • If the offer letter have a notice period on it, and you are not respecting it; then they have an option of suing you. So, do go through the offer letter properly, and have a casual talk with your HR regarding the company policy about it. (Some companies are strict about that, and some aren't)

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