I am leaving a company within 6 months of joining for several reasons but main being they highly misrepresented my role/work in the company and all the work they have is far below my level. Perhaps they did not plan it and their business did not grow as fast as they wanted. However, they are very unapologetic about it. (Still paying me very high salary though!)
I knew this is hurting their business and my career. So I decided to resign gracefully and help us both. I am required to give one month notice and I did that based on timing for my next job. I clearly mentioned my preferred last date in my resignation email which was close to a month.
Now this company has asked me leave in 2 weeks instead of 4. I would have accepted even that if they would have requested me that nicely. What I am mad about is that they are trying to frame it as if I requested an earlier date and they are being kind enough to grant me that. (From an out of context conversation with my manager where I just verbally mentioned that "I just thought it is better to leave sooner than later"). I tried to discuss this with my HR and my manager (both face-to-face and on email) on how can they do this but the discussion is not going anywhere and already getting uncomfortable for me to handle. They are still insisting that it is as per my verbal request (which I never made.)
I have always left my employers (3 total till now) in a very good note . But with this company, this incident plus the initial misleading they did during my job interview, is tempting me to not go quietly. I have three options from my point of view.
Do nothing and accept their last date. (I actually do not mind 2 weeks break but I am more mad about the attitude!)
Demand and fight for the last date only after serving full 1 month. (Do not want to do this because even if I win this fight, it will be very uncomfortable 2 weeks in office.)
After I move out completely, send a note to my manager's manager (who is in a different continent altogether and I only met him once for few minutes) and list out all these events in detail. I am just not sure that once I am out, is it worth to fight this battle or not. I am not expecting any financial compensation for this. I just want to tell that they have handled this very unprofessionally.
I also know once I send that email full of complaints after I leave, I do not know where it will be forwarded and there is a risk to my own professional reputation.
How do you think I should handle this situation?