Company demanding salary while i resign in probation period Company demanding salary while i resign in probation period

Hi Team, i have joined an organisation on 8th September and decided to quit the job on 15th as i am not finding the work suitable and got a better opportunity outside. Upon discussion with company owner, They are asking me to serve 1 months notice period or pay a months salary but i have only been working for a week and under training period. Can someone please advise how should i proceed further?

Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Responded 2 months ago

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A.Dear Sir,
If you do not want relieving letter then you need not bother about their demands otherwise you have to satisfy their demand.
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