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How to Resign from [Company]

Kumar kamalay
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Joined: May 06, 2012
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Hi Friends,

I am working with [Company] from last 4 years.. I came to U.S.A on leave. I was able to access access my emails till APR 30. From May 1 onwards i am unable to access my [company] email. Help desk support team told that my account is not in active. It is in salary suspended status.

Does it mean are they going to terminate?

Is there any way to resign from USA iteself? (Formal resign)

Please let us know.



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Henry Wong
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Sorry for changing this topic... but please read this ...

http://www.coderanch.com/t/31504/Jobs/careers/Guidelines-Job-Discussion


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Maneesh Godbole
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Welcome to the Ranch.

Kumar kamalay wrote:
Does it mean are they going to terminate?
Is there any way to resign from USA iteself? (Formal resign)


The best person to answer this question is your manager. I would suggest touching base with him before taking any drastic steps. For all you know, your company is undergoing a server maintenance and that could be the reason your account is currently not active.

As long as you have documented proof (i.e. email for e.g.), as far as I know, you can resign from anywhere. Again, it is always a good idea to have things clarified (like by talking to your manager) before taking any decision.

Best of luck!

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chris webster
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Sounds like things are not going well. Why don't you phone your boss?


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Henry Wong
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Kumar kamalay wrote:Help desk support team told that my account is not in active. It is in salary suspended status.

Does it mean are they going to terminate?


As others already mentioned, it is probably best to just ask... but we can have a bit of conversation regarding this.


IMO, if this is caused by vacation -- meaning you are on paid time off -- and your company suspends your salary (your words), then this could be bad. However, if you are taking unpaid time off (particularly for a long period), then this could just be part of the process. I can easily envision a company suspending resources (in addition to salary) for unpaid time off... kinda silly, as stopping and starting benefits is petty, but it could be possible.

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Deepak Bala
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I would be surprised if this happened out of the blue. If it did, the office must apologize to you for the inconvenience that it has caused. If not and they have a reason to suspend salary, the same must be provided to you. I have never heard of a company suspending salary before terminating someone. You are not even allowed to suspend salary during your notice period (on most humane contracts), so this sounds out of the ordinary.


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Joshua Mccartney
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Joined: Apr 25, 2012
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Well its possible but you said that you're on leave, maybe your company is undergoing a maintenance or your account is suspended. Ask yourself, why would they terminate you? Did you do something that they really don't like. Ask yourself and after that ask your boss. It's my advice.


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