You have signed an employment agreement, which is a legally binding contract between you and the company. You have agreed to these terms. Therefore, should you leave early and not make a payment, the company is within its rights to pursue legal actions to recover the money you agreed to pay under the contract.confusedpuppy wrote:What are the implications if i dont agree to pay that much amount before leaving ??
About the only place that seems to care about "relieving letters" is India. I've not seen them in Singapore. Why do you need one?confusedpuppy wrote:You mentioned that they can take any action. Can they legally go up to that extent that they 1) they will not give me my relieving letter
2) or they may not pay me last month salary ie., salary for the month of notice period etc. ??
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