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Who will give NOC during lien ?

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  • #70180
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      If any one in lien and wants to apply or join in some other post, then who will give a ‘no objection certificate’ to him? previous employer (from where in lien) or the present employer or both?

      #80895
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      Spectator

        I think, you will have to take NOC from both. Your Previous employer gave you NOC to join the present post (second). Now if you wants to join another post (third), you must intimate your previous employer and take NOC from him. If he is not ready to give you such permission, you will have to resign from your previous post before you join another post. Now your second employer let you join on the basis of the Release Order/NOC from your previous employer. If he is not ready to allow you to join another post and does not give you NOC, you will have to resign from this post also. Ultimately, if you comes back to join your first post, you need Release Order/NOC from your second employer, not from third one. So this is very comlicated process.
        You, therefore, first decide to which post you want to come back (first or second) in case you dont want to continue with the third post in future/ Then resign from one to which you dont want to come back and take NOC from the other to join your third post on lien.

        #80898
        unknown
        Spectator

          Thank you, your reply is very clear. I think during application process I have to take NOC from both. Previous employer already agreed to give NOC. But present employer says, as I am not a permanent employee till now (as I am in lien) he cant give NOC, I don’t need NOC from here, I have to take it from previous employer. He is confused.
          From your reply I realize, I have to convince him.
          Is there any GO?

          #80899
          unknown
          Spectator

            @manasp74 Please concentrate on the last two lines of my previous post. Before joining to your third employer, you have to choose one of your previous employers to whom you want to come back in future for any reason and resign from another. By any means, you cannot take leave on lien from two employers at the same time.

            #80905
            unknown
            Spectator

              I can’t get lien from two place. I have to resign from one before joining the third – that’s a basic rule and I know that. I can’t hold 3 post at a time.
              But, at the time of application, I don’t know whether I will be called for interview/test and then whether I will be selected for joining the third post.
              At that point of time, to maintain “apply through proper channel”, who should give the NOC ? 1st or 2nd employer or both ?
              Did you want to say I have to resign from one post before applying ?

              #80906
              unknown
              Spectator

                In that case, I think, you should produce NOC from both your employers. This is very complicated process. Actually you need NOC from your first employer. But suppose your leave on lien has come to an end and you have decided to resign from your first employer when the Final List of your third employment has been prepared and you have been selected. You need Release Order from your second employer then. Or if you decided to join back to your first employer by then, you need Release Order from your first employer to join the third post.
                This is why either you have to resign from one post before applying or acquire NOC from both the employer for applying to the third post.

                #80909
                unknown
                Spectator

                  That’s it. Now you realize my point.
                  1st employer already given NOC and the 2nd employer delaying, just in ambiguity of whether he have the authority to give NOC during probationary (lien) period.

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