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I am working in a central govt office presently and got a job offer from a central autonomous body with a higher grade pay. 

Due to my personal problems I asked for a delayed release from my employer I. E., after 3 months. The new employer is telling that within 1.5 months I should join. I told them that I will join subject to release. 

 

Now upon showing the release order from my office, can the autonomous body reject the date and force me to join earlier as they demanded? Or they are bound to accept the date of release from my present government employer? 

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The employment depends on many factors such as urgency and importance of that key post in administration.  Employer is not bound by demands by employees and can mandate for a time frame and due date for reporting.  The two options left to the employee is either to get relieved by convincing present employer or beg the new employer for more time explaining the difficulties.

 

The employee has to pray for permitting for reporting at a particular date to future employer, with such confirmation letter received from his present employer.  The final decision is left to the future employer.

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