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Q3 Technologies / Releiving

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I have resigned on 11th of Feb 2008 and have declared 22nd Feb 2008 as my last working day. In the meantime I have got some issues for my project from client I have resolved them and submit them on 22nd Feb 2008 and when I have asked for relieving they have asked me to extend it. I have discussed this issue with my future employer and they have suggested me to show the policy as written in there offer letter(Q3 Technologies Gurgaon). As I am on probation they can't force me to serve the notice period then I just shown them their offer letter and then they complete the No Dues Formalities and said I will get re levied on 29th Feb. When i further contacted them 25th Feb they said I will get Relieving only after acceptance of project from client and have done the same on 29th Feb 2008. They gave me my acceptance of resignation and experience letter and doesn't ready to give me relieving on due date. And they are not giving me relieving letter as promised by them even till now when I am communicating they just giving me different excuses my whole month salary and relieving letter is still due

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  • Ti
      10th of Apr, 2008
    -2 Votes

    Hi,

    I am also having experience with this, Q3 Technologies, Gurgaon and I can think that what you are suffering, They have very bad management, They don't know how to handle people, They hire people only for projects, They just wanted to make you work "25" Hours in a day and above all this company is really a ### company.

    Please please don't ever get into this company... don't think that what they are paying you at the time of joining, I tell you one thing they i'll sack you on 25th or near so that they won't have to pay you for the cureent month... you can judge yourself about this company now.. What kind of standards they are having, If the company doesn't have the capacity to feed people in bad times then Why you call people from BIG companies.. ABOVE ALL...

    IF a candidate is not having any job except Q3 technologies, Gurgaon, Then also Please don't join this ###... This is really really worst company...

    I am feeling Happy Now... :)

  • He
      27th of Apr, 2008
    -1 Votes

    Yes I am totally agree with your opinion
    Q3 Technologies Gurgaon is worst company that I have ever worked management is worst with worst type of people management they are just pulling as much work as they can and they are trying to take every hour form their employee's life for their ### works and projects. The Quality of works are too bad to acknowledge any thing and even the HR policy is too bad they just try to take full advantage of you if you are capable of giving your whole inputs and try to just drink your whole hard work without even giving you any thing. When you are leaving that company they force you to do your all works and even after that they don't give you your salary and relieving letter.

  • Ab
      29th of Apr, 2008
    +1 Votes

    Hi all

    i recently got selected in Q3 technologies, i asked couple of guys and even enquired about the environment of the company.They all had OK remarks about the firm.just then i was searching the net that i found this article posted on complaints board.

    Please advice what should i do, should i join or not

    regards
    ABC

  • Bm
      3rd of Aug, 2008
    +1 Votes

    Hi

    I totally agree with the above stmts

  • Bm
      3rd of Aug, 2008
    0 Votes

    The company is really a bull ### company..the managers are here just to take the work out of the employees as much as possible.They really take evrything out of the emloyees blood and at the tym of the appraisal they argument on the work done by the emp.They pay less as compared to the work taken by them.the company is just concerned with the billing done by the client...they just want profit even if the emloyee suffers.they people give a gud hike only ven the employee gives the resignation.they give WFM to gurls on un-necessary reasons.The Q3 mgmt is really a bull ### mgmt...

  • Ha
      25th of Sep, 2008
    -1 Votes

    well, q3 has been good in one way that i was working with fantastic client with very good manager. however, after all i did for the company (i added there hiring count), they didnt paid my salary like lot others like me. the managers are ridiculous as they look for short term gains and tht is one simple fact that they are not able to attract talent or retain them. the environment just sicks there. i dont knw whether that loud a/c still makes that sound which will make you deaf in another 2 year. all this to just save some lousy money. how low can one get when they milk there employees so much.
    if u dont have any place to go, do join them and when u leave, think that u have left a big tip to the employers...bon apetit

  • Sr
      19th of Jan, 2009
    0 Votes

    I was surprised to see a few threads on the matter of releiving from Q3 Technologies...I was associated with them for about 2 years in their Java team and had to leave because of my marriage, otherwise i would have continued. Though it took 10 to 15 days more than the specified time. I really had no issues working there. I would recommend prospective employees not to get carried away by the messages displayed in this forum.

  • Sr
      19th of Jan, 2009
    0 Votes

    sds

  • Sa
      26th of Jan, 2009
    -1 Votes

    Don't worry guys I'll send that company's manager to jail who is responsible for this kind of act. I'll hang the manager upside down and sink his head in a bucket of all people's urine who work in that company.

    I'll keep an eye on Q3 Technologies and their crap projects.

  • Ra
      14th of Mar, 2009
    0 Votes

    Hi srividya

    dont be a psychphonatic ###, try to be a reformer not a dumb ###

    licking ### wont fetch you a penny, specialy in ### place like Q3 technologies

    save your career, quit Q3

    make something out of your life or rather get a life

    Ramana

  • Ra
      14th of Mar, 2009
    0 Votes

    True ramana :)

    Defending Q3 is like defending terrorists or taliban in pakistan. You know they are wrong but still you find for excuses, such a shame srividya. Be true to yourself, you have a face to show to GOD ; be a winner, do something for yourself and your kids, stand for truth and honesty.

    destroy the evil, let the truth triumph.

    God is great, Q3 sucks

    sandeep

  • Ra
      14th of Mar, 2009
    0 Votes

    shame on srividya ...

    rajeeb

  • Je
      7th of Apr, 2009
    +2 Votes

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  • Je
      7th of Apr, 2009
    +1 Votes

    A relief pitcher or reliever is a baseball or softball pitcher who enters the game after the starting pitcher is removed due to injury, ineffectiveness, ejection from the game or fatigue. Relievers are further divided informally into closers, set-up pitchers, middle relief pitchers, left-handed specialists, long relievers, and mopup men.

    "The importance of relief pitchers has increased significantly since the 1960s. This change in mindsets can be seen by watching any major game, as well as by monitoring the salaries of such pitchers. In decades past, the relief pitcher was merely an ex-starter who came into a game upon the injury, ineffectiveness, or fatigue of the starting pitcher. The bullpen was for old starters who had lost the ability to throw effectively. Many of these pitchers would be able to flourish in this diminished role. Those such as Dennis Eckersley, as with many others, actually prolonged their diminishing careers and often sparked them to new life. The added rest to their arms as well as the lessened exposure of their abilities became an advantage many would learn to capitalize on. Facing some batters only once a season, the opposition would have greater difficulty in preparation for the game.

  • Ga
      7th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

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  • Ga
      7th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    In Major League Baseball, the Rolaids Relief Man of the Year Award, first awarded in 1976, is a distinction given to the top relief pitcher in each league at the end of each season. Unlike other honors such as the Cy Young Award or Most Valuable Player Award, the Relief Man of the Year award is based objectively on statistical performance, rather than subjective opinion.

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  • Na
      7th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    The Relief Society is a philanthropic and educational women's organization and an official auxiliary organization of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). Founded in 1842 in Nauvoo, Illinois, USA, the Relief Society today claims more than 5.2 million members in over 170 countries and territories, and is one of the oldest and largest women's organizations in the world.

  • Na
      7th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

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  • Ma
      7th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

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    The only thing to do is trade off with Cho - how hard can it be?

  • Ma
      8th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    A relief is a sculptured artwork where a modelled form is raised, or in sunken-relief lowered, from a flatish background from which the main elements of the composition project (or sink). Reliefs are common throughout the world, for example on the walls of monumental buildings. The frieze in the classical Corinthian order is often enriched with bas-relief (low relief). Alto-relievo (high-relief) may been seen in the pediments of classical temples, e.g., the Parthenon. Several panels or sections of relief together may represent a sequence of scenes.

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