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chia tee seng
tschia_00@hotmail.com
08/06/2007 12:12:57
Re: urgent

dear Sir KL Siew, i am urgently need ur help for relevant advise..
becauz i have some private family problem need to resign in short time, he say it should not be a reason to resign,
my employer still threatening if i resign, he will take legal action against me..he is very rich and unreasonable
may i have ur contact number..can u give me a oral speech
my contact number is 016-2202761

thanks for ur helpful, pls.i really need it
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KL Siew
08/06/2007 18:19:20
Without knowing the details, I am really reluctant to give you any opinion. As advised to you earlier, you better bring along your contract of service to consult a lawyer or as least the Industrial Relations Department. At least let all of us know what is written in the contract of service and hope some of our readers will give you their opinion.
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chia tee seng
tschia_00@hotmail.com
08/06/2007 22:55:55
dear sir,
after ur consult i had ask advise from the industrial department, he introduce me to trade unino department..
i had got some of the advise from the trade union say that, i cant resign, if do so, i had breach of contract..
he suggest me to absent from working place for 2 days and let the employer dismiss me..but i am working as a sales executive..even i am absent for fews week, the employer still dont know..may i have any other method let the employer dismiss me without breach of contract..

thanks
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KL Siew
09/06/2007 08:22:45
I don't know whether that is a sound advice. Since that 'trade union department' had said that you couldn't resign, I suspect that there may be something binding you in that contract. If there is nothing in that contract and you have not done anything that the employer may want to sue you, you just give notice and resign. But still, the best way is for you to negotiate with you employer for a release. As the saying goes: to take off the bell tied to the neck of a tiger, the best person to take off the bell is the person who tied it.
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