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sharon
25/10/2007 14:04:16
Re: Resignation

Hi, I have question I already submit my resignation by mail on 11/10/07 to my manager at oversea. Actually me still at the probation period, but in the offer letter they only say if i want to resign need give them 2 months notice.
I have received the HR manager call regards my resignation but not my project manager.
My concern is my last day suppose to be 11/12/07 if follow their procedure. But if till my last day they said they they did not received or approve my resign. Is it I can go also on 11/12/07?
Thanks for reply.
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KL Siew
25/10/2007 15:01:13
Consult your HR manager if you have any doubt.
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sharon
25/10/2007 16:14:45
Dear KL Siew,

Thanks your reply.
Actually my current company is oversea company. They just establish here.
So they are not sure about our country law.
My HR malaysia advice me to get the black and write from my manager that he received my mail or tell me my last day.

Is it necessary? Because recently have one of the colleague left , and the last day HR said they did not get the notice.

Thanks for reply.
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KL Siew
25/10/2007 17:38:06
Since you have a HR department here, they should be the ones dealing with hiring, termination of service, payment of salary and so on. Rightly your notice should be given to the HR here. Otherwise they will say notice was not received, just like your colleages. In fact they should be the one to inform the oversea company that you have resigned.
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sharon
25/10/2007 17:56:58
Dear KL Siew,

Thanks your reply.

Actually today I forward the email that I sent to my project manager on 11/10/07 to my HR malaysia since my project manager did not inform HR here. But HR at oversea already knew it.

Is it this means that I inform already? So if they do the same thing to me as the colleague I mention above I can ignore and leave right?


Thanks again.
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KL Siew
25/10/2007 20:19:11
Don't take things for granted. You better have a confirmation from your HR here that your email has been received. It is not so much of your right to leave, it is about your salary. You don't want them to withhold your salary by saying that you did not give the required notice and want to withhold your salary as indemity.
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sharon
26/10/2007 09:24:05
Dear KL Siew,

How to get the confirm from Malaysia HR by mail that they receive my resignation letter?

I send my resignation to HR malaysia yesterday.
I get this reply
From HR Malaysia:
If that is the case, you need to get project manager acceptance for ur resignation asap or it will just delay without any confirmation

So like this can prove that HR malaysia receive already?


Thanks again.
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KL Siew
26/10/2007 10:44:40
As the HR in Malaysia has given you a reply, I think that's good enough. If the Project managr chooses to keep quiet, what can you do. Go when the notice period is up. You can consult the Labour Departmet or Industrial Relations Dept for an official opinion, that will be better.
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sharon
26/10/2007 11:13:35
Thanks for your patiently and detail reply.
Good day.
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