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shareenssc@msn.com
01/04/2008 14:44:20
Re: confirmation letter

my husband began to work in 01/08/07, without appointment letter or offer letter. when 3 months passed by, no confirmation letter either. when asked about salary increament and annual leave, they said that none of both, because his pay is based on commission (got basic salary also). is it right for them to say so? if want to resign, have to give 1 month notice, or 24 hours notice?
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KL Siew
kl_siew@yahoo.com
01/04/2008 16:52:26
His employer may not be right in what he is doing. For resignation, he has to give a month notice. Consult the Labour Department if necessary.
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