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07/05/2008 16:35:10
Re: What is the right procedures for Lay Off?


My company will be closing down one of the dept which I am involved. My salary is above 5k.

May I know what should I expect and assume to be fair procedures by the company? I am assuming that I should be entitled:-

a) 2 months notice or salary in lieu as stated in my employee handbook termination notice by both parties.
b) Lay off benefits of 15 days since I've worked for 2 years.

Is it possible for the company to issue termination letter with either one of the above stated or without BOTH of the above stated? I am pretty confused as I am not protected under Employment Act and what regulations are there to protect me?

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KL Siew
07/05/2008 17:28:36
You may consult the Industrial Relations Department. You are protected under the Industrial Relations Act.
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