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Chuah Kean Boon
danny83vs84@hotmail.com
17/07/2008 13:15:28
Re: Resign with 2 weeks notice

I will like you to advise me the resignation law . I'm now working in a travel agencies for 3yrs ++ and the salary very low . Now i manage to find other travel agency which is salary much higher than the current company . So can i resign with 1 or 2 week notice . My current company still havent issue any confirm letter for me even i work about 3yrs ++ but i already registered as an EPF worker .. Kindly pls reply to me ASAP !!! .

Thanks.
Mr Chuah
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KL Siew
kl_siew@yahoo.com
17/07/2008 15:05:43
If your current salary is less than 1500, you will have to give 4 weeks notice or 4 week salary if you resign immediately. If you give 2 weeks notice, you will have to pay another 2 weeks salary in lieu.
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Chuah Kean Boon
danny83vs84@hotmail.com
17/07/2008 15:15:44
But i didnt sign any confirmation letter yet . Still have to give notice and pay salary ar ?
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KL Siew
17/07/2008 19:43:56
Yes, you have to. But you can try your luck by asking your employer whether he will let you go with only 1 or 2 weeks notice. If he agrees, well and good.
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Chuah Kean Boon
danny83vs84@hotmail.com
18/07/2008 11:01:41
If i straight away leave that company without notice what will happen ? Lets say the sue me in court , how much i need to pay ?
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KL Siew
18/07/2008 14:04:23
If there is nothing in your contract of service about notice period for termination of service, then you will have to pay 4 weeks salary as indemnity if you leave without giving notice.
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