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Chin
capricorn_koo@hotmail.com
17/07/2008 15:50:49
Re: Termination

hi,
hope someone can advise me in this case.

i have one worker who working eight days and ninth day gave company resign letter.
sixth and seventh days are on sick leave.

now my company do not want to pay him due to he had signed on job application form stated :
salary / wages should be given provided that seven days continuously contribution is carried out by employee.

it is legal if company no pay him the salary?


Thank you and have a nice day.

Regards,
- Chin -
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KL Siew
kl_siew@yahoo.com
17/07/2008 19:46:53
If he had resigned after working for 8 days, then don't pay him anything.
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Chin
18/07/2008 09:00:04
Thank you for replied.

any employment act that company will be offence?

do any other comment i can argue with this workers?

we have told him due to never working continuously seven days we do not need to pay him, but he said last two days he had MC.

Thanks again :)

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KL Siew
18/07/2008 09:04:43
In fact he has left the employment without giving any notice. You withhold his salary and sick leave pay as indemnity.
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Chin
18/07/2008 09:34:58
He did gave resign notice at his ninety day for only working eight days with sixth and seventh day were sick leave.
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CHIN
18/07/2008 09:42:37
sorry, amendment, NINTH DAY...
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