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GAN
14/09/2009 14:46:32
Re: Resignation Letter

Dear CK

Thanks for your reply. How if she didn't sign any agreement? Does she allowed to give 24 hours Notice or may be 1 week notice? She has working there about 9-10 yeras. How if in the confirmation letter have stated that she have to give 1month notice? If she give them 24 hour notice, is there any action will be taken against her?

Thanks.
Gan
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CK
ckkong.my@gmail.com
15/09/2009 01:21:03
Although she didn't sign any agreement with the company, the EPF and SOCSO contribution are good enough to prove her employment with the company. Note that the notice period for resignation by Employment Act shall prevail in any ambiguous case.

If she insists to give 24 hour notice, she will have to pay 1 month salary in lieu. Or, she may try to negotiate with the management.
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CK
ckkong.my@gmail.com
15/09/2009 01:28:46
According to Employment Act, the notice period for resignation for employment of 5 years and above is 2 months. Therefore, 1 month notice has actually been discounted for your case.
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expat
15/09/2009 15:49:17
@ CK

As you stated above, that 5yrs above will resign within 2 months notice and below 5yrs is 1 month notice. Do the company have right to choose there period of notice? It because in my contract it was stated there that I must give 2 mos. notice prior i resign , I thought it is the standard here in Malaysia.

Thanks.
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CK
ckkong.my@gmail.com
15/09/2009 16:41:28
The notice period for resignation by Employment Act shall prevail in any ambiguous case. However, every company has the rights to practise its own HR policy. Therefore, usually the notice period for resignation stated on the letter of appointment / employee handbook prevail over Employment Act's.
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