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Jess
jess_ole@yahoo.com
02/03/2009 17:07:03
Re: Resignation - short notice & unpaid leave calculation

Dear Sir / Madam,

We have an employee, he has tendered his resignation on 20th Jan 2009. He wishes to work till 13th Feb 2009. He took 2 days unpaid leave on 4th Feb 2009 & 13th Feb 2009. Assuming his monthly salary is RM1750.

Please advise the amount deduction for short notice & 2 days unpaid leave.

Thank you in advance for your kind assistance.
Jess
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Andra
02/03/2009 17:18:18
what is the notice period required?
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jeess
jess_ole@yahoo.com
02/03/2009 17:54:41
One month notice.
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jess
jess_ole@yahoo.com
03/03/2009 07:54:48
Dear Sir / Madam,

additional information:
- 1 month notice
- joined 3/3/2008
- 1 day balance annual leave

Thanks & best regards,
Jess
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jess
jess_ole@yahoo.com
05/03/2009 12:08:27
Hi KL Siew,

Could you please guide me on this.

Thanks!
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KL Siew
06/03/2009 08:40:45
So, short notice is from 13 to 19 Feb = 7 days, correct or not?
No pay leave on 4 Feb = 1 days
Balance of annual leave = 1 days (off set it with the 1 days no pay leave, OK?)
So you may deduct 7 days salary from his salary calculated up to 12 Feb. (You are the one only know how much salary due to him up to 12 Feb.) Will this be OK?
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Jess
jess_ole@yahoo.com
09/03/2009 09:45:44
Thanks KL Siew.

So, the deduction of the short notice should be calculated based on the total number of the particular month?

i.e. Basic pay devided by 28 days (Feb 2009) x 7 days of short notice.

1750 / 28 days x 7 days = RM437.50. am I right?
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jess
jess_ole@yahoo.com
09/03/2009 10:59:39
Thanks KL Siew.

1) So, the deduction of the short notice should be calculated based on the total number of the particular month?
i.e. Basic pay devided by 28 days (Feb 2009) x 7 days of short notice.
1750 / 28 days x 7 days = RM437.50. am I right?

2) Please confirm again on Annual leave off-set with unpaid leave?
a) Balance annual leave (allowance) calculation will be based on ordinary rate of pay that is monthly basic salary/26 days = 1 day annual leave pay
b) unpaid leave (deduction) will be calculated based on the total number of particular month, i.e. monthly basic salary/28 days = 1 day unpaid leave.
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KL Siew
10/03/2009 18:17:49
1. Your calculation is correct.

2. I see what you mean. Then you may pay the difference if you don't mind.

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jess
jess_ole@yahoo.com
10/03/2009 18:32:51
Dear KL Siew, Thanks a lot!
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Jeann
05/11/2009 17:06:52
In the first place, how come u granted the UPL when there's AL balance.... hmm..
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