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02/06/2009 12:39:09
Re: Resignation....

Dear Sir/Madam,

I still under probation for 6 months. I would like to tender my resignation. They need at least 1 month notice. Can i request for 1 weeks notice?

Kindly advise.

Thanks & best regards,
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KL Siew
02/06/2009 13:44:39
You should ask your employer whether he will agree to your request. If not, you have to give a month notice.
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Andrew S
02/06/2009 13:47:54
My opinion: employment contract. If its stated one month, then you are require to give one month notice. However you can appeal and subject to the management approval.
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03/06/2009 16:17:26
You have to look at your offer letter or your Terms & Conditions of employment. If it stated that you are required to give a one-month notice to resign, you have to serve the Company for the whole notice period. There is no harm in requesting the company the waive the notice period. It is the discretion of the company whether to waive or not. May be the company required you to pay the salary in-lieu of your notice or you request your new employer to settle it.

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