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wei
qt2w@hotmail.com
26/06/2009 22:05:12
Re: need urgently reply

i been verbally informed by the company and want me to leave within 2 mths time, without giving me any written notice and pay. After 3 weeks, I been told again and want me to make decision whether want to accept and transfer me to another position. Do i have the right to reject? If I reject, what else can I do if I don't want to resign myself?
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KL Siew
kl_siew@yahoo.com
26/06/2009 22:14:07
Just tell them to terminate your service instead of your resigning.
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wei
27/06/2009 09:30:51
In my contract, it was clearly stated company can transfer me from one position to another. If i reject, isn't it my fault? Mean company can said that i'm not following their rules? Any difference between resign myself or company terminate me? If company decide to terminate me, isn't they should give me a written notice instead of verbally?
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KL Siew
27/06/2009 09:58:37
Since there is a transfer clause, you better make up your mind to accept the transfer or not. If you don't want the transfer and also don't want to resign on your own, just let the company take the necessary action against you. But first, tell your company to give you something in writing first before you give your decision. If they don't want to give, just stay put and do your work as usual as if nothing has happened.
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wei
27/06/2009 10:20:00
I been told there was no more my job roles in the company. What are the possible necessary action company might take? You mean they will give me a warning letter before the terminate letter? What sort of letter i need the company written for me, isn't the new job roles offer but I still yet to settle my current job role (as stated in the appointment letter when join the company)? If company really give me an offer letter for new job role, what should I do?
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KL Siew
27/06/2009 15:07:47
I really don't know what your company will do. Whatever, you have to make your own decision.
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