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vic
14/02/2011 16:52:00
Re: Resignation / Notice Period / Annual Leave

i have been with my current company for 2 years.
our annual leave is 12 days.
i want to leave the company but i have to serve 1 month notice.
i thought i can use my balance leave from last year (4 days) + my leave for this year (12 days) meaning to say i only have to serve 14 days notice.
Is that what you mean in Section 60E(1)(a)?
Sorry i find it a bit hard to understand.

However i was informed by my HR that we will only be given 1 day annual leave each month. Only by December, we will have full 12 days if we do not take any leave at all throughout the year. Meaning as of this year February, i only have 2 days leave. [and another 4 days from 2010]

What should i do? appreciate your advise.
thank u.
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vic
Resignation / Notice Period / Annual Leave
14/02/2011 17:13:54
sorry typo abit
this is the re-type

i have been with my current company for 2 years.
our annual leave is 12 days.
i want to leave the company but i have to serve 1 month notice.
i thought i can use my balance leave from last year (4 days) + my leave for this year (12 days) to offset the 30 days notice. Meaning i thought i only have to serve 14 days notice (after deducting the 16 days leave i have)
Is that what you mean in Section 60E(1)(a)?
Sorry i find it a bit hard to understand.

However i was informed by my HR that we will only be given 1 day annual leave each month. Only by December 2011, we will have full 12 days if we do not take any leave at all throughout the year. Meaning as of February 2011, i only have 2 days leave for 2011. [and another 4 days from 2010]

What should i do? appreciate your advise.
thank u.
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KL Siew
pesaraonline@gmail.com
14/02/2011 20:24:56
First you must give one month notice and then you may offset with the available leave you still have. As to the exact number of days of leave you still have, you will have to sort it out with your HR.
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