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Veron
28/05/2011 12:25:50
Re: New contract

Dear Mr.Siew,
My company want all staff to sign new contract so that when staff resign must give 3mnth notice if not have pay company 3mnth salary (all staff salary from Rm 2,500 to Rm6,000.) because it happened staff resign without giving notice and given letter resign after received 1st mnth salary they didn't come to work and hand over their work to company staff ( all staff must give 2mnth notice their job is engineer and technician ) now all staff refuse to sign the contract, even the new staff which just join this mnth. What happened if company all staff resign? What must company do to protect the company.(all staff are ... )
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KL Siew
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28/05/2011 14:38:03
Is your MD doing anything about it?
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Veron
29/05/2011 13:09:01
Dear Mr. Siew,
My MD consult our secretary company ,they advices MD if they refuse then give them 1mnth notice teminal.( if you don't sign then u hv to resign, now they refuse resign neither sign)
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KL Siew
29/05/2011 15:11:21
Then you can ask your MD what you should do now.
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Veron
29/05/2011 22:27:05
Dear Mr. Siew,
My MD wants to terminate who refuse to sign neither resign by giving them 1mnth notice is it against the law. Thanks.
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Eileen Tan
29/05/2011 22:31:46
Hi how bout if my company does not require us to sign the new contract but inform us by email that we should give 3 months notice to resign, but originally our signed contract only require us to give 1 month notice. Can we ignore this new rule, as we forced to obey it without our consent?
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KL Siew
30/05/2011 08:56:34
Hi Veron, seriously, if all of them refuse to sign, are you going to terminate all of them and close shop? The matter does not just end there after that. There will be plenty of court cases for the company to fight and may lose. I think the matter be dealt with calmly. The company should have discussion with the employees to solve the problems and not act too hastily. If discussions cannot solve the problem, you can always enlist the help of the local Industrial Relations Department.

Eileen, Veron's case may be quite similar to yours. All of you can try to call for a meeting and discuss with the management about the change and see what will happen.
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