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Mr. annonymous
17/12/2011 11:39:25
Re: Wanted to resign, but bonded to my company

im working in a new call centre which will be going live soon. But the company always make empty promises, this really makes me fed up with the company. I wanted to resign, but i was bonded to the company. During the interview, the company offer my working days is 5+2 which mean work 5 days rest 2 days. However, before going live, the company announced the working days change to 6+2. I felt being cheated and plan to resign. If I resign, I have to pay for the penalty? Because it did not stated clearly in the contract
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KL Siew
klsiew,my@gmail.com
17/12/2011 13:06:13
If you don't working there, what you can do is to give notice and resign
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Mr. annonymous
17/12/2011 13:39:27
but i bonded there. if resign is it really have to pay the penalty?
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KL Siew
17/12/2011 16:24:14
You have to read up the bond about the penalty. If you are worried, you better consult a lawyer by showing the him the bond.
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Mr. annonymous
18/12/2011 12:48:53
Can i bring along my contract to the labour office and ask? If the company sue me, most probably i will lose right?
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KL Siew
18/12/2011 15:51:29
You can but they may also advise you to see a lawyer.
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Mr. annonymous
18/12/2011 22:57:50
Thanks for your info. Is there any lawyer at the office there? Because as i know, if consult a lawyer outside is quite costly?
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KL Siew
19/12/2011 09:35:16
Then try the Legal Aids Bureau (Biro Bantuan Guaman), a government department. Check it out in the internet for details.
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Mr. annonymous
19/12/2011 16:44:12
Thanks for your info!!!
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