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21/04/2010 13:09:01
Re: Contract of Employment & Resignation

I have joined a company as a PA to the CEO in April. I am not happy in this company as I am expected to do things out of my scope of work. For example, going to his home to 'check' to see if its ok. Last week i was asked to go to the house to take clothes to the laundry. I am also expected to hold a set of house keys in case i need to go over to do stuff. My working hours are 9am to 6pm but the employees are expected to stay back late to work almost everyday, even if the work can be continued tomorrow.

My contract of employment states that should i resign, my notice period while on probation is 1mth. However, there is no statement of payment of notice in lieu in the event of short notice given.

My question is, should i resign within 24 hrs, the company still cannot demand that i pay the 1mth wages for short notice as it is not mentioned in the contract, am I right to say so?
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KL Siew
21/04/2010 14:20:18
Since the notice period is one month, you have to give one month's notice. If you were to give 24 hours notice, you will have to pay a month's salary as indemnity .
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