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Jessica Lau
30/04/2010 00:13:21
Re: start of new job while serving last month

I will start working at new company on 15 June 2010.

I plan to tender my resignation end of May, which means, my last day with my existing firm will be on the last day of June. However, as I have some annual and replacement leave, I plan to request the company to offset it against my last month. As such, I will be able to leave my existing company earlier.

Question: Is this allowable under labor law that I join a new company while I am serving my last month in my existing firm - which is offset against my leave?
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KL Siew
pesaraonline@gmail.com
30/04/2010 08:41:18
You can do that but I suggest you have things properly worked out with your current employer to avoid misunderstanding.
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