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12/01/2010 15:10:40
Re: Resignation before receiving the confirmation letter


I tender my resignation on 31 Dec. I do not received any confirmation officially or verbally from my officer. Based on that circumstances, my last day should be on 30 Jan (1 month notice). My superior accepted my resignation letter. However, yesterday (11 Jan) I received a confirmation letter dated on 5 Jan. In the letter, it was stated that I already been confirmed since 5 Nov! FYI, I'm not aware of this confirmation verbally or officially.

My question is the confirmation letter valid? Is my last day still 30 Jan?

FYI, I'm working in civil sector.

Kindly advise.
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KL Siew
12/01/2010 16:18:37
If nothing was stated otherwise, it should be 30 Jan. What do you mean by "civil sector", government employee?
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12/01/2010 16:42:01
Yes, gov employee..
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KL Siew
12/01/2010 17:18:10
For Government employees, they follow the General Order or Perintah Am. Labour law like the Employment Act is not applicable to government employees. It applies only to those in the private sector.
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