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04/06/2010 09:55:18
Re: Probation - Confirmation

What if we are given the confirmation letter and we do not sign it? Does it mean that we are automatically confirmed or continue to be under probation or we are required to resign since we do not want to be confirmed? Under Malaysian law the employee cannot request to extend the probation but the employer can. What is the employee is not ready to be confirmed?

Kindly advise :)
Thank you.
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KL Siew
04/06/2010 16:38:17
Normally, when the employer confirms an employee, that means he is satisfied with his performance. The employee is considered confirmed and there is no need for him to acknowledge it. If an employee thinks he is not suited for the job, what he can do is to resign and find a more suitable job.
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