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chy
aipng.choy@yahoo.com
06/08/2010 21:52:29
Re: unpaid leave / bond

I have taken my unpaid leave for 1 month after my maternity leave to take care my premature baby( 1.2 kg). Actually i have a bond with my companyfor 5 years, i need to give my complsary service to my company for 5 years. Do i need to compensate the 1 month unpaid leave to my company if i resigned after serving 5 years.

Appreciate your advice .

thank you
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KL Siew
pesaraonline@gmail.com
07/08/2010 09:59:00
You mean to say you have to serve 5 years plus 1 month or pay one month salary because of the one month no pay leave? If that is the case, I can't comment as I really don't know how the bond works. As for continuity of service, I think the one month of no pay leave should not be deemed as break in the 5 years of service.
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choy
aipng.choy@yahoo.com
07/08/2010 13:30:55
my previous HR maneger told me i no need to serve for 5 plus1 month,.
but now is new HR maneger, she said i need to work 5 plus 1 month. if not i need to pay 1 month salary.. but in no pay leave i already no pay. I really don't know what happen to them. Not given me any letter to stated that their withold my bond.
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KL Siew
07/08/2010 14:20:13
You can surely sort that out I suppose. Discuss the issue with your MD or CEO. Let them give their views.
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choy
aipng.choy@yahoo.com
07/08/2010 15:09:27
1.i see my CEO and my new HR maneger yesterday, they want me to serve the 5 plus 1 month. Are the i month unpaid leave is break contract? if yes, why they not give me any notice?
My bond is RM 60k, if i break the contract i need to pay them RM60k not 1 month salary.

2. I already finish my 5 years contract/bond (18/3/2005 -18/9/2010) the extra 6 month is my company sent me go to study then they break my contract . I give them 8 weeks resign notice (21/7/10) and satated my last working date is 18/9/10. Now my company want me to take back my resign letter and change my last working date to 18/10/10 and pay back them 1 month salary to mean that i'm given them short resgin notice.

Is this the correct way they do for me?

thank you

choy
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KL Siew
07/08/2010 16:23:17
If you choose to fight, the best you can do is to see a lawyer and get some legal advice on the next course of action.
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choy
aipng.choy@yahoo.com
07/08/2010 19:49:43
thank you.
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