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10/08/2010 08:28:18

Mr.Siew, I have tender my resignation letter on 27/07/2010 and given 1 month notice , so company should pay my salary until 28/07/2010, is it correct ??
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KL Siew
10/08/2010 09:11:56
No, should be paid up to 26/7 only.
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11/08/2010 15:11:16
My company just change the regulation: All executive staff need to give 3 months notice before resignation. Is it fair? Doesn't that 3 months notice only apply to management level only?
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KL Siew
11/08/2010 16:35:01
I don't know, you have to sort that out with your HR.
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11/08/2010 21:28:06

I have submitted my resignation letter to my manager on 4th Aug 2010. As required by the terms of employment contract, i'm serving 3 months notices. The new company has proposed to buy me off for 2 months but my current company refuse to accept the compensation and insist that i have to serve until 3 months with the reason that they are unable to get the replacement on time.

I have been discussing with my manager if there's any room for discussion for the early release but they refuse to do so.

If i insist to leave after serving for 1 month and compensate 2 months to the company, will this be violating the labor law?

I stil have 14 days of annual leave, will company pay back the money for the annual leave left?

Thank you.

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