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Lee
12/10/2010 10:24:11
Re: Resignatino Notice

Dear Siew,

I tendered my resignation on with 1 mth notice and my last working is fall on Sunday & my employer asked me to work on next following day (Monday) to compensate the Sunday.

Is this correct? TQ
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busybody
12/10/2010 12:37:54

Not correct! Your last 'working' day is still on that Sunday.
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KHT
Buying off notice period
12/10/2010 12:49:20
Dear Siew,
Hi, I have just joined a new company recently. On the 1st day report to work, HR told me that I have to pay back the amount that use to buy off my noticed period if I resign within 6 months. HR had requested me to sign on the agreement as well. Finally I have no choice and just sign it.

I have to serve 3 months noticed after resigned from previous company but current employer requested me to start as earliest as possible and never mentioned the condition in my official offer letter .

I feel it is unfair to me because it didnít be mentioned in the offer letter and the amount is being paid to previous company but not me.

Is it reasonable?
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KL Siew
pesaraonline@gmail.com
12/10/2010 15:34:03
KHT From what you have said, am I right to understand that your new company only wants to pay back the amount that they used to buy you off if you resign within 6 months? If so, what is so unreasonable about that?
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KHT
12/10/2010 16:28:51
I'm thinking it should be stated in the offer letter or else it should be informed before I join, isn't it?
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KL Siew
12/10/2010 16:51:51
Since you have signed it and six months period is not that long, so be it. There is nothing to say they cannot do that.
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KHT
12/10/2010 21:21:26
my concern is what if I feel I cant suit the company and resign within 6 months. Furthermore, my point of view is, they company should inform me in the offer letter or any in written doc. in advance (before i join the company).
I earned nothing from the buy off amount, if I know I need to pay back, better then i choose to serve previous company until my resignation notice completed.
I believe the new company have misconduct their right.
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KL Siew
12/10/2010 21:56:29
In that case, why not get legal advice from a lawyer?
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Lee
15/10/2010 16:22:45
Is my last day still remained on Sunday? or require to replace?
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