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Helen
08/02/2010 15:46:25
Re: Resignation with short notice

Hi Sir,
Few questions:

1. I had submitted my resignation on 29th Jan 2010 and clearly stated due to circumstances out of my control i need to resign with one month notice (2 months notice is standard). My superior had signed and approved my resignation letter on the same day (29th Jan 2010) then he submitted to HR department on that day also. So does it means i can leave with one month notice and no need to pay for the March salary?

2. HR dept told me that if it is two monthsnotice then the last day is on 29th March 2010, is this right? When should be the last day and follow what regulation?
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KL Siew
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08/02/2010 18:01:20
You will have to pay one month's salary as indemnity for the one month short notice if you decided not to work until 29th March.
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Helen
09/02/2010 10:04:18
More clarification on the letter i submitted, my superior had signed and approved my resign with one month notice in "black and white" then why should i pay one month's salary as indemnity since he already accepted and approved it?
If i need to pay for one month short notice, should i pay until 28th March or 29th March? Can i balance off with my 8 days annual leave? Am i entitle for annual leave on March 2010?
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KL Siew
09/02/2010 11:24:33
I still think the best way is to have it sorted out amicably with your HR.
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Helen
11/02/2010 11:45:28
Dear Sir,

Do you think that i have the right to take legal action against the company through lawyer on the statement that "i need to resign with one month notice" because the superior had approved it in black and white but the situation now is i need to pay for March salary? HR agrument is that because i didn't stated in black and white that request for waiver on the following month.
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